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Passions in PoetryRobert Burns
1759 - 1796

Scottish poet and songwriter, Burns is best known today for the latter and, in particular, for his Auld Lang Syne, generally sung in Britain upon the occasion of New Year. This appeared, along with such other lyrics as O My Loves Like a Red, Red Rose, Ye Banks and Braes and Scots wha hac, in the selection of Scottish tunes Burns collected and contributed to: the Select Collection of Original Scottish Airs for the Voice (1793-1818). Other of his songs are also collected in another compendia, The Scots Musical Museum (1787-1803).

As a poet Burns worked with simple concepts, but applied them across a number of forms. He wrote and published satires, scenes of rustic life, epistles to friends, epigrams and nature poems, both in a composite poetic form made up of a number of Scottish dialects and in English. In poems such as The Cotter's Saturday Night and To a Mountain Daisy he uses both Scottish dialect and English together. His poems were published in the Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect (1786).

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Ae Fond Kiss, and then We Sever 890
Auld Lang Syne 1,172
Bonnie Lesley 760
Coming Through The Rye 421
Duncan Gray 1,207
Fareweel To A'Our Scottish Fame 838
Highland Mary 1,085
John Anderson 479
John Barleycorn 1,974
Lament for Culloden 567
Mary Morison 830
My Heart's in the Highlands 784
Oh Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast 561
A Red, Red Rose 531
Scots, Wha Hae Wi' Wallace Bled 716
Song: Green Grow the Rashes 844
Tam O'Shanter 8,632
Tibbie Dunbar 390
To a Louse 1,582
To a Mountain Daisy 1,747
To a Mouse 1,580
Ye Banks and Braes O'Bonnie Doon 641
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