Latha siubhal beinne dhomh

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Title - Latha siubhal beinne dhomh
Contributors - Anna MacDougall
Reporters - Dr John Lorne Campbell

Summary - This is a clapping song. In it, a man tells how he met a pretty girl gathering flowers and watercress, and asked her for a kiss. She told him to go away as he was nothing but a shaggy peasant, and went on to tell him how the people in her house were very refined.

Track Duration (h:m:s) - 00:03:48
Date Recorded - 1938.03
Language - Gaelic
Genre - Song
Collection - National Trust for Scotland

Track ID - 39128
Original Tape ID - album_02_D04-B
Original Track ID - CDC.XXIII
Audio Quality - Fair
Audio Format - Disc

Recording Location:
  County - Inverness-shire
  Parish - Barra
  Island - Barra
  Village - Castlebay

Item Notes - 20 lines sung. This version was published by the Linguaphone Institute in 'Gaelic Folksongs from the Isle of Barra'.
'Scottish Tradition' 3 (The School of Scottish Studies) Notes p. 5

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