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Mise an seo na mo Chrùban, 30 May 1968

Track ID : 19150

A Jacobite song about the Battle of Falkirk. A man mourns the loss of his friend and describes some of the aftermath of the battle. Preceded by background information on the song in English. Infor...

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An Fhìdeag Airgid, January 1956

Track ID : 22363

A Jacobite song. Who will blow the silver whistle when the king's son [Bonnie Prince Charlie] boards the ship? The clan chiefs who will greet him on his arrival are named and he will be given only ...

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Over The Water to Charlie, 05 January 1987

Track ID : 82748

The contributor plays a Jacobite song he heard in the old times, 'Over the Water to Charlie', on the fiddle. He recites the first verse of the song.

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24.

Òran a' Phrionnsa, January 1956

Track ID : 73133

A Jacobite song on the birth of Prince Charles Edward Stuart, with much biblical imagery throughout.

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25.

Òran don Èideadh Ghàidhealach, January 1956

Track ID : 73159

A Jacobite song praising the Highland garb after the restrictions on wearing it were lifted.

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Smeòrach Chlann Raghnaill, January 1956

Track ID : 73167

A song toasting the Jacobite cause and the Clan Donald.

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Smeòrach Chlann Raghnaill, January 1956

Track ID : 73077

A song toasting the Jacobite cause and the Clan Donald.

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Smeòrach Chlann Raghnaill, January 1956

Track ID : 107130

In this song the bard praises his own clan and land, describing it as a land of heroes and poets. There are also Jacobite references in the song.

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Agus Hò Mhòrag, December 1955

Track ID : 94100

A Jacobite propaganda song where Prince Charles Edward Stuart is referred to by his epithet 'Mòrag'. A list of those who will rise up in rebellion with him is given in the song.

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An Fhìdeag Airgid, August 1970

Track ID : 66399

This is a waulking song with Jacobite references. It refers to the arrival of the Prince in Scotland.

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