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A Fhleasgaich an Fhuilt Chraobhaich Chais, July 1953

Track ID : 1813

Contributors : Ross, Margaret (448)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A woman's love song. She praises the young man's beautiful hair but also tells that his handsome looks have brought her nothing but grief. He deceived her and broke his promises to her. If she had ...

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Nan Robh Mi nam Smeòraich, July 1953

Track ID : 1818

Contributors : Ross, Margaret (448)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

The author wishes that he was a mavis that could fly to the place where he was young, by the shores of Loch Dunvegan. He regrets not being young anymore and living in Glasgow amongst the smoke. He ...

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Tha Iomadh Bliadhna bhon Rinn Mi Triall, 1953

Track ID : 7344

Contributors : Ross, Margaret (448)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

In this homeland song the bard tells how he left Skye many years ago, but he still thinks about his early days in the island, running barefoot here and there. Many of his companions from those days...

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Òran do dh'Iain Breac MacLeòid, 1953

Track ID : 7364

Contributors : Ross, Margaret (448)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

This song praises Iain Breac MacLeod of Dunvegan. In the first verse sung here, the Blind Harper laments his separation from Iain Breac. The other verse sung here praises Iain Breac as a soldier an...

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Cailleach Beinn a' Bhric Ho Rò, 1953

Track ID : 7391

Contributors : Ross, Margaret (448)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

This song tells of 'The old woman of Beinn a' Bhric'. She was the spirit who protected the deer. She would travel from glen to glen to find out which one was the best. The second verse sung here sa...

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Is Truagh Nach d' Rugadh Dall Mi, 1953

Track ID : 7389

Contributors : Ross, Margaret (448)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

In this song of unrequited love, William Ross wishes he had been born blind, and unable to speak, before he saw Marion Ross. He feels it would be better to be dead than to exist without her. Her ta...

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Prògram Choinnich, 29 May 1997

Track ID : 7731

Contributors : Ross, Margaret (448)

New Globe Theatre opens. The actress Margaret Ross talks about the new Globe Theatre opening in London, practically on the site of the Globe of Shakespeare's day. She discusses the history of the ...

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Prògram Choinnich, 25 February 1997

Track ID : 5582

How people change their accents and the importance of this in the company of certain people. Margaret Ross, Tony Kearney and Simon MacKenzie discuss why people change their accents and whether it'...

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Prògram Choinnich, 10 January 1996

Track ID : 19738

Attractive voices. Two actors and a scriptwriter discuss what makes one voice so appealing to listeners while another is unendurable. They believe that meaning and understanding must be apparent...

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Prògram Choinnich, 28 September 1998

Track ID : 21904

Hospital programmes on television. Margaret Ross, Dr Angus MacKinnon and Agnes Munro discuss 'Casualty' and other hospital programmes on television and whether they are a realistic representation.

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