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SA1970.271

Track ID : 116256

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SA1982.107

Track ID : 120027

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SA1982.108

Track ID : 120028

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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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Tobhta an t-Seann Taigh, 08 February 1988

Track ID : 55325

The composer was inspired to compose this song of nostalgia upon seeing the ruins of her mother's old home. The song looks back to days gone by and the kind of life they had in the old home.

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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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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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A Chatrìona Òg, 1996

Track ID : 98275

Contributors : MacColl, Allan (625)

In this song the author says that he is desolate because the beautiful girl he loved has died. She was killed by his gun. His mother sent him down to the water to hunt for a duck but he didn't know...

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Saoil an till mi a-chaoidh, 2001

Track ID : 95610

A song of nostalgia and longing for the Isle of Lewis by a man who emigrated to America. He wishes to return to his homeland and be buried at Dalmore.

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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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