Works read by Derek Riddell

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  1. Derek Riddell

    A Tale

    “'T was where the birch and sounding thong are plyed ...”

    A poem performed by Derek Riddell

  2. Derek Riddell

    Comin' O'er the Hills o' Coupar

    “Donald Brodie met a lass ...”

    A song performed by Derek Riddell

  3. Derek Riddell

    Delia

    “Fair the face of orient day ...”

    A poem performed by Derek Riddell

  4. Derek Riddell

    Epitaph

    “Lo worms enjoy the seat of bliss ...”

    An epitaph performed by Derek Riddell

  5. Derek Riddell

    Fragment

    “Her flowing locks, the raven's wing ...”

    A poem performed by Derek Riddell

  6. Derek Riddell

    O Saw ye bonie Lesley

    “O saw ye bonie Lesley ...”

    A song written in 1792 and performed by Derek Riddell

  7. Derek Riddell

    O saw ye my Maggie

    “Saw ye my Maggie? ...”

    A song performed by Derek Riddell

  8. Derek Riddell

    Scroggam

    “There was a wife wonn'd in Cockpen, ...”

    A song performed by Derek Riddell

  9. Derek Riddell

    The Heron Ballads : The Election : A New Song

    “Fy, let us a' to Kirkcudbright, ...”

    A song written in 1795 and performed by Derek Riddell

  10. Derek Riddell

    The Jolly Gauger

    “There was a jolly gauger, a gauging he did ride, ...”

    A song performed by Derek Riddell

  11. Derek Riddell

    The Ordination

    “Kilmarnock Wabsters, fidge an' claw ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Derek Riddell

  12. Derek Riddell

    To Ruin

    “All hail! inexorable lord! ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Derek Riddell

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