GAVIN DOUGLAS

SCOTSOUN MAKARS SERIES

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1 Introduction by Matthew P McDiarmid 3:35

2 Prologus: On his Translation (vol II pp6-11, p12, and p14) [JA] 2:13

3 The Eneidos begins (II p19, pp75-78) in Vergil’s Latin [AF] 1:02

4 The Eneidos begins (II p19, pp75-78) in the Dryden translation [GP] 1:18

5 The Eneidos begins (II p19, pp75-78) in Douglas translation [JA] 1:07

6 (Quhou stranglit as the prest hecht Laccon and how the hors clam our the wallis of stone) [McD] 7:40

7 Aeneas in burning Troy (II pp100-101) [McD] 3:34

8 Aeneas and Dido and Gossip (II pp164-165) [TC] 2:39

9 Deiphebos greets Sybil and his brother Aeneas when Troy visits Hell (III pp35-36) [DM] 2:03

10 The Roman Genius (III p55) [DM] 1:05

11 Prolough of Sevynt Buke: Winter (III pp61-63)[TC] 4:58

12 Nysus’s arrow kills Tagus, whose friend Volsceus turns upon the boy Euryll

and kills him (III pp198-199) [JA] 1:59

13 Lament of Euryll’s mother seeing her son’s head on the enemy wall (III pp202-203) [TC] 1:49

14 Wounded Aeneas hunts the swordless Turnus (IV pp125-126) [DM] 1:30

15 Douglas’s farewell to his work (IV pp192-193) [TC] 3:11

16 Intro to extraxts from The Palice of Honour in the Shorter Poems of

Gavin Douglas, ed. P J Bawcutt (Scottish Text Society, Edinburgh 1967) [DM] 0:47

17 Dreidful Dreme (II pp136-172) [DM] 2:23

18 The Muses’ Fountain (II pp1126-1161) [DM] 2:11

19 Conscience [DM] 2:08

running time of this CD 47:30

Readers — [McD] Matthew P McDiarmid, [DM] David Murison, [JA] Jack Aitken, [TC]Tom Crawford. [AF]Alistair Fulton reads the Vergil Text, [GP] George Philp the Dryden Translation.
     

WILLIAM DUNBAR

 

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1 Introduction by Edwin Morgan 6:54

2 Lament for the Makars 6:23

3 The Golden Targe 15:59

4 Dunbar at Oxinfurde 1:25

5 The Dance of the Sevin Deidly Synnis 4:16

6 Meditatioun in Wyntir 3:07

7 Of James Dog 1:17

8 Of the same James, quhen he had plesett him 1:30

running time of this CD 40:51

 

SSCD 020-2

To a Ladye 0:49

2 To the Merchantis of Edinburgh 3:27

3 On the Resurrection of Christ 1:48

4 The Tretis of the Tua Mariit Wemen and the Wedo 30:36

5 Remonstrance to the King 4:00

running time of this CD 40:52

Readers — Edwin Morgan, Robert Garioch, Alexander Scott, Jack Aitken, Eleanor Aitken, Barbara Douglas and Carol Ann Crawford

How to Pronounce Older Scots

 

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1 Intro: The Reconstruction of Older Scots Pronunciation: Models of Performance of Older Scots:

2 The Full-Scale Reconstruction Model:

3 The Book of the Howlat by Richard Holland, ll. 469 and following, in the Asloan ms. (S.T.S. edition, 1925).

4 Dunbar at Oxinfurde by William Dunbar, William Mackay Mackenzie's 1932 edition of Dunbar's Poems, page 104

5 From The Complaynt of Scotland (1549). J A H Murray edition for The Early English Text Society 1872, p. 106

6 From The Register of the Ministers, Elders and Deacons of St Andrews, Scottish History Society 4, 1889, pp. 106/7

7 From a complaint to Lanark Burgh Court around 1613. Lanark Town Council Records 1590–1615.

8 The Chaucerian or Middle English Model:

9 From the General Prologue to The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer. Text from F N Robinson’s edition, OUP *

10 The Early Scots Model:

11 Chaucer in Early Scots for comparison

12 The Brus by John Barbour, Book 20, ll. 299 and following, in the Edinburgh manuscript (S.T.S. edition, 1981).

13 The Modern Recitation Scots Model:

14 Correct and Incorrect Sound Selection.

15 From The Fable of the Fox, the Wolf and the Husbandman by Robert Henryson (in Poems edited by Denton Fox, OUP, 1981, pp. 89/90) *

16 Tretis of the Tua Mariit Wemen and the Wedo by William Dunbar in Poems edited by James Kinsley, OUP, 1979, pp. 45\46

17 The Rough Approximation Model:

18 From The Fable of the Fox, the Wolf and the Husbandman by Robert Henryson (in Poems edited by Denton Fox, OUP, 1981, pp. 89/90) *

19 Tretis of the Tua Mariit Wemen and the Wedo by William Dunbar in Poems edited by James Kinsley, OUP, 1979, pp. 45\46

The Full Scale Reconstruction Model:

20 From The Fable of the Fox, the Wolf and the Husbandman by Robert Henryson (in Poems edited by Denton Fox, OUP, 1981, pp. 89/90) *

21 The Need for Preparation and Rehearsal

22 The Modern Standard English Model

23 Common Inconsistencies and Solecisms

24 Does it Matter?

25 Recapitulation

Running time on this CD 67 minutes  

* These passages appear "by permission of Oxford University Press"

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In Inglis:

The publication created to complement the above CD does not contain its text, but a good number of phonological tables and technical matter in IPA script intended to illuminate it for the help of informed scholars. You can download it by clicking the link to the left of this note. (NB 7.5 MB)

 

Robert Henryson

The Preiching of the Swallow

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1 The Preiching of the Swallow. Reader: George Bruce

2 Searmonachadh a’ Ghòbhlain-Ghaoithe le Raibeart Henryson (on 15mh Linn) air a chur dhan Ghàidhlig leis an Urr. Ruairidh MacDhòmhnaill. Reader: Kenneth MacDonald (walins gien on audio airtins ar verses 17-18 frae ilka owresettin).

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