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81.

Fiacaill Màiri Mhór an t-Saighdeir, April 1951

Track ID : 35126

One time, Big Mary had toothache, and so she went to seek help from Aonghas Clèireach at his shop. He tied one end of a thread to her big toe, and the other end to her tooth. He then jabbed her wit...

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82.

Òran an t-Saighdeir, 23 May 1951

Track ID : 35131

In this song a soldier tells how he was persuaded to join the army, and why he regrets doing so.

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83.

O Mo Dhùthaich 's Tù th' air m' Aire, 23 May 1951

Track ID : 35133

This is an emigrant song in which the bard tells how he misses South Uist. He tells of conditions in Manitoba, and states that people were persuaded to go there by lies.

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84.

Mo Chridhe, Gheall e Mòran Dhomh, 23 May 1951

Track ID : 35135

These verses come from a song composed by the bard after the death of his wife. When he married, he had high hopes of happiness. He is sad as he remembers his wife's love for her children.

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85.

Chuirinn Mo Bhalachan, 23 May 1951

Track ID : 35137

This port-à-beul is a jig, in which the composer says he would send his little lad, dog, lead shot, and powder to keep the fox from the cattle.

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86.

'S Fheudar Dhomh Mo Ghùn a Dhèanamh, 23 May 1951

Track ID : 35138

This is a port-a-beul in strathspey style. It is about a gown.

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87.

Chopin Walzer

Track ID : 41398

Margaret Fay Shaw playing on her Steinway.

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88.

Miss Drummond of Perth/Mrs MacLeod of Raasay, 25 December 1947

Track ID : 41884

This is the strathspey 'Miss Drummond of Perth' played on the fiddle with piano accompaniment. It is followed by the reel 'Mrs MacLeod of Raasay'.

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89.

Loudon's Bonnie Woods and Braes, 25 December 1947

Track ID : 41908

The strathspey 'Loudon's Bonnie Woods and Braes' played on the piano and accompanied by the spoons.

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90.

Mrs MacLeod of Raasay, 25 December 1947

Track ID : 41909

The reel 'Mrs MacLeod of Raasay' played on the piano and accompanied by the spoons.

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