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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.

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Deasbad goirid mu na fir a' cuideachadh aig an luadh., November 1965

Track ID : 95843

A short discussion about men helping at waulkings.

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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...

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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 ...

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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...

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O Bà Bà Mo Leanabh, November 1965

Track ID : 97610

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)

A 2-line fragment of a lullaby.

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Unknown, 26 July 1969

Track ID : 89017

Contributors : Bain, Aly, 1946- (6151)

Aly Bain plays a traditional Shetland reel which he thinks sounds very Irish.

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Mo Ghaol, mo Ghràdh, is m' Eudail Thu, November 1965

Track ID : 95783

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)

This is a hymn which tells the story of the birth of Christ. It is in the form of a lullaby.

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Hò i u hao i u, hò lioba cò leathag, November 1965

Track ID : 95785

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)

This is a clapping song about a man who was going wooing and faced the threat of being tied up.

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Tha mo Bhreacan-sa fon Dìle, November 1965

Track ID : 95841

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)

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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