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Greenland, 1956

Track ID : 3142

A recited fragment of the song 'Greenland': Wi plenty o brass and a braw young lass We'll make the tavern roar, We only sail tae catch the whale, We'll soon return to the shore.

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Ten Thousand Miles Away, 1956

Track ID : 3143

Recited fragments of the song 'Ten Thousand Miles Away' in which a man recalls when his sweetheart was transported: Twas on a dark and stormy night when last I saw my Peg, She'd a government band ...

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23.

Josie Watt is my Name, my Name, 1956

Track ID : 3144

Recited fragments of a bothy-style song about a poet and local worthy in Ballindalloch: Josie Watt is my name, my name, To you I'll ne'er deny, In Cairnie parish I was born, And learned the Gael...

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No blue songs in Glenlivet., 1956

Track ID : 3067

No blue songs in Glenlivet. There are none of the roch [rough] songs in Glenlivet, possibly because the area used to be Gaelic-speaking. Gaelic songs are quieter.

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Lord Barnaby, 1956

Track ID : 3181

Fragments of the ballad 'Lord Barnaby'. Adam Lamb recites a verse: "Rise up, rise up, you little Lord Gray, Pit on your stockins an sheen, Let it never be said when we are dead That I slew a naked...

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The Baron o Braikley, 1956

Track ID : 3187

Fragments recited, with a narrative account interspersed. Brackley's wife calls on him, saying there are swords at the castle gate. He goes out and challenges the men either to come in peacefully, ...

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Edom o Gordon, 1956

Track ID : 3192

A recited fragment of the ballad 'Edom o Gordon': Edom o Gordon says til his men, "We maun draw til a ha. And whatna ha will we go til, My merry men and me? We'll off to the castle [o] Corgarff, ...

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Newmill, 1956

Track ID : 3149

Recited fragments of a song: I left Kinellar's bonnie braes, Ah likit them weel aneuch, And I fee'd tae a greedy carl That bides in the Guise o Tough. Ah hadna been there a day b...

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Replacement of Gaelic by English; anecdotes about Highland E..., 1956

Track ID : 3156

Replacement of Gaelic by English; anecdotes about Highland English. Gaelic was last spoken in Glenlivet about 150 years previously. There was a local man who remembered as a boy, about 110 years a...

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Glenlivet and the Jacobite cause; the College of Scalan; chi..., 1956

Track ID : 3157

Glenlivet and the Jacobite cause; the College of Scalan; chief families. One of the Fleeman [Fleming] family from the Glack was wounded at Culloden and his house was burned when the government for...

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