Works read by Stuart McQuarrie

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  1. Stuart McQuarrie

    A Fragment [On Glenriddel's Fox breaking his chain]

    “Thou, Liberty, thou art my theme; ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  2. Stuart McQuarrie

    Epistle to John Ranken

    “O rough, rude, ready-witted Rankine ...”

    An epistle written in 1784 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  3. Stuart McQuarrie

    Fairest Maid on Devon Banks

    “Fairest maid on Devon banks ...”

    A song written in 1795 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  4. Stuart McQuarrie

    Fragment [Now health forsakes that angel face]

    “Now health forsakes that angel face ...”

    A poem performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  5. Stuart McQuarrie

    My Ain Kind Dearie

    “I'll lay thee o'er the lee-rig ...”

    A song performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  6. Stuart McQuarrie

    My Lady's gown there's gairs upon't

    “My lady's gown there's gairs upon't ...”

    A song written in 1787 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  7. Stuart McQuarrie

    O May thy morn

    “O May, thy morn was ne'er sae sweet ...”

    A song written in 1791 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  8. Stuart McQuarrie

    Our gudewife's sae modest

    “Our gudewife's sae modest ...”

    A song performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  9. Alex Norton

    Reply to Robert Riddell [Robert Burns]

    “Dear Bard ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie and Alex Norton

  10. Stuart McQuarrie

    The Inventory

    “Sir, as your mandate did request ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  11. Stuart McQuarrie

    The Posie

    “O luve will venture in where it daur na weel be seen ...”

    A song written in 1792 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  12. Stuart McQuarrie

    To Mr S Mackenzie

    “The friend who wild from Wisdom's way ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  13. Stuart McQuarrie

    When she cam ben she bobbed

    “O when she cam ben she bobbed fu' law ...”

    A song written in 1792 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

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