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Highland Wedding (Action Song), 1978
Track ID : 88740
An action song, set at a wedding in the Highlands at the time of the Jacobite rising. The guests express their delight at the news that Prince Charles Edward Stuart has returned to Scotland (Òran E...
Horo o Hì Hòireannan, December 1954
Track ID : 105826
The composer of this waulking song is sad. She saw the man she loves going past on his grey horse, but he paid no attention to her. The second section has Jacobite references and the composer hope...
Òran Eile don Phrionnsa, 1985
Track ID : 91702
This Jacobite song welcomes Prince Charles Edward Stuart, whom the poet describes as the choicest of leaders.
An Fhìdeag Airgid, November 1965
Track ID : 25017
This is a waulking song with Jacobite references. It speaks of the arrival of the Prince in Scotland, and names supportive clans.
Och nan och, Bu Mhì Bochdag, February 1962
Track ID : 19629
One verse fragment of a lament, love song, and Jacobite song. A widow laments the loss of her husband at Culloden.
Smeòrach Chlann Raghnaill, 2001
Track ID : 95662
A song toasting the Jacobite cause and Clan Donald.
Òran don Èideadh Ghàidhealach, 2000
Track ID : 95367
A song heralding the repeal of the Disarming Act of 1746. The poet is delighted that he can see men wearing kilts on the streets of Edinburgh and hear the bagpipes. He praises Montrose for standing...
Chunna Mise Mo Leannan, November 1965
Track ID : 24332
In the first three couplets of this waulking song, a woman tells how she saw her lover pass by the previous day on a lightly-stepping grey horse. He did not acknowledge her. The lines which follow ...
Blàr na h-Eaglaise Brice
Track ID : 91802
A Jacobite song which describes the Battle of Falkirk in 1746, between the Jacobites and the Hanoverians. It also mentions the Battle of Culloden and its aftermath, and encourages Prince Charles to...
Òran Eile air Latha Chùil Lodair
Track ID : 91804
A Jacobite song describing the Battle of Culloden in detail.
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