Works with a theme of revolution (13)

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  1. First Minister Alex Salmond

    A Man's a Man for A' That

    “Is there for honest poverty ...”

    A song written in 1795 and performed by First Minister Alex Salmond

  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. Maureen Beattie

    Address Of Beelzebub

    “Long life, my Lord, an' health be yours ...”

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Maureen Beattie

  4. Ralph Riach

    Does Haughty Gaul Invasion Threat

    “Does haughty Gaul invasion threat? ...”

    A song written in 1795 and performed by Ralph Riach

  5. Barbara Rafferty

    Here's a health to them that's awa

    “Here's a health to them that's awa ...”

    A song written in 1792 and performed by Barbara Rafferty

  6. Phyllis Logan

    Lines Inscribed In A Lady's Pocket Almanac

    “Grant me, indulgent Heaven, that I may live ...”

    An epigram written in 1793 and performed by Phyllis Logan

  7. Liz Lochhead

    Ode [For General Washington's Birthday]

    “No Spartan tube, no Attic shell ...”

    A poem written in 1794 and performed by Liz Lochhead

  8. Liam Brennan

    Robert Bruce's March to Bannockburn

    “Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled, ...”

    A song written in 1793 and performed by Liam Brennan

  9. Elaine C Smith

    The German Lairdie

    “What merriment has taen the whigs, ...”

    A song performed by Elaine C Smith

  10. Derek Riddell

    The Ordination

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

    A poem written in 1786 and performed by Derek Riddell

  11. Vivien Heilbron

    The Rights of Woman

    “While Europe's eye is fix'd on mighty things, ...”

    A poem written in 1792 and performed by Vivien Heilbron

  12. Robbie Coltrane

    The Tree of Liberty

    “Heard ye o' the tree o' France ...”

    A poem performed by Robbie Coltrane

  13. John Cairney

    There'll Never Be Peace Till Jamie Comes Hame

    “By yon Castle wa', at the close of the day, ...”

    A poem written in 1791 and performed by John Cairney

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