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Thàinig an Gille Dubh A-raoir don Bhaile Seo

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Tiotal a' Chlàir - Thàinig an Gille Dubh A-raoir don Bhaile Seo
Fiosraichean - Còisir Ghàidhlig an t-Sratha

Geàrr-chunntas - Òran gaoil mnà. Tha caileag a' seinn mun ghille dhubh a thàinig don bhaile an oidhche roimhe. Tha i ag ràdh gur trom a ceum bhon a thrèig a leannan i.

Fad a' Chlàir (h:m:s) - 00:01:44
Àm Clàraidh - 1989
Cànan - Gàidhlig
Seòrsa - Òran
Cruinneachadh - BBC

Àireamh a' Chlàir - 92800
Àireamh an Teip Thùsail - MOD 1989 005 GR00447
Càileachd an Fhuaime - Math
Cruth Inneal a' Chlàir - R2R



Àite Clàraidh:
  Siorrachd - Ros is Cromba
  Paraiste - Steòrnabhagh
  Eilean - Leòdhas

Notaichean a' Chlàir - Recorded at the Royal National Mòd. Composed by Eliza Ross, who became Lady D'Oyly after marrying Sir Charles D'Oyly in India. She was orphaned at a young age and raised by MacLeod of Raasay, who sent her to Edinburgh to study music. She took a great interest in ceòl mòr (the classical music of the bagpipe), and later transcribed many pieces of ceòl mòr as she heard them being played by the family piper, John MacKay, who was father of the piper Angus MacKay.

Ceangal Maireannach - http://www.tobarandualchais.co.uk/gd/fullrecord/92800/1




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