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Òran air Blàr na h-Eaglaise Brice, 11 October 1957

Track ID : 93669

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

This song describes some of the fighting at the Battle of Falkirk as the Jacobites retreated north. It also makes mention of the Jacobite defeat at Culloden and expresses the wish that Prince Charl...

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A Rìgh tha an Cathair nam Feartan, 1985

Track ID : 91637

A Jacobite song and elegy to Sir Hector MacLean. He is praised as a leader of men, a soldier, and a loyal Jacobite by the side of Prince Charles. The clan is distressed that it was not possible to ...

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Chunnacas Bean san Tùr na Suidhe, 1978

Track ID : 89350

This song tells of a woman sitting at a window in a tower combing her long, fair hair.

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Òran Eile don Phrionnsa, 1994

Track ID : 101830

Contributors : Mull Gaelic Choir (8618)

This Jacobite song welcomes Prince Charles Edward Stuart, whom the poet describes as the choicest of leaders.

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Deoch Slàinte Chabar Fèidh, January 1959

Track ID : 88417

Contributors : MacLean, Archie (8839)
Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

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...

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Òran dhan Èideadh Ghàidhealach, 1985

Track ID : 91701

Contributors : Largs Gaelic Choir (9198)

A song heralding the repeal of the Disarming Act of 1746. The poet is delighted that he can see men wearing kilts on the streets of Edinburgh and hear the bagpipes. He praises Montrose for standing...

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Òran air Latha Chùil Lodair, 11 October 1957

Track ID : 93587

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A Jacobite song which gives a contemporary account of the Battle of Culloden.

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Òran don Èideadh Ghàidhealach, 2002

Track ID : 95897

A song heralding the repeal of the Disarming Act of 1746. The poet is delighted that he can see men wearing kilts on the streets of Edinburgh and hear the bagpipes. He praises Montrose for standing...

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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.

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Highland Wedding (Action Song), 1978

Track ID : 88740

An action song, set at a wedding in the Highlands at the time of the Jacobite rising. The guests express their delight at the news that Prince Charles Edward Stuart has returned to Scotland (Òran E...

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