MITHER APE

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Tam Hubbard

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Mither Ape bi Tam Hubbard

 

1)         Introduction written & read by

    George T Watt

2)           The Daith o Michael Scot   Mither Ape (TH)

3)                "     "            "          "       Ti Agatha (TH)

4)                "     "             "         "       Tam Page (GTW)

5)         Ballant o Michael Scot (LS)

6)         The Treisure o Norrie’s Law (TH & LS)

7)         Flechitorium (GTW & LS)

8)         Embro Introduction (TH)

9)         The Hoose o Licht (DL)

10)       The Legend o King Davit and the Stag (TH)

11)       Aiberdeen an Twal Mile Roun (TH)

12)       A North-East Classic (GW)

13)       Glesca Introduction (TH)

14)       The Choob (LS)

15)       Bampot (TH)

16)       Bampot 2 (GTW)

17)       Bampot 3 (TH)

 

 

Owerset frae Alice in Wonderland

18)       Uncle Wullie (DL & TH)

19)       Pepper-Rammy (TH)

20)       The Labster Quadrille (TH)

 

Owerset frae ither Leids

 

21)       Ma Mither in Remembrance (DL)

22)       Lassie Ahent the Bar (LS)

23)       The Dug and the Scent Bottle (DL)

24)       Nero (TH)

25)       At The Burnside (LS & DL)

26)       Dae Puddocks Bide There Tae? (LS)

27)       In An Album (TH)

28)       The Waddin (DL & TH)

29)       Birthplace (TH)

30)       Mither (LS)

31)       The Aipple Tree Blumed in the Gairden (DL)

32)       Lemminkainen’s Mither (TH)

 

33) P.S. Written and read by Lisa Simmons

 

Makars Owerset

 

Tracks 18 – 20 Lewis Carroll (1832-98) Alice in Wonderland.

Tracks 21 & 22 Gabriel Fitzmaurice (Irish b 1952)

Track 23 Charles Baudelaire (French, 1821-67)

Track 24 Louis Duchosal (Swiss, 1862-1901)

Track 25 Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz (Swiss, 1878-1947)

Track 26 Jan Neruda (Czech 1834-91)

Track 27 Cyprian Norwid (Polish, 1821-1883)

Track 28 Stanisław Wyspiański (Polish, 1869-1907)

Track 29 Endre Ady (Hungarian, 1877-1919)           

Track 30 Attila József (Hungarian, 1905-1937)

Track 31 Yakov Polonsky (Russian, 1819-1898)

Track 32 freely adaptit frae the Finnish epic, the 'Kalevala'