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Mhaighdeannan a' Choire Dhuibh/Dà Thàbh air an Fhairidh, June 1957

Track ID : 110068

This is a vocal dance tune in strathspey style. In it, the composer expresses a wish to be near the 'maidens of the Black Corrie'. The 'maidens' are a reference to an illicit still.

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Òran an t-Saighdeir, June 1957

Track ID : 110070

A fragment of a song about a man who met a recruiting sergeant while he was in Edinburgh. He went with him to an inn and enlisted.

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Air Latha Dhomh sa Bhàta, June 1957

Track ID : 110071

The composer describes meeting a pretty girl on a boat. He addressed her in Gaelic, but discovered she was from Edinburgh and could not speak Gaelic. He goes on to give a description of her.

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Dealan-dè, 14 February 1986

Track ID : 27705

Sixty years of marriage. Cailean MacLean talks to James Campbell and his wife who have been married for 60 years. He asks why their marriage has been so successful and also if they have any advice...

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Dealan-dè, 01 October 1985

Track ID : 24043

Sixty years married. James Campbell and his wife Mary Ann have been sixty years married. They talk about how they met, their wedding (in 1925), where they stayed, why their marriage was so success...

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Brochan Lom, 25 February 1984

Track ID : 74534

A ditty about thin and weak porridge.

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Am Muileann Dubh, 25 February 1984

Track ID : 74535

A mouth music song about the black mill and all that it contained.

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Chuirinn mo Bhalachan a Shiubhal a' Gharbhlaich, 25 February 1984

Track ID : 74536

A mouth music song in which a young lad is sent to the pastures to hunt and to keep the foxes away from the calves.

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Còmhradh mu dheidhinn mar a bhiodh Dòmhnall Ruadh agus bàird..., 25 February 1984

Track ID : 74309

Discussion about how Dòmhnall Ruadh and other bards put tunes to their songs.

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Cnoc nan Craobh, 25 February 1984

Track ID : 74347

In this song the bard talks of the times he and his sweetheart met and courted on Cnoc nan Craobh. Composed by Dòmhnall Ruadh for the girl who became his wife.

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