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Fear Bhòirnis agus an t-each blàr dubh., 09 August 1960
Track ID : 104988
The Bornish Laird and the horse with the black facial mark. A boy used to borrow his master's horse every night when he wanted to go courting. He was caught. When he was told to appear in court, h...
Leum MhicNeacail., 09 August 1960
Track ID : 104993
Nicolson's Leap. When Mac 'ic Ailein [Clanranald] was in Ormaclete, he used to send his infant children to a wet-nurse. When he had a son, the child was sent to a woman in Ormaclete, and she sent ...
Catriona nam Bòcan, April 1951
Track ID : 35128
There was an old woman called Catriona, Nighean Eachainn, who frequently predicted the future. Many people came to her for advice on issues such as: who he/she was going to marry; what would happen...
Luadhan anns an Ìochdar, Uibhist a Deas., 10 January 1970
Track ID : 106246
Waulking in Iochdar, South Uist. The contributor gives information about waulking in Iochdar, South Uist, and names women who were good at singing waulking songs.
Chaidh am fiosraiche a dh'Uibhist ann an 1934 agus dh'fhuiri..., 22 May 1972
Track ID : 47848
The contributor moved to Uist in 1934 and stayed for 25 years. He lived in Drimsdale.
Tha na mnathan-luadhaidh ag innse na bhite a' dèanamh aig de..., 03 June 1970
Track ID : 105182
The members of the waulking group give information about the processes involved in a typical South Uist waulking.
Cleachdaidhean Oidhche Chullaig., 10 February 1967
Track ID : 109823
The contributor recites a Hogmanay ballad recited in the Lochboisdale area, and describes Hogmanay customs there.
Luadhadh., 10 February 1967
Track ID : 109827
Waulking. The contributor gives detailed information about waulking as she remembered it. She sings fragments of songs including 'Hè Mo Leannan', which was used as a clapping song.
Obair a' chlò., 10 February 1967
Track ID : 109830
Dyeing wool and weaving tweed. The contributor gives detailed information about the dyeing of wool using natural dyes and about the processes involved in weaving tweed.
Muncaidh a theich bhon Pholitician, agus dithis sheann mhaighdeannan., 10 February 1967
Track ID : 109839
The escaped monkey and the two old spinsters. A monkey escaped when the Politician sank and reached Gerinish. It went into the house of two old spinsters, who thought it was the captain. They ga...
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