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O hù o hó air Iain Dingeal, 22 July 1950
Track ID : 25479
This is a song sung to a baby or small child. It says that the child will go to the well, while the men of the township are working.
Seachain Mocheirigh an Luain, 22 July 1950
Track ID : 25481
A certain girl was supposed to have kept her sweetheart from going on a journey, by reciting this verse.
An Deicheamh Latha de Thùs a' Mhàirt, 22 July 1950
Track ID : 25482
This is a song in praise of Lord Lovat, who went away to France on the tenth day of March. The bard describes him as a hero, and tells how he was well received by King Louis. Lord Lovat's ancestry ...
Nìghneag a' Chùil Duinn nach Fhan Thu, 22 July 1950
Track ID : 25483
The composer of this waulking song tells of his love for a beautiful fair-haired dairymaid, and how he liked to kiss her and lie in the heather with her. She has abandoned him however, and chosen t...
Sgiobaireachd Chlann Raghnaill, 25 July 1950
Track ID : 25489
This long poem describes a voyage by the Clanranald galley from South Uist to Carrickfergus. It begins with the blessing of the galley, and goes on to describe the preparations and the actual voyag...
Diomoladh Pìob Dhòmhnaill Bhàin, 27 July 1950
Track ID : 25491
This is a satirical song which John MacCodrum composed about the playing of a piper from Paible called Donald Bàn MacAulay. This piper had been praised for his excellence by a local bard called Joh...
Mòr Nighean a' Ghiobarlain, 27 July 1950
Track ID : 25493
This was a popular satirical song about a lady called Marion, who seems to have been a lady of easy virtue. Her style of dress is described in detail in a humorous way.
Tha a' Phoit Tì air an Teine, 27 July 1950
Track ID : 25495
A mouth music song, with mention of cream, bread and butter.
Mo Chùbhrachan, 27 July 1950
Track ID : 25498
This is a lullaby in the fairy song tradition. The mother of a child stolen by the fairies lists the various animal and bird tracks she has found. She has not found any sign of her child.
Cha Tig Mòr Mo Bhean Dhachaigh, 27 July 1950
Track ID : 25499
A bereaved father mourns the mother of his child. He lulls the child gently, observing that while everything in nature will continue to renew, his wife did not get a long life.
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