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Slan gu Faicear Raghnall Òg, November 1955

Track ID : 50645

The bard tells of his hopes for young Ronald (MacDonald). He also praises John of Moidart.

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Nuair Théid Raghnall Òg le Bhrataich, November 1955

Track ID : 50646

The informant tells that this is a song about Clan Ranald. It is a song in praise of young Ronald (MacDonald).

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Bràth, Bràth, Bleith ó, November 1955

Track ID : 50649

Quern song. A bannock will be baked if the grain is ground. Only three lines of the song are sung in this fragment.

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Am Bainne cho Tiugh ris a' Bhlàthaich, November 1955

Track ID : 50650

A song about a witch stealing milk. In this fragment of a song milk as thick as buttermilk is milked using a hook and pot-hanger, while the song that Fionn had was being sung.

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Im Ba Him Bó Chailleach, November 1955

Track ID : 50651

Sowens/Churning Song. In this song mention is made of an old lady and heating black containers. She is told not to make something too thick or too runny and she is told to put only a little butter ...

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Slan gum Faicear Raghnall Òg, November 1955

Track ID : 50475

A song in praise of Raghnall Òg (MacDonald). John of Moidart is also praised.

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Nuair a Thèid Raghnall Òg le Bhrataich, November 1955

Track ID : 50476

A short fragment of a song in praise of Raghnall Òg of Clanranald.

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Brà, Brà, Bleith o, November 1955

Track ID : 50481

A short example of a quern song.

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Im ba him bo Chailleach, November 1955

Track ID : 50482

A short example of a song for working with sowens.

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Am Bainne Cho Tiugh ris a' Bhlàthaich, November 1955

Track ID : 50484

A mouth music song about an old woman, Cailleach Uilleim Mhòir, and her dairy products. She sang a rhyme which Fionn used to recite.

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