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Ochóin, Cha Taobh Tuilleadh, 04 June 1957
Track ID : 51706
In this song the bard is sorry that he is not with his beloved. He will get another girl in the town, even if she is a milkmaid. At the end of the song he gives advice to another young lad.
Unknown, 11 November 1950
Track ID : 61501
Unknown, c. 1957
Track ID : 62149
Unknown, c. 1957
Track ID : 62151
Weel may the Keel Row (Some Say the Deil's Dead)/Nam Bu Leam Fhìn Thu, c. 1957
Track ID : 69406
'Weel may the Keel Row [Some say the Deil's Dead]' melody played on piano, a fragment of the Gaelic song 'Nam Bu Leam Fhìn Thu', information about earthquakes being read, melody from 'Clair de Lune...
Siream Sìos, Siream Suas, 04 June 1957
Track ID : 51708
In this mouth music song the composer says that there was no sign of Ruairidh when she woke up.
Brochan Lom Sùghain, 04 June 1957
Track ID : 51709
In this mouth music song the porridge is bare and runny and the milk will be given to the boys.
Ceann gun Chìreadh, 04 June 1957
Track ID : 51710
In this mouth music song mention is made various times of an uncombed head. Amongst the things that the composer does not like is an uncombed head.
Mo Dhòmhnallan Fhèin, 04 June 1957
Track ID : 51711
In this song a young lady is lamenting the fact that she is no longer with her beloved. His name is Donald and they were together when they were young. She remembers the conversations they had.
Crodh Chailein, 04 June 1957
Track ID : 51712
A fairy song. Mention is made of Colin's cattle. Although other people's cattle are home, the composer's cow is not there.
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