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The Mason's Apron/The Kilt is my Delight, 11 February 1956

Track ID : 1415

Two reels played on the fiddle: 'The Mason's Apron' and 'The Kilt is my Delight'.

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Ballochyle, 11 February 1956

Track ID : 1420

The 6/8 pipe march 'Ballochyle' played on the fiddle.

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13.

The Jig of Slurs, 11 February 1956

Track ID : 1399

This is 'The Jig of Slurs' played on the fiddle.

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The Flowers of Edinburgh/Loch Leven Castle, 11 February 1956

Track ID : 1439

Two reels played on the fiddle. The first tune is 'The Flowers of Edinburgh' and the second is 'Loch Leven Castle'.

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How Caisteal nan Con got its name., July 1953

Track ID : 1510

How Caisteal nan Con got its name. Caisteal nan Con was so called because it belonged to the MacLeans, who were known as Clann 'IllEathain nan Con. The castle, in the south-west of the island, was...

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The field at Achadh na Fola was known as Achadh an Dà Nàdair..., July 1953

Track ID : 1511

The field at Achadh na Fola was known as Achadh an Dà Nàdair [field of two natures] but the contributor does not know why.

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The contributor tells how the Danes or the Vikings were the..., July 1953

Track ID : 1512

The contributor tells how the Danes or the Vikings were the first people to quarry slates in the district.

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Mar a fhuair Èisdeal ainm., July 1953

Track ID : 1513

How Easdale got its name. Two men on the mainland were hearing the rattling of slates coming from Easdale island. One said, "Èist thall." This is how the island got its name.

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Working in the slate quarry., July 1953

Track ID : 1515

Working in the slate quarry. The contributor worked in the slate quarry as a young man. Tools used included a mallet, a chisel, a knife and an iron break. They were paid 7/- per 1000 for dressed '...

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The sound of tearing cloth as an omen of death., September 1964

Track ID : 1533

The sound of tearing cloth as an omen of death. A woman who had a drapery shop always heard the sound of tearing cloth before a death. Whenever she heard it, someone came in soon after to buy clot...

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