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SA1982.107

Track ID : 120027

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SA1970.271

Track ID : 116256

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SA1982.108

Track ID : 120028

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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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An Cùl Bachalach, November 1965

Track ID : 25260

Contributors : MacKinnon, Mary (377)

In this song Beathag Mhòr tells of her deep love for a Skye nobleman called Martin of Bealach. According to tradition, she bore him two sons. Martin however abandoned her, and married a member of t...

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Mo Chùbhrachan 's a Chùl ri Làr, November 1965

Track ID : 24742

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)

This is a version of a well-known cradle song. According to some stories, the song was composed by a woman whose child had been stolen by the fairies. It tells of her fruitless search for the missi...

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Gheibh Thu Caoraich, Gheibh Thu Crodh, April 1957

Track ID : 94459

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A lullaby to a little boy, promising him a great wealth of cattle and sheep, and that he will be a great mariner who will not suffer from sea-sickness.

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Caidil, Caidil, April 1957

Track ID : 94472

Fieldworkers : Ross, James (406)

A lullaby to a young child named Morag.

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O Leigibh Leotha Mi, November 1965

Track ID : 97600

Contributors : Morrison, Mary (2415)

This is a little lullaby about chasing goats, sheep and deer.

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O 'S Fhada Bhuainn Anna, August 1970

Track ID : 1595

Contributors : MacKinnon, Mary (377)

In this waulking song, the composer wishes for four fair youths who would sail to Uist. Anna is said to have refused the son of the tacksman of Berneray.

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