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Mar a dh'innis balach dha athair nach robh a mhuime a' toirt..., 1971

Track ID : 48941

How a son told his father that his stepmother wasn't giving him meat. A boy had a stepmother. A cow was killed, but the boy was only given the liver to eat. One night he was asked what the weather...

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Chuir Iain Casan Ùr air Dhomh, September 1969

Track ID : 50579

Humorous verses composed by the contributor for the new supports the interviewer has put under the microphone of his recorder. He did not have these the previous year.

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Chuir Iain Casan Ùr air Dhomh, September 1969

Track ID : 50634

Humorous verses composed by the contributor for the new supports the interviewer has put under the microphone of his recorder. He did not have these the previous year.

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Thoir Mo Bheannachd gu Mo Charaid, September 1974

Track ID : 58437

A song of gratitude composed by the contributor, in thanks to Donald Archie, who sent her £8 when she was in dire need of it.

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25.

Faclan mu mharbhadh chaorach., October 1977

Track ID : 63158

Words relating to sheep carcasses.

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26.

Barraich ag òl deoch-tiodhlacaidh a' bhodaich 's e fhathast..., 1970

Track ID : 60462

Barra people enjoying funeral whisky while the dying man lived. An old Barra man on his deathbed realised that the family were making free with the jar of whisky which had been got for his funeral...

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Ho Bhiast-dubh Hè Bhiast-dubh, 1970

Track ID : 60440

A song about an otter that came ashore on Pabay.

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28.

Facail a' buntainn ri bàthaichean., August 1968

Track ID : 48182

Words relating to barns.

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29.

Ruidhleadh an Gille Cam, 1978

Track ID : 71980

A mouth music song about the way a lad danced. The contributor learned it from a minister, who won a prize for singing it at the Games in Uist.

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Do Dhòmhnall Eairdsidh, 1978

Track ID : 70571

This is a verse composed by the contributor for Donald Archie MacDonald of the School of Scottish Studies.

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