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Tha Ghaoth an Ear air an Adhar, 14 December 1949

Track ID : 21408

The composer of this waulking song is unhappy, as the man she loves is looking elsewhere for a wife.

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Òran Alasdair 'ic Cholla, 14 December 1949

Track ID : 21409

This waulking song, in this version, praises Alasdair, son of Colla Ciotach. The song describes how he fought at the Battle of Kilsyth in 1645, and at Cnoc nan Dos in Co. Cork in 1647. (It was ther...

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Cò Thug Mo Bhò a dh'Èirinn?, 14 December 1949

Track ID : 21410

In this little song, probably used as a clapping song, the composer asks who has taken her cow to Ireland. The cow came from Barra to Uist.

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Nìghneag a' Chùil Duinn nach Fhan Thu, 14 December 1949

Track ID : 21412

This waulking song is a man's love song for a fair-haired girl, who seems to have rejected him. He thinks about the happy times they spent together.

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Latha Dhomh 's Mi Siubhal Sléibhe, 14 December 1949

Track ID : 21413

The composer of this waulking song tells of meeting a beautiful woman who asked if he or she had been in Ireland. She asked about the news from Sleat and if Donald gorm was betrothed.

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Na Dòmhnallaich an Eige., 15 December 1949

Track ID : 21415

The MacDonalds of Eigg. According to oral tradition, the first MacDonald on the island was Ronald, the son of the bard Alasdair mac Mhaighstir Alasdair. His son Angus was a bailiff of Clanranald a...

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Bàs Dhòmhnaill Dhuibh an Canaigh., 15 December 1949

Track ID : 21419

The death of Black Donald in Canna. Black Donald, son of Clanranald, was a strong, but violent man. One time, whilst going to Moidart from Uist, he was forced to stay in Canna due to stormy weathe...

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28.

Chuala Pàdraig Dòmhnall Dubh, 15 December 1949

Track ID : 21420

How Black Donald forsook his faith. A verse made by a MacCodrum about Black Donald losing his faith.

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29.

Port an Dannsa Eigich, 15 December 1949

Track ID : 21421

This is the Gaelic vocal dance tune sung for the 'Eigg War Dance'.

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30.

Sgiobaireachd Chlann Raghnaill, 28 December 1949

Track ID : 21440

Mr Campbell reads and recites all sixteen sections of Bìrlinn Chlann Raghnaill. It tells the story of a voyage made by Clanranald's galley, from Loch Eynort in South Uist to Carrickfergus in Irelan...

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