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Ainmean-àite Mhuile., 12 November 1969
Track ID : 88204
Place names of Mull. A collection of place names from the Ross of Mull. These include the following: Loch Caol; Sloc an Ùraisg; Uamh Sheumais Innseanaich; Eilean an Daimh; Port a' Bhàta; Creag na ...
Ainmean-àite Mhuile., 29 September 1960
Track ID : 80387
Place names of Mull. A collection of place names in the vicinity of Loch Scridain. These include the following: Rubha nam Fairichean; Eilean an Daimh; Carraig MhicDhùghaill; Loch Làthaich; Sgeir B...
Naidheachd bheag mu Theàrlach Mòr mac a' Mhinisteir a bha na..., June 1953
Track ID : 347
Information on Teàrlach Mòr mac a' Mhinisteir, who was a very strong man.
Sgeulachd bheag mun àm a bha Gilleasbaig MacIlleathain (Còir..., June 1953
Track ID : 349
The story of Gilleasbaig MacLean (Còirneal na Sgurra) fighting a very strong woman.
Bhathar ag ràdh gun robh gàirdeanan uabhasach fada aig Sir A..., June 1953
Track ID : 364
Sir Allan MacLean (Ailean na h-Innse) was said to have very long arms.
Mar a fhuair Colla Ciotach rabhadh., June 1953
Track ID : 365
Colla Ciotach and the warning. The Campbells came after Colla Ciotach (MacDonald), but he was warned by their piper, who played 'A Cholla mo rùin, seachain an dùn'.
A' bhean-sìthe agus am beathach cruidh., June 1953
Track ID : 374
The fairy woman and the cow. A woman lost a cow, and found it had gone over the cliff. When she found it, a fairy woman was sitting beside it. She advised the woman to eat it.
Ho Rò Ho Rò Mo Chaileag, c. June 1953
Track ID : 3765
In this love song a man sends greetings from Barra to the girl he loves in the Ross of Mull.
Ho Rò Mo Thogair an Dràm, c. June 1953
Track ID : 3775
This is a lively and humorous song about strong drink and its effects.
Mo Chailin Ghrinn Deas Urramach, c. June 1953
Track ID : 3777
This is a man's love song for the beautiful brown-haired girl he loves, who has gone to Glasgow. She often raised his spirits.
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