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101.

Travellers composing songs and tunes., April 1955

Track ID : 11386

Travellers composing songs and tunes. When composing songs, the contributor and her family would compose the words first and then try various tunes to go with them, in order to find the best-fitti...

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102.

The contributor talks about his life and piping., April 1955

Track ID : 11388

The contributor talks about his life and piping. The contributor was born in Grantown, near the Haughs of Cromdale. He was in the Gordon Highlanders, in the Scottish Horse, which was how he became...

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103.

The contributor talks about her ancestry., April 1955

Track ID : 11397

The contributor talks about her ancestry. The contributor's family are all from Perthshire. She believes her grandfather was actually a Graham, and does not know why her family changed their name ...

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104.

The contributor talks about her place of birth and learning..., April 1955

Track ID : 11381

The contributor talks about her place of birth and learning Irish songs. The contributor was born in Blairgowrie, in a house which is now a hotel. She has travelled in much of Scotland and has als...

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105.

Seanfhacal le iomradh air Boban Saor., March 1970

Track ID : 11646

Gaelic saying referring to Boban Saor. There was a saying, 'Tha thu cho math ri Boban Saor', which was said when somebody is commenting on another's fine work.

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106.

Recollections of Pipe Major Jock MacLellan during WWI and af..., 1962

Track ID : 12601

Recollections of Pipe Major Jock MacLellan during WWI and after. Jock MacLellan came from Dunoon, and was Pipe Major of the 8th (Argyllshire) Battalion. Jock MacShannon went all through France wit...

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107.

Creideamh mu na sìthichean agus a' chuibhle-shnìomha., April 1977

Track ID : 12776

A belief about fairies and spinning-wheels. A belt should not be left on a spinning-wheel, especially on a Saturday night, in case the fairies wanted to use it.

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108.

Personal details of Jock MacShannon and Alec MacShannon., 1962

Track ID : 12541

Biographical information about Jock MacShannon and Alec MacShannon.

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109.

Janet Lynch mentions a published source for 'The Gargrie Wad..., June 1967

Track ID : 15512

Miss Lynch mentions a published source for 'The Gargrie Waddin'.

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110.

How a form of slang was commonly used to hoodwink customers..., 1955

Track ID : 15907

Hucksters' back-slang now used only by children. Back-slang was originally used in Derby by traders at market to hoodwink customers by concealing information. It is only used by kids in their gang...

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