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Fàilte air a' Bhaile, 24 April 1985

Track ID : 52691

Praise for one part of the Paible area in North Uist. Ena MacDonald describes what she sees from the window of her house in the Paible area of North Uist. She names the hills and villages that she...

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Cleachdaidhean tiodhlacaidh, croitearachd, iasgach, agus nit..., 16 June 1969

Track ID : 87659

Fieldworkers : Fraser, Ian, 1941- (1511)

Funeral customs, crofting, fishing, and supernatural beings. Information on the following subjects: funeral customs (including the consumption of whisky, biscuits and cheese); crofting (cattle and...

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Obair dachaigh air a' chroit., 1970

Track ID : 68218

Crofting chores. Discussion about morning chores on the croft. The cows were milked and sometimes the sheep if the cows were dry. A few people kept goats. Mention of resting the peat fires at nigh...

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O Bà Mo Leanabh, 21 July 1950

Track ID : 25501

A Gaelic lullaby in which a mother tells of her sadness, as she has been abandoned by the man she loved.

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Cò Thug Mo Bhò a dh'Èirinn?, 14 December 1949

Track ID : 21410

In this little song, probably used as a clapping song, the composer asks who has taken her cow to Ireland. The cow came from Barra to Uist.

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Cò gu Leigeadh na Gamhna a Dheoghal, 03 May 1960

Track ID : 45379

This is a Gaelic lullaby.

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Eala air a' Chuan, 01 May 1958

Track ID : 45813

In this love song the composer tells of a dream in which he saw a swan swimming in the sea. The girl he loved beguiled him when he was young and foolish, but has been enticed from him.

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O Hò Ro Eileanaich, 05 December 1963

Track ID : 97234

Contributors : Munro, Mary (5305)

This is part of a song composed to the young MacLean of Lochbuie. If he has been drowned she will be without support.

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Gaol a' Chruidh, Gràdh a' Chruidh, March 1938

Track ID : 39147

This milking song expresses the milkmaid's affection for her little heifer. Even though the cattle belonging to other people stayed away, her heifer would come.

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'S Moch an-Diugh a Rinn mi Èirigh, 30 January 1964

Track ID : 88909

In this waulking song, a girl tells of her sadness, as she climbs the mountain. She sees some nobles coming. Her lover is not with them. He is described as being a hunter.

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