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O Banais Eilidh agus É Banais Fhionnlaigh, April 1951

Track ID : 33888

This is the first section of a port-à-beul about the wedding of Eilidh and Finlay. It is a reel.

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An Tèid Thu Leam a Mhàiri Lurach?, November 1955

Track ID : 50478

In this song a man is asking his beloved Mary if she will go with him wherever they are sent. They are being evicted by the factor and must leave. The bard says that he is over sixty years old and ...

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13.

Òran a' Mhaoir, November 1955

Track ID : 50479

A short fragment of a song which seems to refer to a very willing factor who worked for "An Gòrdanach" [Col. Gordon of Cluny], who bought South Uist in 1838.

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O Chall o Hi a 's na Hi a Ho a, November 1955

Track ID : 50648

This song is about the work of the bailiffs. The bard says that the bailiff only has to send an order to people and then go to the bank with the money.

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Am Bainne cho Tiugh ris a' Bhlàthaich, November 1955

Track ID : 50650

A song about a witch stealing milk. In this fragment of a song milk as thick as buttermilk is milked using a hook and pot-hanger, while the song that Fionn had was being sung.

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Im Ba Him Bó Chailleach, November 1955

Track ID : 50651

Sowens/Churning Song. In this song mention is made of an old lady and heating black containers. She is told not to make something too thick or too runny and she is told to put only a little butter ...

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A Dhòmhnaill Bhàin 'ic Dhòmhnaill 'ic Ruairidh, November 1955

Track ID : 50653

This waulking song is addressed to fair-haired Donald, son of Donald son of Roderick, whom the composer saw the previous day. The remaining lines are usually sung in a separate section of the song,...

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An Tèid thu Leam a Mhàiri Lurach?, November 1955

Track ID : 50647

In this song a man is asking his beloved if she will go with him wherever they are sent. They are being evicted by the factor and they must leave. The bard says that he is over sixty years old and ...

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A Thormoid nach Fhuirich Thu, 22 March 1951

Track ID : 34873

This is a fragment from a song addressed to a man called Norman.

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20.

Highland Laddie (Diddled), 22 March 1951

Track ID : 34894

This is the tune 'Highland Laddie' sung in a style which has elements of diddling and canntaireachd.

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