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Sae Come aa Ye at Hame wi Freedom

That the Parliament notes the 10th anniversary of the death of Hamish Scott Henderson, who was born on 11 November 1919 and died on 8 March 2002; recognises Henderson’s role in bringing Scottish folk music to the fore in a folk revival, and notes the legacy to Scottish folk tradition in his many compositions including, Freedom Cam-Aa-Ye, which Henderson described as "expressing my hopes for Scotland, and for the survival of humanity on this beleaguered planet".

Supported by: Joan McAlpine, Humza Yousaf, Rob Gibson, Richard Lyle, John Finnie, Stuart McMillan, Gordon MacDonald, Willie Coffey, Margaret Burgess, Linda Fabiani, John Mason, Hugh Henry, Sandra White, Bill Kidd, Dennis Robertson, Mike MacKenzie, David Torrance, Gil Paterson, Christina McKelvie, Maureen Watt, Adam Ingram, Aileen McLeod, Kevin Stewart, Roderick Campbell, Jim Eadie, Colin Beattie, Jean Urquhart, Annabelle Ewing, Jamie Hepburn, Joe FitzPatrick, James Dornan, Dave Thompson, Paul Wheelhouse, Mark McDonald, Hanzala Malik, Stewart Maxwell


Current Status: Fallen on 18/05/2012
 
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