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Thug Iad Cluaidh air a' Bhàta Luath Seo

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Title - Thug Iad Cluaidh air a' Bhàta Luath Seo
Contributors - Duncan MacGillivray
Reporters - Morag MacLeod; Elizabeth Sinclair

Summary - A song in praise of a boat named Clydesdale. The poet wishes her success as she sails the seas and a long life to those who sail in her. When steaming past Gigha, she made a course through the Sound of Jura as she headed for Oban. He praises the crew, the most renowned in Scotland.

Track Duration (h:m:s) - 00:02:16
Date Recorded - 1963.08
Language - Gaelic
Genre - Song
Collection - School of Scottish Studies

Track ID - 84072
Original Tape ID - SA1963.039.042
Original Track ID - SA1963.041.B9
Audio Quality - Good
Audio Format - R2R


Item Notes - Composed by Lachlan Livingstone (Lachann Dubh a' Chrògain) for a new steamboat named 'The Clydesdale', which had been built in 1862. Additional text in 'Lachann Dubh a' Chrògain', edited by Maighread Dhòmhnallach Lobban (pp. 34-36).

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