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Mi Fhìn agus Tu Fhèin, Thu Fhèin, 08 August 1956

Track ID : 25274

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A humorous ditty about a man's decision on whom he was going to wed, but when he returned from his voyage there was no sign of her.

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Teann A-nall Ailean Thugam, 08 August 1956

Track ID : 25276

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A humorous mouth music song teasing a boy named Allan.

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Chan e Taigh air am bi Tughadh, 08 August 1956

Track ID : 18980

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A humorous night-visiting song. The girl wishes for a new house with water and carpets rather than an old thatched cottage. She'll settle for Catriona's son if she can't get Anna's. The couple were...

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Cò Nì Mire Rium, 20 July 1956

Track ID : 19264

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A waulking/clapping song by a young man who is wondering who will flirt with him. He meets a young girl one day when walking on the moors. She is picking flowers by the side of a pool. He went over...

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Cha Tèid Mi Do Chille Mhoire, 20 July 1956

Track ID : 19266

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

She will not go to Kilmuir and will not meet with Murdo. She praises him for his blue eyes and says she would go with him through the three glens.

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O ho hao Nach Till Thu a' Chlann, 30 July 1959

Track ID : 106591

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

The contributor explains the background to this short waulking song, in which one parent asks the other to bring back the children.

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The Devil in the Kitchen, 30 July 1959

Track ID : 106595

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

The strathspey 'The Devil in the Kitchen' is diddled.

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Latha a Bha an Ridire ag Òl, 30 July 1959

Track ID : 106601

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A long waulking song which has elements of Ossianic poetry and names characters from these tales, including Fionn, Conan, Conn and Bran.

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Air Tìr A-raoir 's air Muir A-nochd ('S o ail o ail aidi am), 30 July 1959

Track ID : 106609

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A light-hearted ditty of the kind common among the girls who worked in the fishing industry. Love and courting are the general themes of the song.

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10.

Mo Chuachag Laghach Thu, 08 August 1959

Track ID : 106615

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A vocal dance tune with a love theme. It is composed to a pipe reel.

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