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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 ...

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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...

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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'.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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