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GS Fraser, John Laurie and Frederick Worlock amongst others read a collection of Scotland's finest poetry featuring Robert Burns, William Dunbar, Mark Alexander and Hugh MacDiarmid.
©2009 Saland Publishing; (P)2009 Saland Publishing

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What would have made The Very Best of Scottish Poetry better?

The poetry is excellent, the vocal performances are fine, but why in the world do they not announce the title and author at the beginning of each poem? Seriously! No performer would ever think of starting a reading without telling their audience the title and author of the piece. So basically, I have no idea what I'm listening to; nor do I know how I'm going to use this in my classroom, as was my original intent. Grrrrr!

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