Mo Chiad Iomagain Gach Nì Chluinn Mi

Title - Mo Chiad Iomagain Gach Nì Chluinn Mi
Contributors - Calum Johnston
Reporters - Donald Archie MacDonald; Thorkild Knudsen

Summary - This song is in praise of a MacKenzie of Achilty, and gives information about the social life of an 18th century chief. The bard wishes he could go to the chief's hunting lodge, where there would be wine, feasting and piping. There would be lots of firearms there, and the chief would own deerhounds.

The contributor gives information about the song.

Track Duration (h:m:s) - 00:01:33
Date Recorded - 1965.06
Language - Gaelic
Genre - Song, Information
Collection - School of Scottish Studies

Track ID - 107891
Original Tape ID - SA1965.064
Original Track ID - SA1965.64.5
Audio Quality - Good
Audio Format - R2R

Item Notes - The subject seems to be Murdoch MacKenzie, 7th of Achilty. He lived in the first half of the 18th century.

'Scottish Tradition' Series 4: Calum and Annie Johnston (The School of Scottish Studies) pp. 10 and 56

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