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Fir a' cuideachadh aig luadh., November 1965
Track ID : 95840
Men helping at a waulking. Dòmhnall a' Mhorghain from Bolnabodach used to sing a song when the women were tired.
Deasbad goirid mu na fir a' cuideachadh aig an luadh., November 1965
Track ID : 95843
A short discussion about men helping at waulkings.
Disagreements between the Church and the Bard., 28 May 1968
Track ID : 19133
Disagreements between the Church and the Bard. Some people disapprove of Calum Nicolson and his songs. Some ministers would consider his poetry vain; others would think his work is good. On one oc...
Calum Nicolson's views on education and his younger days., 28 May 1968
Track ID : 19138
Calum Nicolson's views on education and his younger days. Calum Nicolson is a great believer in education, but does not like the effect it has on some people, believing they are above others. His ...
Freedom Come All Ye, 02 June 1968
Track ID : 92036
This song says there is a storm of change blowing through the world, which will unseat the rogues in power. No more will our young men go to war on a braggart's whim, nor our children mourn them, n...
O Bà Bà Mo Leanabh, November 1965
Track ID : 97610
A 2-line fragment of a lullaby.
Unknown, 26 July 1969
Track ID : 89017
Aly Bain plays a traditional Shetland reel which he thinks sounds very Irish.
Mo Ghaol, mo Ghràdh, is m' Eudail Thu, November 1965
Track ID : 95783
This is a hymn which tells the story of the birth of Christ. It is in the form of a lullaby.
Hò i u hao i u, hò lioba cò leathag, November 1965
Track ID : 95785
This is a clapping song about a man who was going wooing and faced the threat of being tied up.
Tha mo Bhreacan-sa fon Dìle, November 1965
Track ID : 95841
This waulking song is a soldier's song. In it, he complains that his plaid is wet and ruined. This was the song which Dòmhnall a' Mhorghain used to sing at the waulking.
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