Robert Garioch

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1 Introduction: Edwin Morgan [05.56] Edwin Morgan

2 Embro to the Ploy [05.39] Robert Garioch

3 I’m Neutral [00.56] Norman MacCaig

4 Heard in the Cougate [00.52] Robert Garioch

5 Did you see me? [00.53] Robert Garioch

6 At Robert Fergusson’s Grave [01.18] Robert Garioch

7 The Percipient Swan [02.16] Norman MacCaig

8 Fi’baw in the Street [01.35] Robert Garioch

9 The Canny Hen [08.32] Norman MacCaig

10 Sisyphus [01.47] Robert Garioch

11 My Faither sees me [01.11] Robert Garioch

12 Brither Worm [02.04] Robert Garioch

13 The Muir (extract) [11.52] Edwin Morgan

14 Doktor Faust in Rose Street [04.03] Robert Garioch

15 Perfect [02.58] Robert Garioch

16 Cooling-aff [01.37] Norman MacCaig

17 Lesson [06.43] Norman MacCaig

18 End Credits [00.08] Allan Ramsay

George Bruce

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sscd 140-1

1 Introduction by Dr J. H. Alexander 11:27

2 Departure and Departure and \ 0:51 *

3 My House 0:26

4 The Curtain 0:44

5 Inheritance 0:55

6 Kinnaird Head 0:55

7 Late Springs This North 0:40

8 The Town 0:45

9 The Fisherman 0:57

10 The Auld Fisherman 0:51

11 For Voyagers 0:33

12 A Departure 0:52

13 On the Edge – The Broch \ 10:02 *

14 On the Roads/SM 0:58

15 Laotian Peasant Shot 0:39

16 Camelias in the Snaw 4:10

17 Elizabeth Polishing an Agate 0:42

18 Love in Age 0:39

19 Touch 0:31

20 Nightfall GB/SM \ 1:55 *

21 Comment by GB on item 22, read by GP 2:01

22 Cliff Face Erosion \ 2:12 *

total for this CD 44:48

* This poem appears in Pursuit – Poems 1986-1998 by George Bruce, published by Scottish Cultural Press

All poems are read by George Bruce except where otherwise marked. Thus . . .

[SM] Sheena Middleton

[GB/SM] George Bruce and Sheena Middleton

Comments read by George Philp

sscd 140-2

1 Epistle: A Thank You to John Bellany, Christmas 1997 \ 1:52

2 House with Back-Garden \ 1:20

3 Father and the Silver Salver \ 1:24

4 The Face \ 1:43

5 Vibrations [SM] \ 0:36

6 Cheery Sam 1:46

7 Haiku Envoi \ 0:10

8 Comment by GB read by GP 0:55

9 Rembrandt in Age [SM] 0:45

10 Velazquez at the Edinburgh International Festival \ 0:57

11 Epistle to the Cumming Family especially for Ruby (5) and Holly (3) \ 1:33

12 Woman Pitten Back Nicht [SM] 0:55

13 Comment by GB read by GP 1:48

14 Chopin at No.10 Warriston Crescent – 1848 [GB/SM] 3:03

15 Chopin: Mazurka in F Op.68 Nº3 played by Colin Kingsley 1:12

16 Soup and Sherry \ 1:25

17 Words for Jenny \ 0:40

18 Castle Tioram, Loch Moidart \ 1:08

19 Elizabeth in the Garden \ 0:53

20 Responsibilities [SM] \ 0:58

21 After the Death of Martin Luther King 0:59

22 The Chair – Poets and Painters [GB/SM] 7:59

23 GB’s Sea Symphony 1:49

24 Odd Goings-on in Dunfermline Toun [SM] 0:38

25 Invocation \ 1:37

26 Single Ticket – Edinburgh/Bennachie [GB/SM] 2:07

27 Urn Burial (R.I.P. Scots Tongue) 1:13

total on this CD 42:43

* This poem appears in Pursuit – Poems 1986-1998 by George Bruce, published by Scottish Cultural Press

All poems are read by George Bruce except where otherwise marked. Thus . . .

[SM] Sheena Middleton

[GB/SM] George Bruce and Sheena Middleton

Comments read by George Philp

J.K. Annand

Dod & Davie

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A tale anent twa wee deils and seiven ploys

Dod and Davie owerset into Scots by J K Annand from the original text in German.

1 Foreword 1:25

2 First Ploy 3:03

3 Saicont Ploy 3:07

4 Third Ploy 3:20

5 Fowrth Ploy 3:57

6 Fift Ploy 3:01

7 Saxt Ploy 2:03

8 Hinmaist Ploy 1:16

9 Tail Piece 1:18

The original German text of Max und Moritz by Wilhelm Busch was read by Marja Waddell.

10 Foreword 1:23

11 First Prank 2:57

12 Second Prank 3:00

13 Third Prank 2:57

14 Fourth Prank 3:28

15 Fifth Prank 3:00

16 Sixth Prank 1:43

17 Last Prank 1:00

18 Tail Piece 1:06

Interludes and incidental music on piano and fiddle were played by Hugh McGilp from compositions of Kabalevski and traditional Scottish Airs. "Da Grocer" was by kind permission of Tom Anderson.

Illustration after Wilhelm Busch.

The text of Dod and Davie wis furthset bi Canongate, an is nou out o prent, tho the Scots Language Society haes a puckle copies aye ti haun. We thank Scottish National Dictionaries an Canongate for aa necessar permissions.

Total running time of this CD 43:04

J.K. Annand

Aince for Pleisure, Twice for Joy

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sscd 009-1 - FROM "SING IT AINCE FOR PLEISURE"

1 Foreword

BIRDS

2 Mavis

3 Choukie-Hen

4 Jaikies

5 Craws

6 Fiddle break

7 Yellie-Yite

8 Blackie

9 Teenie Tit

10 Visitors

11 Stirlins

12 Peewit

13 Heron

14 Laverock

15 Shilfa

16 Swallie

17 Jennie Wren

18 Stane-chack

19 Robin Reidbreist

20 Houlet

21 Water-Craw

22 Tammie Norie

23 Corbies

24 Fiddle break

BEASTS

25 Giraffe

26 Jaimie’s Seik

27 Fur Coats

28 Hurcheon

29 Brock

30 Camel

31 Elephant

32 Crocodile

33 Bull Sale

34 Bumbees

35 Grumphie

36 Zebra

37 Nessie

38 My Doggie

39 The Tod

40 Fiddle break

FOLK

41 Conductress

42 Scaffie

43 Polis

44 Postie

45 Doctor

46 Ragwife

47 Navvies

48 Snab

49 Piper

50 Fiddle break

51 Soops

52 One-Man Band

53 Tinker

54 Spaceman

55 Night Watchman

56 Dentist

57 Steeplejakes

58 Fiddle break

MIXTER MAXTER

59 Wash Tub

60 Holidays

61 Guddlin

62 Hielant Games

63 Circus

64 Helter Skelter

65 Hoop-la

66 Easter Egg

67 Halloween

68 Mune By Day

69 Yule

70 Fiddle break

sscd 009-2 - FROM "TWICE FOR JOY"

1 Kittley

2 Countin Rhyme

3 A Finger Game

4 On Grandpa’s Knee

5 Grand Leddy

6 Choukie-Birdie

7 Partan

8 Sea-Maws

9 Fiddle break

10 Fishin Boat

11 My Bantie

12 Cock Craw

13 Clocker

14 My Cuddie

15 Pet Lamb

16 Cat and Mous

17 Fiddle break

18 Food

19 Bath Time

20 Space Honeymoon

21 Halloween

22 Doukin

23 Santa

24 Donkey Ride

25 Grannie’s Scooter

26 Twa Horses

27 Rain

28 Fiddle break

29 Skippin Sang

30 Another One

31 Back to Schule

32 Tammie Tit

33 Lollipop Man

34 Conkers

35 Bools

36 Snawman

37 Fou Mune

38 Ferm Toun

39 Dressin Up

40 Banker

41 Lost

42 Fiddle break

43 Mous

44 Blethers

45 Bletherskite

46 Hollow Holly Tree

47 Wuidland Walk

48 In the Gairden

49 Storm

50 Fire!

51 Fiddle break

52 Common Riding

53 Bonefire

54 Twa-Leggit Mice

55 Spaewife

56 The Clype

57 Nocks

58 Fiddle break

59 Street Organ

60 Colliers

61 Ingan Johnie

62 Fiddle finish