Works read by David Hayman

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  1. David Hayman

    A Fragment

    “Green grow the rashes O ...”

    A song written in 1786 and performed by David Hayman

  2. David Hayman

    A Toast. Lines on the Commemoration of Rodney's Victory

    “Instead of a song, boys, I'll give you a toast ...”

    A poem written in 1793 and performed by David Hayman

  3. David Hayman

    Epistle to Captain William Logan at Park

    “Hail, thairm-inspirin, rattlin Willie! ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by David Hayman

  4. David Hayman

    Lines To An Old Sweetheart

    “Once fondly lov'd, and still rememb'red dear ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by David Hayman

  5. David Hayman

    On the death of Echo, a Lap-dog

    “In wood and wild, ye warbling throng ...”

    An epitaph written in 1793 and performed by David Hayman

  6. Eileen McCallum

    Tam Samson's Elegy

    “Has auld Kilmarnock seen the Deil? ...”

    An elegy written in 1786 and performed by David Hayman and Eileen McCallum

  7. David Hayman

    The Heron Ballads : John Bushby's Lamentation

    “'Twas in the seventeen hunder year ...”

    A song performed by David Hayman

  8. David Hayman

    The Lament. Occasioned by the Unfortunate Issue of a Friend's Amour

    “O thou pale orb that silent shines ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by David Hayman

  9. David Hayman

    The Lass o' Liviston

    “The bonny lass o' Liviston ...”

    A poem performed by David Hayman

  10. David Hayman

    The Lovely Lass o' Inverness

    “The luvely Lass o' Inverness ...”

    A song written in 1794 and performed by David Hayman

  11. David Hayman

    The Patriarch

    “As honest Jacob on a night ...”

    A song performed by David Hayman

  12. David Hayman

    To Miss Logan

    “Again the silent wheels of time ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by David Hayman

  13. David Hayman

    Verses written on a window of the Inn at Carron

    “We cam' na here to view your warks ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by David Hayman

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