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Bàs Maighstir Seòras Rigg, August 1959

Track ID : 106663

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

This lament describes the sorrow felt by the community at the news of the death of Fr George Rigg. His charity and kindness to all is praised. The bard describes how the priest cared for those who ...

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O Gur Tùrsach, Tùrsach Mi, 16 October 1997

Track ID : 99308

The bard tells how he was brought up in Uist. He describes the machair and remembers those buried in Hallan graveyard. He also thinks of the men killed in the First World War. The Daliburgh communi...

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Sa Mhadainn Mhoch Disathairne, December 1965

Track ID : 93108

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)

This lament describes the sorrow felt by the community at the news of the death of Fr George Rigg. His charity and kindness to all is praised. The bard describes how the priest cared for those who ...

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Òran do Mhaighstir Rigg, c. 1958

Track ID : 45211

Elegy composed by Kenneth Paterson, when Father George Rigg died in Daliburgh in 1897. Fr Rigg died of typhus, which he contracted as a result of caring for people who were suffering from the disease.

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'S Ro Dhuilich, Dhuilich, Dhuilich E, 01 June 1974

Track ID : 79600

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)

An elegy to the priest Fr George Rigg of Daliburgh, who died at a young age after contracting typhus, as a result of helping the sick.

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O Gur Tùrsach, Tùrsach Mi, July 1970

Track ID : 26433

The bard states that he was brought up in Uist. He describes the machair, and remembers those buried in Hallan graveyard. He also thinks of the men killed in the Great War. The Daliburgh community ...

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O Gur Tùrsach, Tùrsach Mi, 13 November 1970

Track ID : 108664

The bard speaks of his upbringing in Uist. He describes the machair, and remembers those buried in Hallan graveyard. He also thinks of the men killed in the Great War. The Daliburgh community is pr...

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Dithis pheathraichean ag iarraidh cuideachadh air na spiorad..., May 1959

Track ID : 42085

Two sisters asked the spirits for help. Two sisters were coming home from the mill with meal late at night when their cart became stuck near Hallan graveyard. They had to let the horse go. One ask...

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