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James King Annand MBE (2 February 1908 – 8 June 1993) was a Scottish poet best known for his children's poems. Born at Edinburgh to Maggie Gold and her husband, plumber William Annand, He was educated at Broughton Secondary School, and he graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1930. He later taught at schools in Edinburgh and Whithorn. Annand also translated poetry and fiction from German and medieval Latin into Scots.

Annand also translated poetry and fiction from German and medieval Latin into Scots. Sing it Aince for Pleisure (1970). Twice for Joy (1973). Thrice to Show Ye (1979). A Wale o Rhymes (1989); reissued in 1998 as Bairn Rhymes.

Sing it Aince to for Pleisure (1970). Twice for joy (1973) and. You must obtain our permission if you wish to use any of J K Annand’s published work

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The poem is recited by Joanne from St Madoes.

Annand also translated poetry and fiction from German and medieval Latin into Scots Sing it Aince for Pleisure (1970).

Annand also translated poetry and fiction from German and medieval Latin into Scots.

Obituary: J. K. Annand. As a poet he was most successful when addressing young folk in his collections Sing it Aince for Pleisure (1965), Twice for Joy (1973), Thrice to Show Ye (1979). Monday 14 June 1993 00:02. This was Sangschaw, the first book by 'Hugh MacDiarmid', who had attended Broughton under his given name Christopher Murray Grieve and been booted out in 1911 for pinching books belonging to the Principal Teacher of English, George Ogilvie. We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view. These bairnsangs have charmed many Scottish children into appreciating Scots.

K. Annand''s three books of Scots verse for children - Sing it Aince for Pleasure, Twice for Joy and Thrice to Show Ye - are published together in this collection of bairn rhymes. Country of Publication.


Sing it aince for pleisure, download epub
Author: J. K Annand
ISBN: 0950210625
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: M. Macdonald; 3rd edition (1970)
Pages: 44 pages