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991.

Dithis ag iarraidh fearann., c. November 1964

Track ID : 110312

Two men who requested land. When a piece of land became vacant, an old man and a young man wanted to get it. They went to Askernish House, and were told that the first one to arrive at the ruin on...

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992.

Aonghas Mac Iain Bhàin., c. November 1964

Track ID : 110313

Aonghas mac Iain Bhàin. Charles Gordon in Askernish had a driver called Colin. He also had a grieve called Aonghas mac Iain Bhàin. None of the lads would stay in their job, as Colin reported eve...

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993.

Alasdair Mòr agus an stoirm., 09 August 1960

Track ID : 104766

Alasdair Mòr and the storm. Angus tells of going fishing with a friend, and deciding to stay in a sheiling. Unfortunately, they discovered it had no roof, so they decided to leave the boat and go ...

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994.

Fear a thogadh ann an nead iolaire., 09 August 1960

Track ID : 104911

The man brought up in an eagle's nest. Angus tells of a family known as 'Na Bioragain', and how one of them was said to have been lifted by an eagle and brought up in the eagle's nest. An explanat...

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995.

Eilean an Easbaig., 09 August 1960

Track ID : 105003

Bishop's Island. A man was on a Barra boat, and wanted to go ashore. The others wished to go on to Barra. They came into Loch Aoineart and left the man on an island. He was there until the tide we...

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996.

Òran Chraoicill, 11 June 1963

Track ID : 94791

Craoicill was a man from Ushinish, behind Ben More in South Uist. He had been in a township and was going home with his wife, who was carrying half a boll of meal. He soon had to carry a bullock wh...

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997.

Òran Cleasaig, 11 June 1963

Track ID : 94792

A humorous song by a local bard about two women who fell out, and began to fight, about a hen which was damaging the corn.

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998.

Nam Biodh am Bàs a' Tighinn, 01 February 1964

Track ID : 94803

This satirical song was composed about an unjust herdsman who was employed by a farmer in Askernish. He was disliked by the poor people.

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999.

Òran Cleasaig, 01 February 1964

Track ID : 94804

A humorous song by a local bard about two women who fell out, and began to fight, about a hen which was damaging the corn.

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1000.

Naidheachd a tha ag innse mu chòmhstri a bha eadar Fear Bhòi..., 22 March 1965

Track ID : 96949

An anecdote about a dispute over kelp between the tacksman of Bornish and a lawyer.

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