Works read by Stella Gonet

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  1. Paul Higgins

    Ae Fond Kiss

    “Ae fond kiss and then we sever ...”

    A song written in 1791 and performed by Stella Gonet and Paul Higgins

  2. Stella Gonet

    English Song

    “Forlorn, my Love, no comfort near ...”

    A song written in 1795 and performed by Stella Gonet

  3. Stella Gonet

    Impromptu On Mrs Riddell's Birthday, 4th November 1793

    “Old Winter, with his frosty beard ...”

    A poem written in 1793 and performed by Stella Gonet

  4. Stella Gonet

    Monody on Maria

    “How cold is that bosom which folly once fired ...”

    A poem written in 1794 and performed by Stella Gonet

  5. Stella Gonet

    My Nanie's Awa

    “Now in her green mantle blithe Nature arrays ...”

    A song written in 1794 and performed by Stella Gonet

  6. Stella Gonet

    On Gabriel Richardson

    “Here brewer Gabriel's fire's extinct ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by Stella Gonet

  7. Stella Gonet

    On John McMurdo

    “Blest be M'Murdo to his latet day! ...”

    A poem written in 1793 and performed by Stella Gonet

  8. Stella Gonet

    Sketch New Year's Day. To Mrs Dunlop

    “This day, Time winds th' exhausted chain ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Stella Gonet

  9. Stella Gonet

    Sketch. Inscribed to the Right Hon. Ch. J. Fox Esq.

    “How Wisdom and Folly meet, mix, and unite ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Stella Gonet

  10. Stella Gonet

    To Miss Graham of Fintry

    “Here, where the Scotish Muse immortal lives ...”

    A poem written in 1794 and performed by Stella Gonet

  11. Brian Cox

    To a Mouse

    “Wee sleekit cow'rintim'rous beastie ...”

    A poem written in 1785 and performed by Stella Gonet and Brian Cox

  12. Stella Gonet

    Will ye na can ye na let me be

    “There liv'd a wife in Whistle-cockpen ...”

    A poem performed by Stella Gonet

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