Pìobaireachd Dhòmhnaill Duibh
Date 02 September 1953
Track ID 46111
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Track Information

Original Track ID

SA1953.141.A6

Original Tape ID

SA1953.141

Summary

This song gives a picture of the battlefield at Inverlochy and the piping of Dòmhnall Dubh. It speaks of the banners on the battlefield and tells of how the MacIntoshes escaped but how the clan Cameron held their ground.

The contributor heard this song from Anna nighean a' Phìobaire Bhàin, who was the aunt of Dòmhnall Ruadh.

Item Notes

Three verses sung. The Clan Cameron is known as Clann Dhòmhnaill Duibh, and the chief always referred to as Mac Dhòmhnaill Duibh.

Item Location

County - Inverness-shire

Parish - Kilmonivaig

Village - Inverlochy

Language

Gaelic

Genre

Song

Collection

SoSS