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Sheila Stewart's song making., August 1955
Track ID : 30842
Sheila Stewart's song making. Sheila Stewart first made a song about three years previously [i.e. 1952], about her father and mother and other family members. She says she has only made one song, ...
Biodh an Deoch sa air Làimh mo Rùin, August 1955
Track ID : 30851
This fragment of a waulking song begins with a couplet which drinks the health of King James.
Where Hamish Henderson's people came from, and talk of the c..., July 1955
Track ID : 8377
Where Hamish Henderson's people came from, and talk of the clearances in Strathkildonan and Strathnaver.
A Mhàiri Bhàn Òg, August 1953
Track ID : 97161
This love song was composed for the bard's young, newly-wed wife. His affection for her is obvious from the sentiments expressed in the song.
Prologue/First Elegy, October 1964
Track ID : 98476
Hamish Henderson reads the Prologue and First Elegy from his collection of war poetry, 'Elegies for the Dead in Cyrenaica'.
Hamish Henderson looks back on previous cèilidhs., October 1953
Track ID : 85253
Hamish Henderson looks back on previous cèilidhs. Master of ceremony Hamish Henderson introduces the cèilidh and refers to those who took part in previous years. In the first year of the People's ...
The Mains o Rhynie, May 1954
Track ID : 30136
The singer of this ballad meets 'Lang Jock Scott' who asks if he is willing to join the S. R. A. [Scottish Republican Army].
Brief introductions of the singers for a cèilidh: Annie Arno..., May 1954
Track ID : 30620
Brief introductions of the singers for a cèilidh: Annie Arnott, Jimmy MacBeath, John MacDonald, Enoch Kent and Stewart Lowden.
Biographical and family history information about Christina..., 17 October 1972
Track ID : 70390
Biographical and family history information about Christina Stewart; her brother James; Davie Stewart, the Iron Man. Christina Stewart lists the types of work she has done: at the flax, the peat m...
Two Liddesdale anecdotes involving witty remarks., 1970
Track ID : 67729
Two Liddesdale anecdotes involving witty remarks. Willie Scott reads the story he tells in John Byers' 'History of Liddesdale'. Belle the Post always used to stop for a half or two of whisky at a ...
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