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Cumha Eilean a' Cheò, 1971
Track ID : 75271
The bard thinks of Skye where he grew up. He is going to an unfamiliar place. His heart will always be in Skye.
'Ille Dhuinn Chaidh Thu 'm Dhìth, December 1968
Track ID : 109957
In this love song, which is sometimes used as a waulking song, a woman tells of her sadness at losing the man she loves, as he has joined the army of King George. She also complains about the lies ...
Goibhneachd an Calanais., 12 July 1982
Track ID : 68339
Smith-work in Callanish. The local blacksmith was called Donald MacLeod. The contributor remembers the smithy, especially the bellows. Donald could make most of the tools which the community neede...
Iomradh air facal a bha aca an Calanais airson dreallag: rèa..., 12 July 1982
Track ID : 68346
Mention of the word used in Callanish for a swing.
Naidheachd mu thàillear agus balach a bha ag obair dha., 02 May 1977
Track ID : 49625
A story about a tailor and his apprentice. A story about how a Mull tailor tried to play a trick on his apprentice and how the apprentice got the better of him. The contributor got the story from ...
When I Went to Glasgow First, 01 May 1970
Track ID : 65408
Unknown PersonMacKinnon, Duncan, 1930- (4888)
A humorous macaronic song about a Gael's first visit to the big city of Glasgow.
When I Went to Glasgow First, 1970
Track ID : 34741
This is a Gaelic and English macaronic song which tells of the bard's experiences when he first went to Glasgow. He became involved in a fight, but met a Highland policeman and got off with a warni...
Fiosrachadh mionaideach mu dheidhinn àirighean ann an Leòdhas., 1978
Track ID : 62038
A detailed account of sheilings in Lewis. Information about Lewis sheilings. They had to be near a water supply. Detailed information about the three different types of sheiling hut and how they w...
Creuthachan., November 1969
Track ID : 51697
Ox-blood pudding. An explanation of how ox-blood pudding was made. Cold water was mixed with the blood, some porridge was added, and it was then placed on the fire until it congealed. At this poin...
Tha am fiosraiche ag ainmeachadh diofar sheòrsaichean de dh'..., 10 November 1975
Track ID : 62436
The contributor lists the names of the various birds they trapped in St Kilda.
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