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The Glasgow and Harris Gathering, 1976

Item is an audio recording of Gaelic songs, fiddle and bagpipe selections.

Association Pipers - Bagpipe selections

MacLennan, Finlay - Presidential welcome

Morrison, Murdo, D.S.M. - Chairman's remarks

MacLeod, Margaret - "Tha m'eudail 's m'aighearr mo ghraidh"

MacAuley, Willie John - "Chi mi'n tir 's an robh mi nam bhalach"

Campbell, Janet - "O 's ann tha mo ghaol-sa thall"

Morrison, Murdo - Presentation of Church Chomunn Leodhas agus na Hearadh

Caledonian Reel and Strathspey Society - Violin selections

Ross, Calum - "Gun till mi m'as maireann mi..."

MacNeill, Finaly - "A' nionaig a' ghraidh..."

Association Pipers - Bagpipe selections

Campbell, Janet - "Nan tigeadh thu idir..."

Campbell, Janet - "A' fhleasgaich an fhuilt chraobhaich chais..."

Campbell, Janet - "A' fhleasgaich an fhuilt chraobhaich chais..."

MacAuley, Willie John - "Tiugainn a' leannan o duthaich nan Galla..."

Caledonian Strathspey and Reel Society - Violin selections

Ross, Calum - "A' Chalum bhig, a' Chalum bhig"

MacNeill, Finlay - "Eilean beag donn a' chuain"

MacLeod, Margaret - "He mo leannan, ho mo leannan..."

Scottish Gaelic Singer

Item is an audio recording of singer or singers recorded singing Gaelic songs and puirt-a-beul in Scotland.

A ceilidh in Scotland
Iain a luaidh nach pos thu
O Eilean Leodhais
An teid thu leam a'ribhinn mhaiseach
Ochoin a ribhinn o ro
Deannain sugradh leis a nigh'n dubh
Nighean donn mo ribhinn og
Puirt-a-Beul
An tir a dh'fhag mi...
Duthaich MhicLeoid
Puirt-a-Beul
Clachan mo ghaoil
Eilean taobh a'fhraoich
Eilean a'Fhraoich
Eilean mo ghaoil
A hu hi o hu thogadh
Bagpipe selections
Puirt-a-Beul
N'uair a' dh'fhag mi... Duthaich mo chridh
Leis a Lurgainn o hi

MacMillan, Allan J.

School of Scottish Studies Gaelic Songs and Music

MacTavish, Morag (Scotland) "Aite mo ghaoil, tha mise dol ann..."

Na H-Oganaich (Scotland) "Tha m'eudail 's m'aighear mo ghraidh"

Na H-Oganaich (Scotland) "Morag na bilean gheala..."

MacTavish, Morag (Scotland) "Soraidh leis a bhreacan ur..."

Na H-Oganaich (Scotland) "Fal o ro bho'n dh'fhag sinn..."

MacTavish, Morag (Scotland) "...mar theid mi leam fhin..."

Scottish Dance Band (Scotland) Scottish dance music

Scottish Dance Band (Scotland) Scottish dance music

Scottish Dance Band (Scotland) Scottish dance music

Scottish Dance Band (Scotland) Scottish dance music

Scottish Dance Band (Scotland) Scottish dance music

Scottish Dance Band (Scotland) Scottish dance music

Sandemann, Mary (Scotland) Gaelic song

School of Scottish Studies

Gaelic Songs from Scotland

MacLean, Allan - Gaelic story - My Hen's Bad Habits

Pipers from Scotland - Bagpipe selection

Calum Ruaraidh, the Crofter - Song - The Lament for Arnheim

Shaw, Christine - Gaelic song

MacDonald, Allan - Song - Oran an t-Saighdear

Johnston, Annie & Mary; MacLeod, Rachel - Ceilidh in Barra - songs, music

Gillies, Alasdair - Story - Alasdair Wooing the Widow

Gillies, Alasdair - Song - Kirsteen

Gillies, Alasdair - Song - An t-Alltan Dubh

Macdonald, Angus

Gaelic Songs and Stories from Scotland

Item is an audio recording created in Scotland of Gaelic songs and stories and an account of a Scots trip to Cape Breton.

MacPhee, Dr. Hugh - Cathedral of Memories - an account of his trip to Cape Breton
Harp selection - Crodh Chailinn

Grant, Archie - Song - MacDonald's First Visit to Glasgow

Grant, Archie - Song - The Wooers Tangle

Grant, Archie - Song - A' Chuthag

MacLeod, Bobby - Song - Accordion Selections

MacPhee, Dr. Hugh

Ceol Na Gaidhlig, Gaelic Music and Poetry

Douglas, Nan Scotland Ceol na Gaidhlig, Gaelic music and poetry: Recitation, "Am faigh a' Ghaidhlig bas?"
Thomson, Derick Scotland A short history of Gaelic in Scotland
Grant, Angus Scotland Violin selections
Thomson, Derick Scotland Recitation
Galbraith, Carol Scotland Gaelic lament
Douglas, Nan Scotland Anonymous 17th or 18th Century song
MacNeil, Flora Scotland Anonymous 17th or 18th Century song
Thomson, Derick Scotland Extracts from "Birlinn" (The Galley of Clanranald)
MacNeil, Flora Scotland "Fliuch an oidhche..."
Galbraith, Carol Scotland "Iain Ghlinn Cuach"
Douglas, Nan and Thomson, Derick Scotland Recitation
MacLeod, Pipe-major Donald Scotland Bagpipe selections
MacLeod, Pipe-major Donald Scotland Bagpipe selections
Caimbeul, Sumas Scotland Puirt-a-Beul (mouth music)
Grant, Angus Scotland Violin selections
Douglas, Nan Scotland Recitation
Thomson, Derick Scotland Recitation
Galbraith, Carol Scotland "Nuair a bha mi og..."
Douglas, Nan Scotland "Bana-Ghaidheal"
Douglas, Nan Scotland "Ar Blar Catha"
Thomson, Derick Scotland "Clann-nighean an Sgadain"
Douglas, Nan Scotland "Do Shean-Bhoireannach"
Thomson, Derick Scotland "Latha Feille"

MacDonald, Mary Catherine "Kay"

Ceol na Gaidhlig Gaelic Music and Poetry

Item is a recording of recitations of a selections of Gaelic songs and poems.

Douglas, Nan - Ceol na Gaidhlig, Gaelic music and poetry: Recitation, "Am faigh a' Ghaidhlig bas?"

Thomson, Derick - A short history of Gaelic in Scotland

Grant, Angus - Violin selections

Thomson, Derick - Recitation

Galbraith, Carol - Gaelic lament

Douglas, Nan - Anonymous 17th or 18th Century song

MacNeil, Flora - Anonymous 17th or 18th Century song

Thomson, Derick - Extracts from "Birlinn" (The Galley of Clanranald)

MacNeil, Flora - "Fliuch an oidhche..."

Galbraith, Carol - "Iain Ghlinn Cuach"

Douglas, Nan and Thomson, Derick - Recitation

MacLeod, Pipe-major Donald - Bagpipe selections

MacLeod, Pipe-major Donald - Bagpipe selections

Caimbeul, Seumas - Puirt-a-Beul (mouth music)

Grant, Angus - Violin selections

Douglas, Nan - Recitation Poem "Fios thun a Bhaird"

Thomson, Derick - Recitation Poem "Spiorad a' Charthannais"

Galbraith, Carol - "Nuair a bha mi og..."

Douglas, Nan - "Bana-Ghaidheal"

Douglas, Nan - "Ar Blar Catha"

Thomson, Derick - "Clann-nighean an Sgadain"

Douglas, Nan - "Do Shean-Bhoireannach"

Thomson, Derick - "Latha Feille"

MacDonald, Mary Catherine "Kay"

Ceilidh in Oban, Scotland

Gillis, Miss Oban Ceilidh in Oban, Scotland, hosted by members of Oban Comunn Gaidhealach for C.B. Gaelic Society members, 1975: Grabh geal mo chridh'..."
Gillis, Miss Oban Puirt-a-Beul
MacDougall, Mike Ingonish Violin selections
MacIntyre, Hugh Oban "...Bi mo ghraidhe far an suidh' thu"
MacIntyre, Hugh Oban "A Mairi dhonn, 's toigh leam thu..."
Gillis, Mary North Sydney (N.S.) Piano selections
MacDougall, Mike Ingonish Violin selections
Beaton, Deanie (Munro) Antigonish (N.S.) Bagpipe selections
Oban Gaelic Choir members - (names of soloists not available) Oban "An t-eilean dh'an tug mi baigh..."
Oban Gaelic Choir members - (names of soloists not available) Oban "Teann a nall 's thoir dhomh do lamh"
Oban Gaelic Choir members - (names of soloists not available) Oban "Gleannan mo ghaol taobh Loch Liobhann..."
Oban Gaelic Choir members - (names of soloists not available) Oban "Haste away, haste away to Argyll and the heather..."
Oban Gaelic Choir members - (names of soloists not available) Oban "Ho bhan ho, hi ho ro..."
Oban Gaelic Choir members - (names of soloists not available) Oban "Sealladh mise null gu duthaich caomh mo run..."
Oban Gaelic Choir members - (names of soloists not available) Oban "Eilean mo leanabais is m'oige..."
Oban Gaelic Choir members - (names of soloists not available) Oban "Theid mi null gu tir mo run..."
Rankin, Rev. John Angus Glendale (N.S.) "Brief speech"
MacIntyre, Hugh Oban "Cha till iad gu siorruidh"
MacPherson, Most Rev. Colin Oban Brief speech

MacDonald, Mary Catherine "Kay"

Ceilidh in Barra

Item is an audio recording taped in Scotland, October, 1973 at a Ceilidh in Barra - names of performers not available

Recording summary:

                   Violin selections - Marches, strathspeys, reels

Bagpipe selections

"Teannaibh dluth 's togaibh fonn" - Lament

"Muilean nam Mor-Bheann"

"Caidil cha dean mi..." - Love song

Bagpipe selections

Violin selections - LeBlanc, Paddy & MacInnis, Dan Joe - Strathspeys and reels

"Eilean uaine a' cheo..." - Patriotic song

Puirt-a-beul - Puirt-a-beul

Macfarlane, J. Malcolm

Ceilidh at the home of John MacDougall, Glasgow

MacDougall, James Glasgow Ceilidh at the Home of James MacDougall, Glasgow, for member of C.B. Society, Sept. 1975: Story about a doctor's prescription...
Sinclair, Hugh Glasgow "Tha naigheachdan 's na paipearan"
Sinclair, Hugh Glasgow "Chi mi, chi mi bhuam e..."
MacDougall, James Glasgow "Morag a' Dunbheagan"
? Glasgow "A' fhleasgaich og 's ceanalta..."
Glasgow "Tha mi nam aonair an lag nan eoinean..."
MacDougall, James Glasgow Story of a man from Eriskay who went to heaven...
MacDougall, James Glasgow "John MacDonald's Trip to Glasgow"
MacDougall, James Glasgow "Morar by the sea"
MacDougall, James Glasgow "Ho ro tha mi smaointeach..."
Campbell, Flora Glasgow "Hug oran o ro 's toigh leam fhin thu..."
Campbell, Flora Glasgow "Thig ho ra bha ho..."
MacDougall, James Glasgow "An tuathanaich 's an t-each..."
MacDonald, Kay Glasgow "Nighean donn a' chul reidh..."
MacDonald, Kay Glasgow "Ho ro 's toigh leam fhin thu..."
MacDougall, James Glasgow Story of a cup of tea...
Campbell, Flora Glasgow "Ho ro nighean, he ro nighean..."
MacDonald, Mrs. Kay Glasgow "Mo chruinneag Ileach"
MacDonald, Mrs. Kay Glasgow "Chi mi bhuma, fada bhuam..."

MacDonald, Mary Catherine "Kay"

Cape Breton Highlanders

Item is a photograph of soldiers from the "A" Company, Cape Breton Highlanders in Bolsward, Holland, celebrating the end of World War II in Germany. The man step dancing in the center is identified as Louis Michael Broussard of Pomquet, N.S. Also identified are Leo ? of New Waterford, Earl [?]ilson of Sydney, Hikam Connelly of Annapolis Valley, McLeod (with fiddle) of Inverness, White of Halifax, and Curtis of Sydney with the rest being unidentified.

Calum Johnston: Gaelic Songs

Item consists of an audio recording of Calum Johnston singing a selection of Gaelic songs. Calum Johnston, brother of folklore and song collector Annie Johnston, is a renowned Gaelic tradition bearer, bagpiper and singer from Castle Bay on the Isle of Barra, Scotland.

"O gur mise th'airno chradh"

"O'n dh' fhag thu mi..."

"Smuatintinn truagh a th'air mi aigne"

"O Gain Ghlinn Cuaich"

"Dh 'eirich mi 's cha robh mi sunnd..."

"Ged is grianach a' latha"

"Blar na h' Eaglaise..."

"Faigh a nuas dhuinn am botul"

"Chuir 'as Caisteal a'ghlinn mi"

"Horo Bhodachain"

"Bheir miho hu bha ho"

"Cantaireachd"

"Si Morag a rinn a' bhanais"

"N robh thu 's a bheinn?"

"Fhir a' chinn duibh"

"Eo ho Raghnaill ad thall"
Chanter

"Na faighinn gille t'a cheannach"

"Chaidh maille air mo leiasinn"

University of Edinburgh School of Scottish Studies