Òran Sailidh

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Title - Òran Sailidh
Contributors - Niall M. Brownlie
Reporters - Eric R. Cregeen; Dr Margaret Ann MacKay

Summary - The bard composed this song after the death of a mare which he owned. Her name was Sally. The contributor explains where the places named in the song can be found.

Track Duration (h:m:s) - 00:03:42
Date Recorded - 1973.12.08
Language - English, Gaelic
Genre - Song, Verse, Information
Collection - School of Scottish Studies

Track ID - 102411
Original Tape ID - SA1973.157
Original Track ID - SA1973.157
Audio Quality - Good
Audio Format - R2R

Item Location:
  County - Argyllshire
  Parish - Tiree
  Island - Tiree

Item Notes - Composed by Rev. Duncan MacDougall, the first Baptist minister who came to Tiree. He was known as Donnchadh MacLùcais. His son Duncan was also a bard and some of his poems can be found in 'Na Bàird Thirisdeach' (Rev. Hector Campbell ed., 1932).

'Tocher' 32 (The School of Scottish Studies) p. 82

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