Works with a theme of friendship (68)

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  1. Daniela Nardini

    A Verse composed and repeated by Burns

    “When death's dark stream I ferry o'er, ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by Daniela Nardini

  2. Gerry Mulgrew

    A dedication to Gavin Hamilton Esq

    “Expect na, sir, in this narration ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Gerry Mulgrew

  3. Laura Fraser

    At Whigham's Inn, Sanquhar

    “Envy, if thy jaundiced eye ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Laura Fraser

  4. Denis Lawson

    Auld Lang Syne

    “Should auld acquaintance be forgot, ...”

    A song written in 1788 and performed by Denis Lawson

  5. Alan Cumming

    Come Rede Me Dame

    “Come rede me dame,come tell me, dame ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Alan Cumming

  6. John Shedden

    Contented wi little

    “Contented wi' little, and cantie wi' mair ...”

    A song written in 1794 and performed by John Shedden

  7. Paul Young

    Dumfries Epigrams

    “Copland faithful likeness, friend Painter, would'st seize? ...”

    An epigram written in 1794 and performed by Paul Young

  8. Simon Tait

    Epigram on Captain Francis Grose, The Celebrated Antiquary

    “The devil got notice that Grose was a-dying ...”

    An epigram written in 1790 and performed by Simon Tait

  9. Ralph Riach

    Epistle To A Young Friend

    “I Lang hae thought, my youthfu' friend ...”

    An epistle written in 1786 and performed by Ralph Riach

  10. David Rintoul

    Epistle To J. Lapraik

    “While briers an' woodbines budding green ...”

    An epistle written in 1785 and performed by David Rintoul

  11. Paul Higgins

    Epistle from a Taylor to Robert Burns

    “What waefu' news is this I hear ...”

    An epistle written in 1786 and performed by Paul Higgins

  12. David Hayman

    Epistle to Captain William Logan at Park

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

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by David Hayman

  13. Denis Lawson

    Epistle to Dr Blacklock

    “Wow, but your letter made me vauntie ...”

    An epistle written in 1789 and performed by Denis Lawson

  14. Gerry Carruthers

    Epistle to James Smith

    “Dear Smith, the sleest, pawkie thief ...”

    An epistle written in 1786 and performed by Gerry Carruthers

  15. Stuart McQuarrie

    Epistle to John Ranken

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

    An epistle written in 1784 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  16. John Gordon Sinclair

    Epitaph For William Nicol

    “Ye maggots, feed on Nicol's brain ...”

    An epitaph written in 1788 and performed by John Gordon Sinclair

  17. John Gordon Sinclair

    Epitaph On Robert Muir

    “What man could esteem, or what what woman could love ...”

    An epitaph written in 1784 and performed by John Gordon Sinclair

  18. Elaine C Smith

    Epitaph for Robert Aiken Esq;

    “Know thou, O stranger to the fame ...”

    An epitaph written in 1786 and performed by Elaine C Smith

  19. Barbara Rafferty

    Epitaph. Here lies Robert Fergusson, Poet

    “No sculptur'd marble here, nor pompous lay, ...”

    An epitaph written in 1787 and performed by Barbara Rafferty

  20. John Shedden

    Extempore epistle to Mr McAdam of Craigengillan

    “Sir, o'er a gill I gat your card, ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by John Shedden

  21. Tam Dean Burn

    Extempore to Mr Gavin Hamilton

    “To you, sir, this summons I've sent ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Tam Dean Burn

  22. Shirley Henderson

    Grace after Meat

    “O Thou in whom we live and move ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Shirley Henderson

  23. Paul Higgins

    Gudeen to you kimmer

    “Gudeen to you kimmer ...”

    A song performed by Paul Higgins

  24. 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

  25. Simon Tait

    Ken ye ought o' Captain Grose?

    “Ken ye ought o' Captain Grose? ...”

    A song written in 1790 and performed by Simon Tait

  26. Hannah Gordon

    Lament For The Absence Of William Creech, Publisher

    “Auld chuckie Reekie's sair distrest, ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by Hannah Gordon

  27. Gary Lewis

    Letter to James Tennant, Glenconner

    “Auld com'rade dear and brither sinner ...”

    An epistle written in 1786 and performed by Gary Lewis

  28. 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

  29. Dougray Scott

    Lines sent to Sir John Whiteford, of Whiteford, Bart

    “Thou, they honour a thou God rever'st ...”

    A song written in 1791 and performed by Dougray Scott

  30. Stella Gonet

    Monody on Maria

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

    A poem written in 1794 and performed by Stella Gonet

  31. Gary Lewis

    On Findlater

    “The Exciseman and the Gentleman in One ...”

    An epitaph performed by Gary Lewis

  32. John Bett

    On Jessy Lewars

    “Talk not to me of savages ...”

    A poem written in 1796 and performed by John Bett

  33. Stella Gonet

    On John McMurdo

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

    A poem written in 1793 and performed by Stella Gonet

  34. Hannah Gordon

    On The Late Captain Grose's Peregrinations Thro' Scotland

    “Hear, Land o' Cakes, and brither Scots, ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Hannah Gordon

  35. Blythe Duff

    On a Scotch Bard Gone to the West Indies

    “A' ye wha live by sowps o' drink ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Blythe Duff

  36. Dawn Steele

    On the death of John M'Leod, Esq.

    “Sad thou tale, thou idle page ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by Dawn Steele

  37. Cal Macaninch

    Poem addressed to Mr Mitchell, Collector of Excise, Dumfries

    “Friend o' the Poet, tried and leal ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by Cal Macaninch

  38. Elaine C Smith

    Poor Mailie's Elegy

    “Lament in rhyme, lament in prose ...”

    An elegy written in 1783 and performed by Elaine C Smith

  39. Alison Peebles

    Rattlin' Roarin' Willie

    “O Rattlin, roarin Willie ...”

    A song written in 1788 and performed by Alison Peebles

  40. Clare Grogan

    Sandy and Jockie

    “Twa bony lads were Sandy and Jockie ...”

    A song written in 1790 and performed by Clare Grogan

  41. David Rintoul

    Scotch Drink

    “Let other poets raise a fracas ...”

    A poem written in 1785 and performed by David Rintoul

  42. David Rintoul

    Second Epistle To J. Lapraik

    “While new-ca'd kye rowte at the stake ...”

    An epistle written in 1785 and performed by David Rintoul

  43. Ian McDiarmid

    Second Epistle to Davie

    “I'm three times doubly o'er your debtor ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Ian McDiarmid

  44. Phyllida Law

    Sketch for an Elegy

    “Craigdarroch, fam'd for speaking art ...”

    An elegy written in 1788 and performed by Phyllida Law

  45. Simon Donald

    Sylvander to Clarinda

    “When dear Clarinda, matchless fair ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by Simon Donald

  46. Brian Cox

    Tam o' Shanter

    “When chapman billies leave the street ...”

    A poem written in 1790 and performed by Brian Cox

  47. Tom Fleming

    The Auld Farmer's New-Year-Morning Salutation To His Auld Mare, Maggie

    “A Guid New-year I wish thee, Maggie ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Tom Fleming

  48. Crawford Logan

    The Farewell. To the Brethren of St James's Lodge, Tarbolton

    “Adieu! A heart-warm, fond adieu! ...”

    A song written in 1786 and performed by Crawford Logan

  49. Denis Lawson

    The Guidwife of Wauchope-House, to Robert Burns, the Airshire Bard

    “My canty, witty, rhyming plougman, ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by Denis Lawson

  50. Alan Cumming

    The Jolly Beggars : Fiddlers Tune

    “Let me ryke up to dight that tear ...”

    A song written in 1785 and performed by Alan Cumming

  51. Elaine C Smith

    The Slave's Lament

    “It was in sweet Senegal that my foes did me enthrall ...”

    A song written in 1792 and performed by Elaine C Smith

  52. Paul Higgins

    There Was Twa Wives

    “There was twa wives, and twa witty wives, ...”

    A song written in 1792 and performed by Paul Higgins

  53. David Rintoul

    Third Epistle To J. Lapraik

    “Guid speed and furder to you, Johnie ...”

    An epistle written in 1785 and performed by David Rintoul

  54. Billy Boyd

    To Alexander Cunningham

    “My godlike Friend - nay do not stare ...”

    A poem written in 1787 and performed by Billy Boyd

  55. John Bett

    To Chloris

    “'Tis Friendship's pledge, my young, fair Friend ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by John Bett

  56. John Ramage

    To John Syme [A]

    “No more of your guests, be they titled or not ...”

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by John Ramage

  57. Cal Macaninch

    To Mr Graham of Fintry, On being appointed to my Excise Division

    “I call no goddess to inspire my strains ...”

    A poem written in 1789 and performed by Cal Macaninch

  58. Jonathan Watson

    To Mr John Kennedy

    “Now, Kennedy if foot or horse ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Jonathan Watson

  59. Dougray Scott

    To Mr McMurdo, with a pound of Lundiefoot Snuff

    “O Could I give thee India's wealth ...”

    A song written in 1789 and performed by Dougray Scott

  60. Stuart McQuarrie

    To Mr S Mackenzie

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

    A poem written in 1795 and performed by Stuart McQuarrie

  61. Tam Dean Burn

    To Mrs C

    “Thou flattering mark of friendship kind ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Tam Dean Burn

  62. Paul Young

    To Robert Graham of Fintry Esq

    “Late crippled of an arm, and now a leg ...”

    An epistle written in 1791 and performed by Paul Young

  63. Dougray Scott

    To Terraughty, on his birthday

    “It is na, Jean, thy bonie face ...”

    A song written in 1791 and performed by Dougray Scott

  64. Cal Macaninch

    To a Young Lady, Miss Jessy Lewars

    “Thine be the volumes, Jessy fair ...”

    A poem written in 1796 and performed by Cal Macaninch

  65. Kate Dickie

    You're welcome, Willie Stewart

    “You're welcome, Willie Stewart ...”

    A poem written in 1796 and performed by Kate Dickie

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