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91.

Tàladh Choinnich Òig, 02 November 1951

Track ID : 49734

This is a lullaby for a baby called Kenneth. In this song Clan MacKenzie is mentioned and the boy's father is praised as a nobleman. The child's grandfather is also praised for being a good hunter.

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92.

Fosgail an Doras dhan Fhìdhlear Thàilleir, 02 November 1951

Track ID : 49737

This is a vocal dance tune about a tailor who can play the fiddle. It is a jig.

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93.

'S ann tha 'n Còmhradh Grinn aig an Fhitheach, 02 November 1951

Track ID : 49740

In this song the seagull says that the conversation of the raven is refined. The dove (or pigeon) says that it is time to leave as the hunters are coming.

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94.

Bhean an Taighe, Ghaoil an Fhortain, April 1951

Track ID : 34997

The bard says that no matter what it costs, we should drink the health of the heir.

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95.

Cha Phòs mi Fhìn Cha Ghabh mi Té Mhór, April 1951

Track ID : 34998

In this humorous song the bard tells of the kind of wife he would like to have. Some kinds of women would not be acceptable.

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96.

'S Mise 'n Dàrna Dòmhnallan, April 1951

Track ID : 35000

This is a fragment of a song which begins "I am the second little Donald".

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97.

Tha Mi fo Airteal gun Tombaca, April 1951

Track ID : 35001

The bard complains that he has no tobacco and he hopes that the steamer will come before Sunday. He will be glad if it comes, so he can get some 'Bogey Roll'.

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98.

Bean an Droch Nàdair, 's Beag Orm Fhìn I, April 1951

Track ID : 35003

This vocal dance tune in march time says "I cannot stand the bad-tempered old woman. / It would be better to be without a wife, than to marry her."

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99.

Ub Ub 's Làidir i, Ub Ub 's Luath i, April 1951

Track ID : 35004

This is a port-à-beul, which describes its female subject as strong and quick.

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100.

Fiachadh Farsaing gu Banais Iain Mhàrtain, April 1951

Track ID : 35006

This is a humorous song about Iain Martin's wedding, where there were many courses including rather old guga.

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