Eberhard Bort - At Hame Wi' Freedom - Essays On Hamish Henderson

Eberhard Bort - At Hame Wi' Freedom - Essays On Hamish Henderson

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(January 2013)

This book marks the tenth anniversary of Hamish Henderson's death and focuses on his involvement in the Scottish Folk Revival.

This book, is the third of a trilogy of essay collections celebrating Henderson's work, his involvement in the Folk Revival, his association with Perthshire and the North-East, the emergence of his poetic voice, and his political activism from various contributors.

It also features Pino Mereu's poetic evocation of the Anzio (Beachhead) Pipe Band and the 2011 Hamish Henderson Memorial Lecture by Owen Dudley Edwards.

Contributions from Maurice Fleming, Fred Freeman, George Gunn, Tom Hubbard, Belle Stewart, Eberhard Bort, Alison McMorland, Ewan McVicar and Hayden Murphy.

"A compendious Henderson primer." Jim Gilchrist, The Scotsman.

"A book everyone who cares about Hamish and/or his work should have." Colin Wilkie, folk singer.

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