Ho ro ho Hì Hòireannan

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Title - Ho ro ho Hì Hòireannan
Alternate Title - Chunnaic Mise Mo Leannan
Contributors - Kate Buchanan; Unknown (multi)
Reporters - Thorkild Knudsen

Summary - In the opening lines of this waulking song, as sung here, a girl tells how her lover has passed by on horseback, ignoring her completely. The lines which follow are in praise of Clan Donald, whose swords will remain sheathed until King James is crowned.

Track Duration (h:m:s) - 00:02:44
Date Recorded - 1965.06
Language - Gaelic
Genre - Song
Collection - School of Scottish Studies

Track ID - 95873
Original Tape ID - SA1965.047
Original Track ID - SA1965.47.3
Audio Quality - Good
Audio Format - R2R

Item Notes - See:
'Hebridean Folksongs' vol. 3 (J. L. Campbell & F. Collinson) p. 156
'An t-Òranaiche' (Gilleasbaig Mac na Ceàrdadh) p. 504
'Òrain Luaidh Màiri Nighean Alasdair' (K. C. Craig) p. 34
'Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia' (Creighton & MacLeod) p. 190
'Folksongs and Folklore of South Uist' (M. F. Shaw) Song 90
'Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Inverness' vol. 26 p. 240

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