Repertoire

Repertoire

Many and varied are the moods of Burns, but the latter half of the twentieth century saw the repertoire being narrowed to such an extent that now only a handful of his works are known to the wider public. Cammy is fighting back with a massive repertoire for clubs and suppers to choose from. Tam o’ Shanter and Holy Willie’s Prayer are rightly popular choices, but there are so many wonderful works to choose from. Why not The Cotter’s Saturday Night or The Holy Fair? Epistle to Davie or that to Willie Simpson, Ochiltree?

Some of Burns’s best Bon Mots are to be found in little heard works: ‘Freedom and whisky gang thegither’, for instance from The Author’s Earnest Cry and Prayer; or ‘Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn’ from Man Was Made to Mourn. Let Cammy widen your Burns horizons, both in poem and in song.

Poetry

Address to the Deil
Address To The Toothache
Address To The Unco Guid, Or The Rigidly Righteous
The Auld Farmer's New-Year Morning Salutation to his Auld Mare, Maggie
The Author's Earnest Cry And Prayer
The Cotter's Saturday Night
Death and Doctor Hornbook
A Dream
Epigram On Francis Grose The Antiquary
Epistle To A Young Friend
Epistle To Davie, A Brother Poet
Epistle to Dr. Blacklock
Epistle To J. Lapraik, An Old Scottish Bard
Epistle to the Rev. John M'Math
Epistle to W. Simpson, Ochiltree
The Henpecked Husband
Halloween
The Holy Fair
Holy Willie's Prayer
I'll Go And Be A Sodger
Inscription For The Headstone Of Fergusson The Poet
The Inventory
The Jolly Beggars: A Cantata
Lines On Fergusson, The Poet
Lines On Meeting With Lord Daer
Mr. William Smellie – a Sketch
On The Late Captain Grose's Peregrinations Thro' Scotland
Tam O' Shanter
Tam Samson's Elegy
The Twa Dogs
To A Haggis
To A Louse
To A Mouse, On Turning Her Up In Her Nest With The Plough

Songs & Ballads

A Man's A Man For A' That
A Red, Red Rose
A Rose-Bud By My Early Walk
Ae Fond Kiss, And Then We Sever
Auld Lang Syne
Ay, Waukin, O
The Banks O' Doon
The Battle Of Sherramuir
Bonie Peggy Alison
The Braes O' Killiecrankie
Braw Lads O' Galla Water
Ca' The Yowes To The Knowes
Charlie, He's My Darling
Corn Rigs Are Bonie
The Deil's Awa Wi' The Exciseman
Duncan Gray
The Farewell To the Brethren of St. James' Lodge, Tarbolton
The Gowden Locks Of Anna
Green Grow The Rashes
Handsome Nell
Hey, Ca' Thro' - Boat song
Hughie Graham
I'll Meet Thee On The Lea Rig
John Anderson, My Jo
Leezie Lindsay
M'Pherson's Farewell
Man Was Made To Mourn: A Dirge
Mary Morison
Masonic Song
My Father Was A Farmer
My Heart's In The Highlands
O, Gie The Lass A Fairin’, Lad
O, Wert Thou In The Cold Blast
Of A' The Airts The Wind Can Blaw
The Ploughman
Rantin', Rovin' Robin
Rattlin', Roarin' Willie
The Rigs O' Barley
Robert Bruce's March To Bannockburn
Sic A Wife As Willie Had
The Silver Tassie
The Slave's Lament
The Soldier’s Return
Such A Parcel Of Rogues In A Nation
There Was Twa Wives
Willie Brew'd A Peck O' Maut
Ye Jacobites

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