There are 32 results for your search for '"Lamb, Adam, 1900-1961 (730)"'
The Band o Shearers, 1956
Track ID : 3138
A recited fragment of the song 'The Band o Shearers': Bonnie lassie, will ye gang, And shear wi me the hale day lang? And efter a' the shearin's done We'll hae a rantin roarin fun An forget a' the...
Johnny o Breadisley, 1956
Track ID : 3139
Recited fragments of the ballad 'Johnnie o Breadisley', in which Johnnie is assaulted by a band of foresters; he retaliates, killing all but one, whom he sends home injured.
The Battle o Harlaw, 1956
Track ID : 3140
Recited fragments of the ballad, 'The Battle o Harlaw': As I cam doon by Durisdeer An ower by Netherha' There wis fifty thoosan Hielanmen A' mairchin tae Harlaw. The Hielanmen wi their lang swo...
The Minister and his Wether, 1956
Track ID : 3141
A recited fragment of the song 'The Minister and his Wether', in which a boy tells us: The minister has a fine fat wether, He was fed on corn and hay, And I'll go doon wi some corn in ma pooch And...
Track ID : 3142
A recited fragment of the song 'Greenland': Wi plenty o brass and a braw young lass We'll make the tavern roar, We only sail tae catch the whale, We'll soon return to the shore.
Ten Thousand Miles Away, 1956
Track ID : 3143
Recited fragments of the song 'Ten Thousand Miles Away' in which a man recalls when his sweetheart was transported: Twas on a dark and stormy night when last I saw my Peg, She'd a government band ...
Josie Watt is my Name, my Name, 1956
Track ID : 3144
Recited fragments of a bothy-style song about a poet and local worthy in Ballindalloch: Josie Watt is my name, my name, To you I'll ne'er deny, In Cairnie parish I was born, And learned the Gael...
Track ID : 3149
Recited fragments of a song: I left Kinellar's bonnie braes, Ah likit them weel aneuch, And I fee'd tae a greedy carl That bides in the Guise o Tough. Ah hadna been there a day b...
Replacement of Gaelic by English; anecdotes about Highland E..., 1956
Track ID : 3156
Replacement of Gaelic by English; anecdotes about Highland English. Gaelic was last spoken in Glenlivet about 150 years previously. There was a local man who remembered as a boy, about 110 years a...
Glenlivet and the Jacobite cause; the College of Scalan; chi..., 1956
Track ID : 3157
Glenlivet and the Jacobite cause; the College of Scalan; chief families. One of the Fleeman [Fleming] family from the Glack was wounded at Culloden and his house was burned when the government for...
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