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O Phàil, o ho Ghràidh, 14 November 1961

Track ID : 97068

This is a waulking song. The composer feels sad as she describes the young man with whom she is in love. She sees him in the parish church. Her description of his attire suggests he is a nobleman.

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Latha Dhomh 's Mi a' Siubhal Mòintich, 14 November 1961

Track ID : 97069

In this waulking song the composer tells of the circumstances which led to her becoming an unmarried mother. She tells of the promises that had been made to her, and names the father of the child.

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A Fhleasgaich Dhuinn, Nach Truagh Leat Mi?, 14 November 1961

Track ID : 97088

The woman who composed this waulking song states that she is all alone and is pregnant. Her friends and relations are highly critical of her, and her parents are dead.

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O Hò Ro Eileanaich, 14 November 1961

Track ID : 97153

This is a fragment of a song composed to the young MacLean of Lochbuie.

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'S ann a Bhruadair Mi A-raoir, 14 November 1961

Track ID : 97066

This love song begins with a dream image of a swan on the sea. The composer expresses his sadness that he and the girl he loved have parted. He tells of his hard life at sea, and wishes he could go...

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Latha Dhomh 's Mi a' Siubhal Gleannain 'Illean ò Rò Bha Hò, 14 November 1961

Track ID : 97079

The composer of this waulking song tells of meeting a man who asks her what is on her mind. She tells him she will not choose him as she prefers the son of the tacksman.

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A Fhleasgaich Dhuinn an Truagh Leat Mi?, October 1962

Track ID : 39477

In this waulking song, the composer describes how she is pregnant and has been abandoned by her lover. Her family are angry with her.

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Air Fàill Ill Ò Rò 's a Fhleasgaich Bhàin, October 1962

Track ID : 39514

This is a song by a peasant girl who loves a man who belongs to the landed gentry. Others have warned her about him, but she cannot sleep as she is thinking about him. She is hurt, however, by the ...

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Hò Fàil O-ho Ghràidh, October 1962

Track ID : 39436

This is a waulking song. The composer feels sad as she describes the young man with whom she is in love. She sees him in the parish church. Her description of his attire suggests he is a nobleman.

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O Hì O Hà Mo Luaidh Mo Leanabh, October 1962

Track ID : 39438

This is a lullaby in which a mother expresses her grief that as she was not married, her child has been refused baptism. She advises other young girls not to give their love to a man so easily.

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