Home | Alison | Geordie | Recordings | Publications | Hamish Henderson | Music Player | Performances | Publicity | Contact

Hamish Henderson

Hamish Scott Henderson, (11 November 1919 - 9 March 2002) was a Scottish poet, songwriter, socialist, soldier and intellectual.

He has been referred to as the most important Scots poet since Robert Burns and was a catalyst for the folk revival in Scotland. He was also an accomplished folk song collector and discovered such notable performers as Jeannie Robertson, Flora MacNeil and Calum Johnston.


ANENT

Hamish Henderson Essays, Poems and Interviews

Featuring the section "In Tune with the 'Underground of Song'" by Alison McMorland and Geordie McIntyre.

VIEW/DOWNLOAD as PDF

Edited by Eberhard Bort
2015 - Grace Note Publications

AT HAME WI' FREEDOM

Essays on Hamish Henderson and the Scottish Folk Revival

A collection of essays including 'Challenge and Response: Elizabeth Stewart and the Fetterangus Stewarts' by Alison McMorland

VIEW/DOWNLOAD as PDF

Edited by Eberhard Bort
2012 - Grace Note Publications

BORNE ON THE CARRYING STREAM

The Legacy of Hamish Henderson

A collection of essays including 'Hamish Henderson: A Singer's Perspective' by Geordie McIntyre.

VIEW/DOWNLOAD as PDF

Edited by Eberhard Bort
2010 - Grace Note Publications

KIST O RICHES: A NATIONAL TREASURE

Featuring Alison's article on Hamish:-

'Hamish Henderson (1919-2002): Fieldworker and Collector'

VIEW/DOWNLOAD as PDF

Edited by Chris Wright


  Site and contents copyright © 2003-2017 Alison McMorland. All Rights Reserved.
  This page updated: 07/06/2016 21:05:50