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Am Bothan a bh' aig Fionnghala, August 1990

Track ID : 99488

Contributors : Currie, Duncan (4244)
Interviewers : MacDonald, Jo (3772)

This is a mouth music song with a chorus in canntaireachd. It has local references.

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Òran do Bheataidh, 18 August 1959

Track ID : 47705

Contributors : MacDonald, Angus (5151)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

In this song a man is very sad. Although he was out hunting there is now nobody to welcome him home. He laments the death of his wife who now lies in a coffin. His heart is in despair because his b...

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Ghearain croitear ri Mac 'ic Ailein gun robh na fèidh a' dèa..., 18 August 1959

Track ID : 47929

Contributors : MacDonald, Angus (5151)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A crofter complained to MacDonald of Clanranald that the deer were causing him great loss. It was snowing and the deer kept coming to eat a South Uist crofter's corn in the yard. He complained to ...

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A Mhairead Òg, 18 August 1959

Track ID : 47932

Contributors : MacDonald, Angus (5151)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A man's love song; a lament for his sweetheart, Mairead. His mother disapproved of his choice of sweetheart and when he saw Mairead going out to the river, she told him that she had seen a lovely w...

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An Ùine tha Iain gun a Bhiadh, 19 May 1949

Track ID : 40856

Contributors : MacInnes, John (3960)

A fragment of a song which makes reference to a man called Iain and the amount of time he has gone without eating.

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6.

Cha Tèid Mise Cha Tèid Mi, 02 November 1950

Track ID : 26674

Fieldworkers : MacInnes, John (3960)

This is a fragment from a waulking song in which the composer says that she will not go with the joiner's son. She will not go with the factor's son either. He is just a silly lad.

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Tha am fiosraiche a' gabhail frìth, a' toirt a-steach ainmea..., 02 November 1950

Track ID : 26676

Fieldworkers : MacInnes, John (3960)

An example of divination using the names of the Trinity, St Bride and Mary.

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8.

Dòmhnall Dubh nan Gobhar, 02 November 1950

Track ID : 26678

Fieldworkers : MacInnes, John (3960)

This is a piece of mouth music in the rhythm of a reel. The chorus is about black-haired Donald who tends goats, and who will be found among the heather. The first verse says that the composer like...

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Dòmhnall Dubh nan Gobhar, 02 November 1950

Track ID : 26680

Fieldworkers : MacInnes, John (3960)

This is a piece of mouth music in the rhythm of a reel. The chorus is about black-haired Donald who tends goats, and who will be found among the heather. The first verse says that the composer like...

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10.

Am Bothan a bh' aig Fionnghal, 02 November 1950

Track ID : 26682

Fieldworkers : MacInnes, John (3960)

This port-à-beul begins with lines in which the blacksmith states that he will go courting. The chorus lines contain piping vocables.

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