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Guidhe don Phrionnsa, 29 January 1988

Track ID : 63805

A recitation of the poem 'Guidhe don Phrionnsa', believed to have been composed by a Skyeman at the time that Prince Charles Edward Stuart was a fugitive.

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An Suaicheantas Bàn, 29 January 1988

Track ID : 40507

Interviewers : MacDonald, Jo (3772)

The poet Sorley MacLean recites an elegy composed by William Ross for Prince Charles Edward Stuart [Bonnie Prince Charlie]. Dr Alasdair MacLean gives a background to the poem.

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Tràighean, 03 July 1974

Track ID : 44115

Sorley MacLean reads his own poem, 'Tràighean'.

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Am Mùr Gorm, 03 July 1974

Track ID : 44116

Sorley MacLean reads his own poem, 'Am Mùr Gorm'.

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An Sgian, 03 July 1974

Track ID : 44117

Sorley MacLean reads his own poem, 'An Sgian'.

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Reothart, 03 July 1974

Track ID : 44086

Sorley MacLean reads his own poem, 'Reothart'. It was composed in hospital in Inverness in 1943, after coming home wounded from Africa.

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Fo Sheòl, 04 July 1974

Track ID : 44133

Sorley MacLean reads his own poem, 'Fo Sheòl'.

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Crìonnachd, 04 July 1974

Track ID : 44134

Sorley MacLean reads his own poem, 'Crìonnachd'.

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Camhanaich, 04 July 1974

Track ID : 44135

Sorley MacLean reads his own poem, 'Camhanaich'.

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An Tathaich, 04 July 1974

Track ID : 44136

Sorley MacLean reads his own poem, 'An Tathaich'.

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