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Deoch Slàinte Chabar Fèidh, January 1959
Track ID : 88417
The song has three main subjects. It praises the MacKenzies and William MacKenzie (Uilleam Dubh), the fifth earl and marquess of Seaforth. It lists friendly clans who would rise with the MacKenzies...
Mise an seo na mo Chrùban, 22 May 1968
Track ID : 18948
A fragment of a Jacobite song composed by Duncan Bàn MacIntyre, describing some of the scenes of the Battle of Falkirk.
Chunna Mise Mo Leannan, November 1965
Track ID : 24332
In the first three couplets of this waulking song, a woman tells how she saw her lover pass by the previous day on a lightly-stepping grey horse. He did not acknowledge her. The lines which follow ...
Och nan och, Bu Mhì Bochdag, February 1962
Track ID : 19629
One verse fragment of a lament, love song, and Jacobite song. A widow laments the loss of her husband at Culloden.
An Fhìdeag Airgid, November 1965
Track ID : 25017
This is a waulking song with Jacobite references. It speaks of the arrival of the Prince in Scotland, and names supportive clans.
Blàr na h-Eaglaise Brice
Track ID : 91802
A Jacobite song which describes the Battle of Falkirk in 1746, between the Jacobites and the Hanoverians. It also mentions the Battle of Culloden and its aftermath, and encourages Prince Charles to...
Òran Eile air Latha Chùil Lodair
Track ID : 91804
A Jacobite song describing the Battle of Culloden in detail.
An Fhìdeag Airgid, January 1956
Track ID : 22363
A Jacobite song. Who will blow the silver whistle when the king's son [Bonnie Prince Charlie] boards the ship? The clan chiefs who will greet him on his arrival are named and he will be given only ...
An Fhìdeag Airgid, 09 May 1958
Track ID : 70761
A Jacobite song, asking who will sound the silver whistle when the king's son [Prince Charles Edward Stuart] will board a ship to come back to Scotland. The ship is of the finest and he will be gre...
Agus Hò Mhòrag, December 1955
Track ID : 94100
A Jacobite propaganda song where Prince Charles Edward Stuart is referred to by his epithet 'Mòrag'. A list of those who will rise up in rebellion with him is given in the song.
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