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BURNS, R.: Great Poets (The)

Robbie Burns wrote some of the loveliest and most moving poetry of his or any other age. A farmer’s son, he was lionised by the literary society of his day, but neglected by them when he died, only 37 years old. In the 250 years since his birth, his reputation has varied between that of immoral drunkard and the poster-boy of Scottish tourism, but his words helped revive the folk tradition and prefigured the Romantic movement. Ranging from libertarianism, satire, love songs, description, meditations, polemics and portraits, this selection shows the extraordinary range of Burns’s inimitable genius.


  A Man's a Man for a' That'
1.   A Man's a Man for a' That' 00:02:11
  A Red, Red Rose
2.   A Red, Red Rose 00:00:53
  A Winter Night
3.   A Winter Night 00:05:44
  Address To A Haggis
4.   Address To A Haggis 00:02:27
  Address to the Unco Guid
5.   Address to the Unco Guid 00:03:48
  Ae Fond Kiss
6.   Ae Fond Kiss 00:01:41
  Apology for Declining an Invitation
7.   Apology for Declining an Invitation 00:00:19
  Auld Lang Syne
8.   Auld Lang Syne 00:01:20
  Bessy and her Spinnin' Wheel
9.   Bessy and her Spinnin' Wheel 00:01:59
  Epistle to a Young Friend
10.   Epistle to a Young Friend 00:04:08
  Holy Willie's Prayer
11.   Holy Willie's Prayer 00:06:44
  I'll Meet Thee on the Lea Rig
12.   I'll Meet Thee on the Lea Rig 00:01:07
  Man Was Made to Mourn
13.   Man Was Made to Mourn 00:04:42
  My Bonie Mary
14.   My Bonie Mary 00:00:44
  My Love's She's But a Lassie Yet
15.   My Love's She's But a Lassie Yet 00:00:42
  On A Suicide
16.   On A Suicide 00:00:15
  Robert Bruce's March to Bannockburn
17.   Robert Bruce's March to Bannockburn 00:01:08
  Such A Parcel Of Rogues In A Nation
18.   Such A Parcel Of Rogues In A Nation 00:01:31
  Tam O'Shanter – A Tale
19.   Tam O'Shanter – A Tale 00:04:45
20.   Tam O'Shanter – A Tale (cont.) 00:05:04
21.   Tam O'Shanter – A Tale (cont.) 00:03:16
  The Banks O'Doon
22.   The Banks O'Doon 00:00:55
  The Cotter's Saturday Night
23.   The Cotter's Saturday Night 00:04:43
24.   The Cotter's Saturday Night (cont.) 00:05:29
25.   The Cotter's Saturday Night (cont.) 00:02:29
  The Jolly Beggars
26.   The Jolly Beggars (extract) 00:01:27
  To a Louse
27.   To a Louse 00:02:20
  To a Mouse
28.   To a Mouse 00:02:31
  To Mary in Heaven
29.   To Mary in Heaven 00:01:57

Total Playing Time: 01:16:19






Author(s):
Burns, Robert

Reader(s):
Masson, Forbes

Label: Naxos AudioBooks

Genre: Poetry

Period: Romantic

Catalogue No: NA196812

Barcode: 9789626349687

Physical Release: 01/2009

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