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Cò Leis Tha 'n Crodh Druimfhionn Ud Thall?, June 1954

Track ID : 20157

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

This short lullaby in the pibroch song tradition asks "Whose are those white-backed cattle yonder?".

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Hothan agus hothan ò, February 1957

Track ID : 85120

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A lullaby telling how the cattle perished during the winter.

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Bheir Mi Òro Bha Hò, 19 December 1958

Track ID : 88085

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

In this song a man declares his love for his sweetheart and hopes that he will be able to marry her one day.

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A Sheana-bhean Bhochd, June 1954

Track ID : 85838

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A cradle song/lullaby. A poor old woman is invited to stay, as it's dark outside.

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Giullan Geal Thu, November 1964

Track ID : 72297

Fieldworkers : Ross, Anne (352)

This love song praises the 'giullan geal' (the pure young man) who would ascend the peaks with his hound. The song praises the man for his nobility.

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A Fhleasgaich Òig as Ceanalta, May 1954

Track ID : 19110

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

This is a woman's love song in which the composer says she will leave her family and follow the man she loves. He is named as Alastair MacDonald, and described as a hunter and skipper.

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O Mo Dhùthaich 's Tu th' air m' Aire, November 1963

Track ID : 32099

In this song an emigrant thinks of Uist. He tells why he is deeply unhappy in Manitoba. He would gladly return home if he could.

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'S Mòr Mo Chùram 's Mi ga Stiùireadh, November 1963

Track ID : 32101

In this sailing song, the composer is on his way to Van Diemen's Land. The voyage is a very stormy one and the ship's sails are damaged. The composer sends greetings to the girl he loves in Islay. ...

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A Cholla Mo Rùin, November 1963

Track ID : 32103

In this fragment of a pibroch song the singer warns Colla to avoid the fort.

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Màiri Dhonn Bhòidheach Dhonn, November 1963

Track ID : 32136

This is a sailing song in which the bard praises his boat called 'Màiri Dhonn'. It cuts its way speedily through the waves. The contributor remarks that this is not all of the song.

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