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A mouth music fragment., July 1955

Track ID : 3616

A mouth music fragment.

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Granny Stewart came from Sutherland but moved to Dingwall ag..., July 1955

Track ID : 3617

Granny Stewart came from Sutherland but moved to Dingwall aged seven. She hardly spoke any Gaelic after she went there.

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At Midnight in the Vasty Hall, July 1955

Track ID : 3626

A humorous poem about fossils.

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The Woods of Blairmore, January 1952

Track ID : 19121

Verses written by Willie Mathieson for his wife. At Willie Mathieson's request, Hamish Henderson reads a love poem that Willie wrote in 1935 for his second wife, Barbara, on their Silver Wedding a...

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Fragment of a horseman's toast 'Corn mills and whisky stills..., January 1952

Track ID : 9834

Fragment of a horseman's toast, 'Corn mills and whisky stills'.

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Questions and answers at Horseman's Word initiation ceremony..., January 1952

Track ID : 9856

Questions and answers at Horseman's Word initiation ceremony. After knocking three times at the door the novice horseman is asked a series of questions, quoted by interviewer and contributor.

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The police called to a Horseman's Word initiation ceremony,..., January 1952

Track ID : 9879

The police called to a Horseman's Word initiation ceremony, and a lad taken to the asylum. Someone informed the police that a Horseman's Word ceremony was going on at Cairnie. The police came and ...

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Horseman's Word must not be written down or told to any outs..., January 1952

Track ID : 9880

Horseman's Word must not be written down or told to any outsider. The Horseman's Word must not be written down or told to any outsider, especially not to a woman. The interviewer gives as reason t...

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Horseman's grace, said as a dialogue between reporter and co..., January 1952

Track ID : 9881

Horseman's grace, said as a dialogue between interviewer and contributor.

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Lang Johnnie More, 1952

Track ID : 10113

Young Johnnie More goes to London as a soldier and falls in love with the king's daughter. The king decides to hang him. Johnnie is doped with lodomy [laudanum] and captured. He asks for a little b...

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