Òran do dh'Iain Breac MacLeòid

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Title - Òran do dh'Iain Breac MacLeòid
Contributors - Margaret Ross
Reporters - James Ross
Item Person - MacLeòid, Iain Breac

Summary - This song praises Iain Breac MacLeod of Dunvegan. In the first verse sung here, the Blind Harper laments his separation from Iain Breac. The other verse sung here praises Iain Breac as a soldier and warrior who would lead his men in France.

Track Duration (h:m:s) - 00:02:56
Date Recorded - 1953
Date of Content - 1681 to 1689
Language - Gaelic
Genre - Song
Collection - School of Scottish Studies

Track ID - 7364
Original Tape ID - SA1953.155
Original Track ID - SA1953.155.6
Audio Quality - Good
Audio Format - R2R

Item Location:
  County - Inverness-shire
  Parish - Duirinish (INV)
  Island - Skye
  Village - Dunvegan

Item Notes - Two verses and choruses sung. Transcribed in the School of Scottish Studies. Composed by Roderick Morrison, An Clàrsair Dall.

'The Blind Harper - The Songs of Roderick Morrison and his Music' (William Matheson ed., 1970) p. 4
'Sàr Obair nam Bàrd Gaelach' (MacKenzie)

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