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101.

Bonnie Glenshee, 1955

Track ID : 27849

Song between two lovers, which describes the landscape, inhabitants and occasional travellers through Glenshee, including shepherds and soldiers. The man implores the woman to make herself ready to...

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102.

Introduction to Dundee Civic Week Ceilidh 1961., 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37176

Introduction to Dundee Civic Week Ceilidh 1961. Maurice Fleming opens the Dundee Civic Week Ceilidh. He explains that there will be no musical accompaniment to the songs during the evening, and th...

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103.

Maurice Fleming describes Blairgowrie as a prominent place t..., 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37184

Maurice Fleming describes Blairgowrie as a prominent place to hear folk-song. Maurice Fleming tells how Blairgowrie's residents, along with those singers who come for the seasonal berry picking wo...

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104.

Scotland the Brave, 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37177

This is the march 'Scotland the Brave' played on the Highland bagpipe, at the start of a cèilidh.

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105.

Green Grows the Laurels, 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37179

In this version of 'Green Grows the Laurel', a young woman [who has been abandoned] laments her former sweetheart's treatment of her; "He passes my window both early and late / And the looks that h...

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106.

I Wish I Wish, 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37180

In this song, a young woman has been abandoned by her lover after falling pregnant by him. She sees him courting another girl and telling her "things he once told me". She wishes she were a maid ag...

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107.

Hatton Woods, 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37183

In this song, a ploughman named Sandy laments his misfortune in love and relates his story: he courted Molly for a year, and it was in Hatton Woods that she stole his heart. He asked her when they ...

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108.

Guma Slàn do na Fearaibh, 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37185

This song bids farewell to those who emigrated overseas. They are leaving their own land as nothing will grow, and the potatoes are ruined. The rents people have to pay are high. They will not have...

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109.

Mrs More/Charlie Chaplin/Here Come Three Gypsies/Jack-a-Needle, 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37189

Four children's rhymes for skipping and other games. A rhyme: "Mrs More sat upon the shore, She had daughters three or more, The eldest one was twenty-four And married to a sailor." Another rhym...

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110.

Griogal Cridhe, 10 July 1961

Track ID : 37191

This is a lament for Gregor (MacGregor) and is said to have been composed by his widow. It is in the form of a lullaby. She thinks of how Gregor protected her in all kinds of weather. She has climb...

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