There are 1785 results for your search for '"Campbell, Dr John Lorne, 1906-1996 (614)"'
Information about recordings by Mrs Mary MacNeil, Crìochan...., 17 May 1965
Track ID : 89584
Information about recordings by Mrs Mary MacNeil, Crìochan. She was first recorded in 1938.
John Lorne Campbell says, "This is speed indication. The not..., c. 1954
Track ID : 52525
John Lorne Campbell says, "This is speed indication. The note struck is 'low pitch A' on the International Scale. Use this to test the speed of the recorder when working with vibrator or rotary con...
A' cuimhneachadh air Canaigh anns an naoidheamh linn deug. , 15 December 1949
Track ID : 21246
Reminiscences of Canna in the 19th century. The contributor says there were 28 families on Canna when he was young; he gives an account of many of them towards end of interview. Canna was full of ...
Mo Chridhe Trom, 's Mo Shùil Silteach, 14 December 1949
Track ID : 21398
This waulking song is a lament for a girl named as Mary. The composer was at her grave the previous night. Mary's lover is to be betrothed to someone else. The text here suggests that Mary has had ...
Hùgan nan Gù, Théid mi Dhachaigh, 14 December 1949
Track ID : 21400
In this cheerful waulking song the composer speaks of returning home. No boat will be needed for the journey, as the speaker can travel as a bird or swim across the sea.
Tha Mi Dubhach Trom Deurach, 14 December 1949
Track ID : 21402
This little-known waulking song has two sections. The first describes the situation in the township, and the bad weather. It goes on to talk of a ship in the strait. If it cannot land, the blood of...
Mo Nighean Donn a' Chuailein, 14 December 1949
Track ID : 21403
This is a waulking song with a love theme. In it a man addresses the beautiful brown-haired girl he loves. He is afraid she has been taken from him. He has heard she is in England or Ireland, but i...
Mi nam Aonar san Leabaidh, 14 December 1949
Track ID : 21404
The composer of this waulking song describes how she is alone. Her three brothers and her mother are dead. Her father and her clan died in battle.
Nighean Dubh, Nighean Donn, 14 December 1949
Track ID : 21405
This is a waulking song in the form of a man's love song, in which he praises a girl and asks her to come with him. She will get a candle and lantern, and the best of wine.
Seathan, 14 December 1949
Track ID : 21406
The woman who composed this waulking song praises Seathan, and tells of her great love for him. If she heard he was in Minginis she would come to him. She would whiten his shirt, fold it, and give ...
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