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101.

'S ann tha Còmhradh Grinn aig an Fhitheach, April 1951

Track ID : 35105

This little song is a conversation among the birds. These include the raven, the seagull and the pigeon.

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102.

Ho Mo Ghiullan Gaolach Thu, April 1951

Track ID : 35107

This is a lullaby in which a mother tells of her lack of strength to put her child to bed. Her husband is out enjoying himself. She is in the graveyard.

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103.

Tha Trì Spògan Deiridh, April 1951

Track ID : 35110

This port-à-beul tells of the Kerrera cockerel with 3 back legs. He was good for creating pullets. The tune is a reel.

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104.

Cnàmh do Chìr a Chaora Ruadh, April 1951

Track ID : 35112

The first verse of this port-à-beul in strathspey time speaks of a sheep chewing the cud. The second verse tells of a lad with a long coat and short trousers which suit him well.

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105.

Tha Ceann Ruadh air a' Ghille, April 1951

Track ID : 35114

This is a Gaelic vocal dance tune which says that the boy has red hair but his mother's hair is black. It asks who was the boy's father. The tune is a reel.

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106.

Ho ró, Chaidil Mòrag, April 1951

Track ID : 35115

This is a lullaby that says that Morag slept, but not for long. Morag will get the milk from the cattle.

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107.

Till an Crodh Laochain, April 1951

Track ID : 35117

This pibroch song was often used as a milking song. It asks the hero to return the cattle. He will get a beautiful wife who is playful and loving.

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108.

Nam Biodh Agam Mòrag, April 1951

Track ID : 35119

This is a little port or dandling song. It says: "If I had Morag / This is the rock where you would be / This is the hollow in which we would sit / The hollow where the birds would be."

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109.

Nuair Thàinig Àm an Iasgaich, April 1951

Track ID : 35120

In this song, the bard tells of a bad fishing season, when the weather was stormy. The situation was so bad that he felt like joining the army. The carpenter who built the boat is praised for his w...

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110.

'S e mo Leannan Calum Gaolach, April 1951

Track ID : 35122

In this fragment from a waulking song, a woman says that beloved Calum is her sweetheart. He did not lie in her bed the previous night, and will not do so tonight if the walls will keep him out.

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