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            MG 21.8-T-3052 · Item
            Part of D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

            Item is a sound recording of Alex Goldie.

            Cassette notes it as tape #136.

            Track List:
            Side A
            Track A1 - Falt Trom Trom Dualach. 05:34
            Track A2 - Mios Faoilleach colla-deug Gearran..., Gaelic toast for St. Andrew's Night. 02:53
            Track A3 - Song: Comunn Mo Rùn 02:24
            Track A4 - Òran nam Fasan composed by James Campbell of Boisdale and later, North Sydney. 03:12
            Track A5 - Bhean an Taighe Ghaoil an Fhortain. 01:49
            Track A6 - Cumha - Seo a'bhliadhna chuir as dhomh 's a ghlas a falt air mo cheann. (Alex Goldie) 03:40
            Track A7 - Tha mo Chion air an Fhiùran (Alex Goldie) 05:27
            Track A8 - Cumha na Tulaich. Composed by Archie (Larry) Gillis of Rear Beaver Cove. Recording of a recording. 03:34

            Side B
            Track B1 - Falt Trom, Trom Dualach (Alex Goldie) 02:50
            Track B2 - An Te Sin air an Robh Mi'n Gheall (Alex Goldie) 04:31

            Angus ' The Ridge' MacDonald
            CA BI T-2029 · Item · 1949 - 1951
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of bard Angus 'The Ridge' MacDonald, son of famed Allan 'The Ridge' MacDonald, performing a number of Gaelic songs and stories.

            "Naille chunna mi' n uair bhios drama 's a' chuach ri ol..."
            "Gur e mise a th' air mo leonah..." (Blar Inverlochy)
            "Tha mi 'n diugh gu tinn..."
            " 'S fheudair dhomh air m'fhirinn a sguir dhe'n dram..."
            "Throid mo bhean 's gun throid i rium..."
            "Fire, fare, farumach..."

            Leach, MacEdward
            CA BI T-1084 · Item · 1975
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            MacNeil, Stephen R. Iona "Reisemaid Ghàidhealeach Eilean C.B." (185th Battalion)

            Morrison, Dan Neil Loch Lomond "Chi mi na mòrbheanna..."

            MacLellan, Angus Grand Mira (N.S.) "Cumha MhicChriomain"

            MacLellan, Angus Grand Mira (N.S.) "Creach na Samhna"

            MacLellan, Angus Grand Mira (N.S.) "Óran a 'Mhathain"

            MacLellan, Angus Grand Mira (N.S.) "Postman's Song"

            MacLellan, Angus Grand Mira (N.S.) "Óran na Bainnse" (Cape Mabou Wedding)

            MacLellan, Angus Grand Mira (N.S.) "Poite-dhubh MhicRaing

            Campbell, Hector Hillsdale, Inverness County (N.S.) "A ' bhrádha"

            Shaw, John
            CA BI T-77 · Item · 1969
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Gaelic bard Angus R. Macdonald, of French Road N.S. Recording includes a number of humorous stories and songs composed by MacDonald as well as a performance of his popular song 'The Mountain' (Smeorach Chlann Domhnuill)

            Day, Hilda
            Angus 'The Ridge' MacDonald
            CA BI T-2028 · Item · 1949 - 1951
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            "I ho, hi ho, wach horo eile..."
            "O cha teid, cha teid mise..."
            " 'S truagh nach robh mi, a hill oro, Riochd na h-eala, a hi m bo..."
            "Ochoin a righ, gur a mi tha muladach"
            Sgeulachd: A young man going to seek his fourtune...
            "An diugh chuala mi sgeul..."

            Leach, MacEdward
            Annie MacLean - Gaelic Songs
            CA BI T-122 · Item · 1969
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item consists of an audio recording of Annie (Mrs. J.P) MacLean of Rear Christmas Island, (N.S) singing a number of Gaelic songs. Recorded by Sister Margaret Beaton and Hilda Day.

            Mrs. J.P. MacLean, Christmas Island (Rear):

            "Mise tha fo Mhulad air Tulaich gun Uaill" Song about a difficult winter composed by Catriona MacNeil (Catrìona Iain Ruaidh).

            "Why did she compose this song?" She had to do so many difficult tasks in the winter.

            Song about finding a rich man to marry; composed by Catherine MacNeil (Catrìona Iain Ruaidh).

            Stories about Catrìona Bean Ruaidh. She lived further inland than Jack Pheadair (informant's husband)'s uncle, Ruairidh Chaluim Ghobha MacLean. Ruairidh lived at the foot of Eskasoni Mountain where Rory S. MacNeil lives.

            Forerunner portending the death of the bard.

            Bard's father was married to Christie Alasdair Chaluim Ghobha "The Big Widow".

            Song about working at the the Steel plant in North Sydney by Archie "Larry" Gillis, originally from Rear Beaver Cove.

            Day, Hilda
            CA BI T-561 · Item · 1972
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            MacLean, Mrs. Annie Rear Christmas Island "Bha Mi'n Raoir gu Sunndach, Sunndach" composed by Catherine MacNeil (Catrìona Bean Iain Ruairidh| Iain Ruaidh)

            MacInnis, Dan Joe Sydney (N.S.) Violin selections

            MacPherson, John Alex Sydney (N.S.) Conversation with Mrs. Annie MacLean

            MacLean, Mrs. Annie Rear Christmas Island "Mise tha fo Mhulad air Tulaich gun Uaill". Song concerning a difficult winter in the Rear of Christmas Island by Catherine MacNeil (Catrìona Iain Ruaidh| Bean Iain Ruairidh)

            Campbell, John Sydney (N.S.) Discusses Gaelic songs with Mrs. MacLean

            Munroe, Deanie Sydney (N.S.) Bagpipe Selections

            MacPherson, John Alex and MacNeil, Mike Sydney (N.S.) Conversation re: Cape Breton Gaelic songs

            MacLean, Mrs. Annie Rear Christmas Island. Song about aging and marriage by Catherine MacNeil (Catriona Iain Ruaidh | Bean Iain Ruairidh)

            Hashem, Lila Sydney (N.S.) Piano selections

            MacPherson, John Alex; MacNeil, Mike; MacLean, Mrs. Annie. Conversation re: types of songs, milling songs.

            MacNeil, Mike. Song "Horo is Toigh Leam Fhìn Thu"

            MacInnis, Dan Joe Sydney (N.S.) Violin selections

            MacPherson, John Alex; Campbell, John Sydney (N.S.) Conversation re: Gaelic in Cape Breton

            Gillis, Wilfred Antigonish (N.S.) Violin selections

            Archie Alex MacKenzie
            CA BI T-1204 · Item · 1976
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Archie Alex Mackenzie singing Gaelic songs.

            Song composed for the Gaelic Society of Cape Breton

            Song "Tilleadh an Eilthirich" (Composed for a ceilidh in Barra)

            "Òran Taigh Chaluim is Màiri" (Composed for a ceilidh in Glasgow before returning to Cape Breton)

            MacDonald, Mary Catherine "Kay"
            CA BI T-2024 · Item
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Archie E. Gillis and John Beaton performing a selection of Gaelic songs and sgeulachd.

            Archie E. Gillis

                    "Olc mar h' fhalbh sibh air turs..."
            "Smuid a null gu duthaich na Gallamg (?) ..."

            John Beaton:

                         Sgeulachd: "Cailleach nan Cno"
            "Sealah cuan 's i bho thuath..."

            Unidentified Informant Sgeulachd: About "Buidseachd - sgoil - dhubh"

            Leach, MacEdward
            CA BI T-1734 · Item · April 26, 1986
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            CBC Radio Program "Island Echoes"

            Gaelic song by North Shore' the late John Shaw "Maili-Dhonn".

            Fiddler Jerry Holland with pianist Hilda Chaisson "On The Go" Boston '85

            Gaelic song by Bucky Carmichael - "fear a Bhata".

            The Pipe & Drums of the Gaelic Collgeg, St. Ann's. "Farewell to the Creeks"

            Gaelic Song by Donald Ross - "Posadh Piuthar Iain Bhain"

            Interview with M.J. MacNeil on the Celtic Harp and the Cape Breton Harp.

            M.J. MacNeil is president of the Clan MacNeil in Cape Breton

            Lucy MacNeil aged 15 learning to play the harp. She is interviewed and also plays a tune on the harp. She's from Sydney Mines (N.S.)

            Fiddler Alison Kinnaird, harpist pays a group of tunes in A Major beginning with "Glenlivet Strathspey".

            Gaelic song by Bucky Carmichael "Eilean Mo Ghaol"

            Theresa MacLellan, violin selections with sister Marie MacLellan on piano, playing a group of hornpipes and reels.

            Gaelic Ceilidh Singing "Am Falbh Thu Leam A 'Ribhinn"

            Announcements for the week

            Violin music by the late Angus Chisholm (78 recording) Mr. Murray strathspey, (b) the 10 fiddler reel and the Baker reel (Mrs. Bess Sidel MacDonald on the Piano)

            Joan MacKenzie of Lewis, Scotland singing "A' Fhleasgaich"

            Gaelic song called "Faill Llo" sung by Bucky Carmichael

            Antigonish Tattoo, Ceilidh Pipe Band.

            Waulking Gaelic Songs Barra - "An Fhideag Airgld".

            Announcements for the week

            Gaelic song by Alex Goldie - "Gura Mis Tha Muladach"

            Gaelic Song by Alex Goldie - "Nighean an Tailear"
            ovan Gaelic Choir of Scotland "Soraidh Leis an Ait"

            Kinnon Beaton with Violin selections and Wife Betty Lou on Piano - Tape from Fiddler's Fesitval

            Na H-Eilthirish singing a Gaelic song "Baidin Fheilimi"

            Gaelic song by Annie & Calum Johnson, from Barra "Di Sathuirne Gabh M. Mulad"

            Gaelic song by Bucky Carmichael, singing "Mo Run Geal Dileas"

            Gaelic song by Alex Goldie - "Cruinneag Bhoidheach".

            Announcements for the week

            Gaelic song (Milling) by Orain, Cape Breton "Ged A Sheol Mi"

            The Glengarry Fiddlers, from Ontario playing a group of strathspeys an reels taped in Sydney (N.S.) at the Fiddlers Festival in July, 1985

            Gaelic song by Na H-Oganaich, singing "M' Eudail Is M' Aighear"

            CA BI T-1350 · Item · 1979
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of CBI Radio's "Air Bord" program featuring Archie Alex MacKenzie. \

            Archie MacKenzie :

            MacKenzie Genealogy
            Customs of young people at Christmas Island in his youth
            He discusses bards, his father Archie MacKenzie

            Dan Morrison :

            "Gaol an t-Seoladair"

            Archie MacKenzie :

            Life on the farm in the early days
            His father was a school teacher, taught Gaelic as well as English
            "Moladh Cheap Breatuinn"
            "Gu bheil caochladh mor 's an aite"

            Carl MacKenzie & Doug MacPhee :

            Violin & Piano Selections

            Archie MacKenzie :

            Ceilidhs in the ol days - pipers were scarce
            The start of the C.B. Gaelic Society - His brother Hugh
            The effect of the newspaper MacTalla on Gaelic in Cape Breton

            Tommy 'Peigi' MacDonald :

            "Moladh na Lanndaidh"

            Archie MacKenzie :

            Discusses his family

            CBI Radio
            CA BI T-1321 · Item · 1978
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Kay Macdonald :

            "Chi mi na mor-bheanna..."
            "An Innis Aigh" (Composed by Angus Y. Maclellan)
            "A' Chuairt Shamhraidh"
            "Nigh'n Donn A' Chul Reidh" (Composed by Malcolm Gillis)
            Chi mi bhuam..." (Composed by Alasdair a' Ridse)
            "Hi ho ro 's no horo eile"
            "Mo Mhairi Og"
            "Mo Mhathair"

            CBI Radio
            CBI Radio, Kay Macdonald
            CA BI T-1321 · Item · 1978
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Kay Macdonald singing a selection of Gaelic songs, accompanied on piano by Doug Macphee.

            "Chi mi na mor-bheanna..."
            "An Innis Aigh"
            "A' Chuairt Shamhraidh"
            "Nigh'n Donn A' Chul Reidh"
            Chi mi bhuam..."
            "Hi ho ro 's no horo eile"
            "Mo Mhairi Og"
            "Mo Mhathair"

            MacDonald, Mary Catherine "Kay"
            Ceilidh at Benacadie
            CA BI T-44 · Item · 1963
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is available for streaming: T-44 [http://beaton.cbu.ca/AtoM/audio/T-44a.mp3].

            Peigi Ailein Nic Ruairdh (Peigi Ailean Nic an t-Saoir) Benacadie (N.S.) Ceilidh at Benacadie - puirt-a-beul: Song composed for three men who drowned in Big Pond (N.S.). 'S goiet mo chreach 's gura truagh mi

            Mrs. Catherine, Mrs. J.P. MacLean, Mr. Arthur Ferguson Ged tha mi gun chrodh gun aighean... Local song

            Mrs. Catherine, Mrs. J.P. MacLean, Mr. Arthur Ferguson O hi iura ro bhi o'... Native song by Arthur Ferguson

            Mrs. Catherine Patterson Song depicts local dress and style among girls

            Arthur Ferguson Thuist an gamhain mogach

            Arthur Ferguson Boinead Uilleam

            Arthur Ferguson Ho ro na rocalaich...

            Arthur Ferguson Fira fara farumach...

            Arthur Ferguson O gur misde, he gur misd' leam Song regretted neighbors move to "coal area".

            Arthur Ferguson He na ha hillean a... From Scotland mainly-Gu de Mi mii mar chaigh mi thu

            Arthur Ferguson Larst 5 songs by Mrs. Catherine Patterson

            Arthur Ferguson Far ill i eile o ro Roderick Matteson, about domestic experiences of a bachelor

            Arthur Ferguson Banais aig na bocain an nochd

            Arthur Ferguson Bonaid Uilleim

            Arthur Ferguson Ho ro na rogalaich

            Arthur Ferguson Tha fir a bhaille faramach

            Arthur Ferguson Ho horo gum b' eibhinn leam

            CA BI T-282 · Item · 1971
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Jim Charles MacNeil reciting songs and stories in both English and Gaelic.

            Talk on elections
            D.D. MacKenzie and his umbrella
            Oran nam Meinn Chopair composed by Lachlan Currie
            Thug Mi Gaol Dhan t-Seòladair
            Talks about the celebration in honour of Flora MacDougall who worked at the CNR for many years
            First undertaker in Sydney (N.S.)
            That man is not living yet
            Undertaker...
            Oak coffin for the colored man
            I love the sailor boy

            Beaton, Sister Margaret
            CA BI T-277 · Item · 1971
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Railroad in Cape Breton
            Reads a letter from Michael Ferguson to his mother after he heard of the death of Effie MacDonald
            Reads Rev. S.P. MacDonald farewell address to Bishop Grant of Oban, Scotland
            The Devil's not idle either
            The pie social
            Father MacLeod and the cows
            ...cows...
            Mr. MacNeil reads the address spoken to himself by Alex Goldie when he (Mr. MacNeil) was made Honorary Chief of the Cape Breton Gaelic Society
            Song composed by Alex MacInnis of Woodbine, about the selling of hay that was spoiled by rain
            Soldier's Song
            Soldier's Song
            Song composed by John V. MacNeil after he left Gleann na Measeadh (Cooper's Pond)
            Recitation of song made by Duncan MacDonald in 1918 on his way to French Road
            Boy would not go to Aunt's wake

            CA BI T-466 · Item · 1968
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Formation of the National Council of Scottish Cath. Soc in Sydney (N.S.)
            Accomplishments of the Society
            A Gaelic school in the old Lyceum
            A chapel donated in memory of Rev. D.M. MacAdam
            Scholarships for Scottish boys to enter priesthood
            The society published Mosgladh
            Officers of the Scottish Cath. Society
            Records of the society
            Preservation of the Gaelic language
            Reasons for the decline of the society
            School teachers in the early days forbade parents to speak Gaelic to children
            Cape Breton bards
            Scottish Cath. Soc. Had annual competitions - dance, music, song
            A story about Archbishop MacDonald
            Father D.M. MacAdam's funeral
            Tells story of and sings Vincent MacLellan's lament for Fr. MacAdam
            He saw his wifes ghost
            The result of controversy in a parish
            Fr. Duncan - first resident priest of Big Pond
            Fr Martin MacPherson...what happened when he found the church locked at Frenchvale...
            Peter Smyth - the story of an eviction
            Story about a widow...and a pie social

            Beaton, Sister Margaret
            CA BI T-261 · Item · 1971
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of a conversation with Neil MacQueen of Framboise, N.S. Mr. MacQueen was nearly 100 year old at the time of recording.

            His father came from North Uist
            His mother a Stewart - her family landed in Grand Mira
            No farm implements - the pioneer's only tool was the axe I
            The August Gale of 1873
            His first pair of shoes made from calves of fishing boats
            Making clothes - wool - flax
            Weddings - the "reiteach"
            Oidhche Calluin customs
            Story of a man who walked from Big Pond to North Sydney (N.S.)
            No horses - dogs used for hauling
            Worked on a farm for James Carlin
            Dominion Coal and Steel expropriated much land...
            Ho ro mo chuid chuideachd...
            In the early days, church services were entirely in Gaelic
            Hymn - translation
            Hymn
            The fais ann do'n feur sharaicht
            An t-seann, t-seann sgeula

            Smith, Angus John
            CA BI T-107 · Item · 1969
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Dan A. MacDonald (Framboise):

            "'Se Ceap Breatunn Tir Mo Ghraidh."(Patriotic Song) Composed by Dan A. MacDonald.
            'Laithean Sona M'Oige.' (Song of his youth) Composed by Dan A. MacDonald.
            "Tell us something about your early industries, schools, churches, etc." Very interesting early history.
            Angus and Donald - Travel. (Anecdote--Humour) Related by Dan A. MacDonald.
            "Summer Time." Composed and sung by Dan A. Macdonald (Pastoral Song)
            Life in early Framboise (Narrative about frolics and pie socials; no pipers in Framboise).

            Introduction to our interview by Mrs. Neil MacDonald of Forchu.

            Neil MacDonald (Forchu):

            "D.A. MacDonald looks in the mirror" Composed by D.A. MacDonald about himself. (Humourous Song)
            'O Chanada' (Neil MacDonald) (Patriotic Song)
            Talented people in Forchu - Composed Poetry even at work; gifted in every way.
            Early life in Forchu - History
            "Spinning Wheel" (Anecdote)
            "Tell me about the early religious life in Forchu - is the early Baptist Church still extant?" All Protestants are now members of the United Church.
            "We would like to have a few words about your early schools."
            There is a little story about Captain Hooper. (Anecdote)
            "In the Sweet Bye and Bye" - Gaelic - Neil MacDonald accompanied by his wife on a seventy-year-old organ. (Hymnology)
            "Nearer My God to Thee" - Gaelic - Neil MacDonald accompanied by his wife on a seventy-year-old organ. (Hymnology)

            Beaton, Sister Margaret
            CA BI T-107 · Item · 1969
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Dan A. MacDonald and Neil MacDonald. Includes Gaelic songs, hymns, and stories.

            Dan A. MacDonald (Framboise):

            "'Se Ceap Breatunn Tir Mo Ghraidh."(Patriotic Song) Composed by Dan A. MacDonald.

            'Laithean Sona M'Oige.' (Song of his youth) Composed by Dan A. MacDonald.

            "Tell us something about your early industries, schools, churches, etc." Very interesting early history.

            Angus and Donald - Travel. (Anecdote--Humour) Related by Dan A. MacDonald.

            "Summer Time." Composed and sung by Dan A. Macdonald (Pastoral Song)

            Life in early Framboise (Narrative about frolics and pie socials; no pipers in Framboise).

            Introduction to our interview by Mrs. Neil MacDonald of Fourchu.

            Neil MacDonald (Fourchu):

            "D.A. MacDonald looks in the mirror" Composed by D.A. MacDonald about himself. (Humourous Song)

            'O Chanada' (Neil MacDonald) (Patriotic Song)

            Talented people in Forchu - Composed Poetry even at work; gifted in every way.

            Early life in Forchu - History

            "Spinning Wheel" (Anecdote)

            "Tell me about the early religious life in Forchu - is the early Baptist Church still extant?"

            All Protestants are now members of the United Church.

            "We would like to have a few words about your early schools."

            There is a little story about Captain Hooper. (Anecdote)

            "In the Sweet Bye and Bye" - Gaelic - Neil MacDonald accompanied by his wife on a seventy-year-old organ. (Hymnology)

            "Nearer My God to Thee" - Gaelic - Neil MacDonald accompanied by his wife on a seventy-year-old organ. (Hymnology)

            Beaton, Sister Margaret
            CA BI T-1793 · Item · 1988
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Dan Alex MacLeod, Stirling (Sterling) N.S, singing a selection of Gaelic songs.

            'S e Ceap Breatuin Tir mo Ghraidh

            an Gille Ruadh

            English song

            Oran na Fogradh (Composed by James R. Morrison, Framboise, N.S.)

            Eilean Sgitheanach nam Buaidhe

            Illean o eilean illean o eilean i

            CA BI T-1189 · Item · 1973
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Gaelic songs and conversation with Joe Neil MacNeil and Dan MacNeil.

            MacNeil, Dan and Joe Neil interviewed by Rosemary Hutchinson - Biographical sketch

            MacNeil, Joe Neil - Story of Domhnall Ban at a wake...

            MacNeil, Dan and Joe Neil interviewed by Rosemary Hutchinson - Story of two brothers who went fishing at Castle Bay

            MacNeil, Joe Neil - Description of grinding wheat with a hand-mill

            MacNeil, Dan - Fishing through the ice

            MacNeil, Joe - Another story of fishing at Castle Bay

            MacNeil, Dan - "Mu'n cuairt an drama"

            MacNeil, Joe - Discussion on C.B. Bards

            MacNeil, Dan - Song by Lauchie Currie (about working on cord wood)

            MacNeil, Dan and Joe - Discusses ceilidhs in the old days

            MacNeil, Dan - A tall story of a man losing his pipe

            MacNeil, Joe - Discusses mining in the early days

            MacNeil, Dan - Mining song: "Ithill iuthill agus o"

            MacNeil, Joe - Recites part of the mining song "'S e Cuibhle na Dunach"

            MacNeil, Dan - C.B. Song about two men courting the same girl: "Och mar tha mi"

            MacNeil, Joe - Discusses winter in the early days, travelling etc.

            MacNeil, Joe - Description of footwear in winter in the early days...mogans etc.

            MacNeil, Joe - Working in winter

            Hutchinson, Rosemary
            DJ MacDermaid: Fonn is Furan
            MG 21.8-T-3027 · Item · 1987
            Part of D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

            Item is a sound recording of Fonn is Furan. All songs sung by Donald John MacDermaid of Framboise and Massachusetts.

            Cassette notes it as tape #109.

            Track List: Side A
            Track A1 - A'Chuthag. 03:18
            Track A2 - Eilidh. 03:25
            Track A3 - Gad Chuimhneachadh. 04:03
            Track A4 - Laithean Sona m-Òige. Composed by Dan Alex MacDonald of Framboise. 04:55
            Track A5 - Càite Bheil i ann am Muile. 03:17
            Track A6 - Moladh an Lanndaidh. 04:01
            Track A7 - Oran Maraiche (Mo Chridhe Trom 's cha Charaich e) 08:47
            Track A8 - Gura Truagh nach robh Mise an Eilean an Fhraoich.

            Side B
            Track B1 - Daolagan Cholarada. 05:13
            Track B2 - An Gille Donn. 04:38
            Track B3 - Nigheanan Ruairidh. Composed by Dan MacDonald (Mac Dhòmhnaill 'ic Alasdair 'ic Ruairidh). of Gabarus In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 164. 02:25
            Track B4 - Iain a Luaidh Nach Pòs Thu. 07:27
            Track B5 - Clachan Ghlinn Da-Ruadhail. 03:26
            Track B6 - Mairi Bhain Dhail-an-Eas. 05:45
            Track B7 - Turus gu Glaschu. Composed by Neil MacLeod, Scotland. 05:45

            CA BI T-181 · Item · 1970
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Donald John MacMillan, Morley Road:

            Gaelic Song - Màiri Bhàn Dhàil-an-Eas
            Story of bard, Angus Campbell and the Song of the Bear
            Òran na Mathain
            Song- Tha Gaoth an Iar a'Gobachadh
            Bocan Story
            "Will you marry me my Bonnie Lassie"
            The MacMullinss from Scotland...
            Piper MacMullins
            Bocan Story

            MacMullin, Donald John
            CA BI T-266 · Item · 1971
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Donald John MacMullin from Glenmorrison (N.S). He sings a number of Gaelic songs and speaks on local history and stories.

            Donald John MacMullin, Gaelic Stories: Relates history of the early days of his people (after their arrival from Scotland) to present days

            Ceilidhs

            Fishing and different kinds of forests

            Pioneer days were hard...

            Sowing of grain, threshing

            Black Pot

            Tha buaidh air an uisge bheatha

            Air faill isinn u

            Cape Breton Gaelic song - Bi'n deoch bho laimhean mo run

            Story of Waterloo Stove

            Se mo cheist an Gille donn

            Story about Grandfather and great grandfather

            Nionag a chuil duim nach fhan thu

            Hubi a

            Teannaibh dhluth

            Cnoc nan t-Sithean - a magic spoon, a dead cow, Why?

            Second sight story of people in Mira

            Story of pig and dog and Big Donald of the Pig

            Discussion of hockey playing

            Story of the carpenter in Scotland who wouldn't tell his secret to his son

            Hur ri le .. .'s e nighean donn

            Smith, Angus John
            CA BI T-2020 · Item · 1949 - 1951
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Mrs. MacCormick (MacQuarrie ?)

                        Conclusion of sgeulachd from T-2019
            Story: "A boy who went to a doctor..."
            Story: "A minister saying grace..."
            Story: "A Jersey woman and a Jersey cow..."
            Story: "The man who hung himself..."
            Story: "Story of a burial..."
            Story: "A wodow's son in Cape Breton..."
            Story: "The man who was envious of his wife..."

            Donald MacLennan

            "An cota ur Martainn..."

            Mrs. MacCormack
            "Hi ri ill iu ill agus o..."
            Story: "Cape Breton woman went to visit her son in the army..."
            Story: "Donald & the minister..."
            "O gur truagh mi le na corns"

            Leach, MacEdward
            CA BI T-1105 · Item · 1975
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            MacIssac, Alex John (Dunvegan, N.S) - Song about the arrival of a boat from P.E.I. And explanation of song

            MacIssac, Alex John - "Sine Chaluim Bhain"

            MacIssac, Alex John - "An Domhnallach Urramach"

            MacLellan, Archie Dan (Dunvegan, N.S) - "Oran na Muice" & explanation of song

            MacLellan, Archie Dan - "Dh'fhalbh na gillean grinn le damh"

            MacLellan, Archie Dan - "Oran do'n uisge-beatha"
            Song about burning of the jail in Inverness, N.S
            Oran na Bainnse"

            MacNeil, John K. (Big Pond, N.S) - "An Duine anns a Sgoth agus an Currac"

            MacNeil, John K. - "Oran an Eich"

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie (Big Pond, N.S) - "A null am monadh..."

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie - "Coma leam buntata charach..."

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie - "Bha mi air banais..."

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie - "Peigi Raonaill 'ic Thearlaich..."

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie - "Cairistiona Chaimbeul..."

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie - "Johnny Cope..."

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie - "Tha teine anns a'bhaille an diugh..."

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie - "A Mhoraig am bheil thu ann..."

            MacNeil, Mrs. Josie - "Cha sheas poca falamh..."

            Shaw, John
            CA BI T-1106 · Item · 1975
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of a milling frolic in Dunvegan, N.S. Recording includes singers form the Dunvegan area as well as Donald John MacMullin of the Meadows Rd.

            MacLellan, Lauchie - Moch 's a mhadainn 's mi 'g eirigh

            MacLellan, Lauchie - "Ho ro 'ille dhuinne..."

            MacIssac, Alex John - "Hug a ro bhi, hug a rireadh..."

            MacIssac, Ronald - "Leis a' Mhaighdean..."

            MacLellan, Lauchie - "Nighean donn a' bhreacan uaine..."

            MacLellan, Lauchie - "Chi mi thall iad..."

            MacLellan, Lauchie - Spinning song

            MacIssac, Alex John - "Faill il o 's na ho iu a..."

            MacIssac, Ronald - "O a hu, a nighean dubh, nighean dubh"

            MacLellan, Lauchie - "Mo run an t-uasal..."

            MacIssac, Alex John - "Cruinneag na buaile..."

            MacLellan, Lauchie - "Olainn deoch air laimh mo ruin..."

            MacIssac, Alex John - "Togainn fonn air lorg an fheidh..."

            MacLellan, Lauchie & MacIssac, Ronald - "Teann, teann, teann a' bhodaich.."

            MacMullin, Donald John - "C'aite an caidil an nineag..."

            MacMullin, Donald John - Song

            MacMullin, Donald John - "Ho ro 'ille dhuinn..."

            MacMullin, Donald John - "An nighean dubh, tha boidheach dubh..."

            MacIssac, Alex John - "Oran cluinn Grannta"

            MacIssac, Alex John - "Sugradh seach bliadhna" & accompanying explanation

            MacIssac, Alex John - "Oran le ministear dh'a mhathair"

            Shaw, John
            MG 21.8-T-3023 · Item · Oct. 1959
            Part of D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

            Item is a sound recording of Gaelic singers.

            Cassette notes it as tape #105.

            Track List: Side A:
            Track A1 -Òran a Chìobair. Local composition, composer unknown. Concerns a woman's love for a shepherd who visits her farm. Singer: Murdock D. MacLeod, Framboise. 02:50
            Track A2 - Canada Thìr an Àidh. Composed by Kate (MacLeod) MacInnes of Framboise. Singer: Angus A. MacLeod, Framboise. 03:33
            Track A3 - Am Bràighe. Composed by Malcolm H. Gillis, Southwest Margaree. SInger: Angus MacDonald. 03:36
            Track A4 - Gàidheal air Fògradh. Composed by James R. Morrison of Framboise. Singer: Dan W. Strachan. 03:09
            Track A5 - Màiread Bhàn. Local song supposedly composed by a Patterson from Stirling. Singer: Neil Morrison, Framboise. IN: Beyond the Hebrides p. 153. 03:32
            Track A6 - Dheanainn Sùgradh ri an Nighean Duibh. Singer: Neil D. Morrison, Framboise 03:09
            Track A7 - Gàidheil Albainn Ùr. Composed by Kenneth A. Ferguson of l'Ardoise Highlands. Singer: Angus MacDonald. In: Beyond the Hebrides p.110. 03:23
            Track A8 - Moladh na Gàidhlig. Composed by Malcolm MacNeil of Ironvile. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise. In: Bàrdachd a Albainn Nuaidh. 01:55
            Track A9 - Mo Roghainn 's Mo Rùn a Chunna Mi'n Dé. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise. 01:58
            Track A10 - Maili Dhonn Bhòidheach Dhonn. Local composition. Composer unknown. Singer: Dan Alex MacDonald, Framboise. 03:08

            Side B:
            Track B1 - Òran do'n Transvaal. Composed by Donald MacMillan of Loch Lomond. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 105. Singer: Alex MacLennan. 02:28
            Track B2 - Fuadach nan Gàidheal. Singer: Alex MacLennan. 02:07
            Track B3 - English Recitations (Bill Colbert) 01:47
            Track B4 - Òran na Tì. Singer: Angus MacDonald. In: A Choice Collection of Gaelic Poems p. 127. 03:10
            Track B5 - 'S i Mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach. Singer: Unknown. 04:21
            Track B6 - Air a'Cheul Là do'n t-Samhradh or Ho Ro Mo Chuid Chuideachd Thu. Composed by Sam Patterson of Stirling. Singer: Alex MacAskill, Framboise. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 197. 02:37
            Track B7 - Tha Mo Chionn 's air an Fhiuran. Singer: John Alex MacAskill. 04:49
            Track B8 - 'S i Mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach. Singer: Unknown. 04:14

            CA BI MG 21.8-T-3024 · Item
            Part of D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

            Item is a sound recording of Gaelic singers copied from a recording by Kenneth Morrison.

            Track List: Side A
            Track A1 - Oran a'Mhinistear. Composed by Rev. Kenneth MacLeod of Humes River. Singer: Dan K. MacLeod, Grand River. 05:01
            Track A2 - Théid mi gad Amhairc. Composed by John Campbell of Ledaig, Scotland. In: Modern Gaelic Bards p. 182 04:44
            Track A3 - An Téid thu Leam a Ribhinn Mhaiseach. Singer: Dan K. MacLeod, Grand River.
            Track A4 - Suas Leis a'Ghàidhlig. Singer Neil Morrison, Loch Lomond.
            Track A5 - Eilean Mo Chridhe. Singer: Alice Morrison, Grand River Falls.
            Track A6 - Local English composition about bachelors. Chorus: There's Scotsmen and Frenchmen wherever you go. Singer: Alice Morrison, Grand River.
            Track A7 - E ho Nighean Hi Ho Nighean/ Cailin Donn na Buaile. Local composition about bachelors. Singer: Angus Morrison.
            Track A8 - Morrison's Store/Christmas at the Bridge. Local English composition. SInger: Alice Morrison, Grand River Falls.

            Side B
            Track B1a - Òran na Tì. Local composition concerning tea. Composer unknown. Singer: Angus Morrison. 03:26
            Track B1b - The Party Telephone (English) . SInger: Alice Morrison, Grand River Falls. 03:01
            Track B2 - a Mhàiri Bhòidheach. Composed by Alexander Stewart of North Uist. Singer: Unkown.
            Track B3 - Mo Nighean Donn an t-Sùgraidh. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise and Massachusetts. 05:11
            Track B4(1) Local composition about a women on a winter's sea voyage ending in Framboise. Composer and singer: unkown.
            Track B4(2) - Canada Thir An Aigh. Composed by Catherine (MacLeod) MacInnis of Framboise. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise and Massachusetts. IN: Beyond the Hebrides p. 131. 04:36
            Track B4(3) - An Téid thu Leam a Mhàiri. Singer: Norman MacDermaid, Framboise and Massachusetts. In an t-Òranaiche. 04:52
            Track B5 - Fear nam Fiaclan. Singer: Kenny Morrison, Loch Lomond and Sydney. 01:43

            Framboise Gaelic Songs #107
            MG 21.8-T-3025 · Item · 1952-1987
            Part of D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

            Item is a sound recording of Gaelic songs.

            Cassette notes it as tape #107.

            Track List: Side A
            Track A1 - Òran a'Chàr. Somposed by Dan Alex MacDonald of Framboise. Singer: Alex MacLeod, Framboise. In: Songs from Framboise p.31. 02:34
            Track A2 - Song with piano accompaniment. Unintelligible. (North Shore Ladies) 01:55
            Track A3 - Och mar tha mi 's mi nam Aonair. An Gille Donn. Poor audio quality. SInger: unknown. 13:20
            Track A4 - Càit' an Caidil Nionag aNochd. Singer: Unknown 06:53
            Track A5 - 'S e Ceap Breatainn Tìr mo Ghràidh. Composed by Dan Alex MacDonald of Framboise. Singer: unknown. 02:58
            Track A6 - Tha Mo Run air a'Ghille. SInger: Unknown 03:51

            Side B
            Track B1 - Canada Thìr an Àigh. Composed by Catherine (MacLeod) MacInes of Framboise. Singer: D.J. MacDonald. In: Beyond the Hebrides p.131. 03:34
            Track B2 - Òran Gàidheal air Fògradh. Composed by James R. Morrison of Framboise. Signer: D.W. Strachan, Stirling. 02:42
            Track B3 - Am Bràighe. Composed by Malcom H. Gillis, Southwest Margaree. SInger: Angus MacDonald. 03:50
            Track B4 - Mo Shùil 'ad Dhéidh. Singer: D.W. Strachan,Stirling. 06:04
            Track B5 - Daolagan Cholarado. Singer: D.J. MacDermaid of Framboise and Massachusetts. 04:15
            Track B6 - The Party Telephone (English) (D.J. MacDermaid) 05:13
            Track B7 - Gaol nan Cruinneag. Singer: Unknown.
            Track B8 - Eilean mo Chridhe. Singer: Angus MacDonald.
            Track B10 -Air a' Cheud Là do'n t-Sàmhradh. Composed by Sam Patterson of Stirling. Singer: D.J. MacDermaid of Framboise and Massachusetts. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 197.

            CA BI T-231 · Item · 1971
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of a series of interviews and conversations from various informants in Cape Breton.

            MacCormick, Hector Loch Lomond (N.S.), Richmond County Chanada, Thir an Aigh

            MacCormick, Hector Loch Lomond (N.S.), Richmond County Interview about the above song

            Morrison, Kenneth A. Framboise (N.S.) Oran Cheap Breatunn

            MacDonald, Donald Alex Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacQueen, Neil Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacAskill, Johnnie Oran Campa (a' gearradh coille)

            Munro, Roderick William Loch Lomond (N.S.), Richmond County "'S 'n gille dubh is aille"

            MacLeod, Mary "Fear a' Bhata"

            MacAskill, Johnnie "Soraidh leibh is oidhche mhath leibh"

            Morrison, Kenneth A. Cape Breton Island (N.S.) Oran Cheap Breatunn

            MacAuley, Fred Scotland Talk about a gathering in Framboise (N.S.) Hall

            MacDonald, D.A. Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacQueen, Neil Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacAuley, Fred Speaks

            MacLeod, Donald Halifax (N.S.) Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacAuley, Fred Scotland Address Scotland in a few words

            Chafe, Winnie Glace Bay (N.S.) Violin selections

            MacAuley, Fred Scotland Speaks about the purity of Gaelic in Cape Breton

            MacLeod, Danny K. MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu A hiu oro hu o, mo run mo nighean donn bhoidheach

            MacAuley, Fred Scotland Speaks of the beauty of the Cape Breton countryside

            Price, Mary Halifax (N.S.) Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacAuley, Fred Scotland A final word

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu Tuireadh na Hiortach

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu An oidhche bha luadh ann

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu Oran na Pioba and Oran na Seilge

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu Recitation - Fear na Feusag Ruaidh

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Sgeir Dhu Oran na ba riabhaich

            MacAuley, Fred Sgeir Dhu Speaks

            MacLeod, Danny K. Sgeir Dhu Oran na ba riabhaich

            MacLeod, Danny K. Sgeir Dhu Interview with Fred MacAuley

            MacLeod, Danny K. Sgeir Dhu Dh'olainn deoch a laimh mo run

            MacLeod, Danny K. Sgeir Dhu Dh'eirich mi gu moch roimh latha

            MacLeod, Danny K. Sgeir Dhu Thug mi gu siubhal nan gleannaibh

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. And MacLeod Danny K. A hiu oro hu o, mo run mo nighean donn bhoidheach

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. And MacLeod Danny K. He mo leannan, ho mo leannan

            Munro, Roderick O teannaibh dluth

            Morrison, Dan Neil Loch Lomond (N.S.), Richmond County Suas leis a' Ghaidhlig

            Morrison, Dan Neil Loch Lomond (N.S.), Richmond County Interview with Fred MacAuley

            Munro, Roderick Oran an Tractor

            Munro, Roderick Interview with Fred MacAuley about the above song

            Morrison, Dan Neil Loch Lomond (N.S.), Richmond County
            Psalm 23, verse 1-3 (Percenting)

            MacKenzie, Phyllis Cape Breton Isle

            MacLeod, Norman Iosa, gleidh mi dluth do'n chrann

            MG 21.8-T-3040 · Item
            Part of D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

            Item is a sound recording of Gabarus Milling Frolics, hymn singing and precenting.

            Cassette notes it as tape #123.

            Track List:
            Side A
            Track A1 - Gur tu mo Nighean Donn Bhòidheach. Singer: unidentified. 04:34
            Track A2 - Ged a Sheòl mi air m'Aineol. SInger: Allan MacLeod, New Boston. 03:27
            Track A3 - Na Horo Hi Hoireannan. Singer: Unidentified. 04:30
            Track A4 -Nionag a' Chùil Duinn nach Fhan thu. Singer: Allan MacLeod, New Boston. 02:40
            Track A5 -A Fheasgaich Òg an Òr-fhuilt Chraobhaich Chais. Singer: unidentified. 02:53
            Track A6 - An Gille Donn. Singer: unidentified. 01:09
            Track A7 - Tha Tighinn Fodham. The first part of the song appears to be a local composition about bachelors while the majority is a song in praise of Clan Ranald by John MacDonald (Iain MacDhùghaill). 05:59
            Track A8 - OIdhche Dhomh 's mi Siubhail a'Chuain. See MacEdward Leach: https://www.mun.ca/folklore/leach/songs/CB/9-09.htm . Singer: unidentified. 02:47
            Track A9 - 'S e mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach. Singer: Unidentified. 03:05
            Track A10 - Dan do Sheann Ford. Composed by William MacVicar of Catalone. Singer: Allan MacLeod, New Boston. 02:54

            Side B
            Track B1 - Three songs: An Tulach Bhòidheach. Composed by Archibald J. (Eairsidh Sheumais) MacKenzie. Singer: unidentified. Mo Chridhe Trom 's Cha Neònach. Well-known sailing song. Singer: unidentified. Am Bràighe. Composed by Malcolm H. Gilis of Southwest Margaree. Singer: unidentified. 10:13
            Track B2 - Pipe music - Amazing Grace (Various Artists) 05:30
            Track B3 - Precenting Psalm 103. Singers: unidentified. 06:10
            Track B4 -2 Hymns - An t-Seann, t-Seann Sgeul and The Old One Hundredth (Gaelic). SIngers: unidentified. 05:10
            Track B5 - "How Great Thou Art" in Gaelic (Various Artists) 05:49
            Track B6 - Hymn - O Mhiorbhail Gràs. 02:58
            Track B7 - Hymn - Soillse an Àigh 03:43
            Track B8 - Gàidheal Albainn Ùr. Composed by Kenneth A. Ferguson after WWI. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 110. SInger: Angus MacDonald, Gabarus Lake. 06:43

            Gaelic Recitation of Prayers
            CA BI T-116 · Item · 1969
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Hugh MacKenzie, Archie A. MacKenzie, Joseph A. Gillis, Sister Jane MacKenzie, Margaret MacKenzie recite the Rosary.

            Although there was no practice for this, it was very piously recited.

            Litany and Acts by the same people as above. It was good to hear the prayers in Gaelic!

            Sister Jane Mackenzie speaks. "Recording of the Rosary was made possible by the courtesy of Mr.Joe Gillis, Sydney, and was recited at the home of Archie Mackenzie.

            Meditations by Hugh MacKenzie (Gaelic)

            Night prayers by Anthony MacKenzie of East Bay. Calls upon God's mercy and protection for the family.
            If anyone should die they should wake in the arms of God.

            Next prayer will be the Acts (Humility, etc.) in Gaelic by Hugh MacKenzie.

            Hugh MacKenzie, Anthony MacKenzie, and Joe Gillis recite the Our Father, Hail Mary, and the Creed.

            Hugh MacKenzie tells us: "You had no book, Anthony." No, he didn't - prayers said were learned at his mother's knee.

            Hugh MacKenzie tells us: "This is the prayer we recited when leaving the house at night."

            Anthony MacKenzie recites prayer said before retiring at night.

            Hugh MacKenzie recites prayer of thanks giving.

            Anthony MacKenzie recites the Act of Contrition.

            Hugh MacKenzie introduces Anthony Mackenzie who will sing a Gaelic song. "This song was composed by Mrs. MacKinnon of Big Pond because the people of that area missed Father Neil MacLeod after he had been sent to Rome."

            Anthony MacKenzie sings (Religious song)

            Anthony MacKenzie recited "Hymn to the Holy Ghost"

            Hugh MacKenzie recites the Nicene Creed, Confiteor, and continued with the Prayer before the Crucifix.

            Divine Praises: De Profundis (Hugh MacKenzie)

            Litany of the Guardian Angels (Hugh MacKenzie)

            Anthony MacKenzie sings a lament composed by Rev. Angus MacDoald's sister in Barra, Scotland in the latter part of the 18th century. She later married a MacKinnon and settled in Rear Christmas Island.

            Hugh MacKenzie says the "Anthony MacKenzie is over 80 years of age and his memory is
            remarkable...The lament he just sang was learned from his mother."

            MacKenzie, Hugh Francis
            MG 21.8-T-3021 · Item · Oct. 1959
            Part of D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

            Item is a sound recording of a performance in Framboise.

            Track List: Side A:

            Track A1: 'S i Mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach. Singer: Alex MacAskill, Framboise. 02:56

            Track A2: Ged a Sheòl Mi air M'Aineol. Composed by Roderick Morrison of Loch Lomond. Singer: Neil D. Morrison, Framboise. 04:58

            Track A4: Conversation in English and Gaelic 11:11

            Track A5: Billy Billy Bayou. Singer: Matt MacQueen. 01:51

            Track A6: 'S i Mo Ghaol a'Mhaighdean Lurach Singer: Alex MacAskill, Framboise. 03:01

            Track A7: Conversation primarily in English (Alex MacAskill, John Alex MacAskill, Neil D. Morrison, Matt MacSween, Malcolm Buddy, Walter Donald Jr. , Mary, John D. MacAskill, Black Angus MacAskill, John N. MacSween). 03:11

            Track A8: Fiddle Tunes. 01:26

            Track A9: Pipe music. 03:15

            Track A10: Pipe music. 3:14

            Track A11: Òran na Tì - Local composition about tea. Composer and singer unknown. 03:14

            Side B
            Track B1: Eilean Sgìtheanach nam Buadh. Singer: Alex MacAskill, Framboise. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 257. 33:18

            Track B2: Horo Mo Nighean Donn Bhòidheach. Singer: Unknown. 05:48

            Track B3: 21st Psalm in Gaelic. Singer: Unknown 03:15

            Track B4: Christmas at the Bridge/Morrison's Store. SInger: Matt MacSween. 02:14

            Track B5: Eilean Mo Chrìdh'. Chorus only. Singer: Matt MacSween. 00:11

            Track B6: In The Cross Be My Glory Ever. SInger: Matt MacSween. 02:10

            CA BI T-410 · Item · 1972
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of interviews with residents of Benacadie and Castle Bay, Cape Breton (N.S). Recording includes songs, stories and community history.

            MacLennan, Mrs. Rod - Biographical sketch

            Doucette, Mrs. George - Biographical sketch

            Doucette, Mr. George - Biographical sketch

            MacNeil, Malcolm J. - Biographical sketch

            MacNeil, Malcolm J. - Story

            MacNeil, Malcolm J. - Na threig thu...leannainn

            MacInnis, Donald - Biographical sketch

            MacInnis, Donald - Gun crodh gun aighean

            Morrison, Peter - Biographical sketch

            Morrison, Peter and Donald MacInnis - Bitibh aotrom 's togaibh fonn

            Morrison, Peter and Donald MacInnis - O's ann tha mo ghaol-sa thall

            Morrison, Peter and Donald MacInnis - Gaidheal air aineol

            Morrison, Peter and Donald MacInnis - Tha mo chion-sa air an fhiurain

            MacNeil, Jim D. - Biographical Sketch

            MacNeil, Mrs. Hector J. - Biographical sketch

            MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence
            CA BI T-1104 · Item · 1975
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of a selection of Gaelic songs from the North River Area.

            MacDonald, Tommy - "O hi hugi o..."

            MacDonald, John Dan - "He mo leannan, ho mo leannan..."

            Shaw, John - "Hug us aran..."

            MacRae, Frank - "Mairi dhonn, bhoidheach dhonn..."

            Shaw, John - "O horo 's gum bheil tu air m'aire"

            MacRae, Mrs. Frank - "O horo ille dhuinn..."

            MacDonald, Tommy - "Ho ri horo nan, ho ro chall eile"

            MacDonald, John Dan - "Mo run 's mo nighean donn bhoidheach"

            Shaw, John - "Dh'olainn deoch air laimh mo ruin"

            Shaw, John - "Faill il o ro eileadh"

            Shaw, John - "Faill il o ro eileadh"

            MacDonald, Tommy - "O hi ri leibh a ho..."

            MacLeod, Dan A. - Twenty-third Psalm

            MacRae, Frank and MacDonald, Tommy - "Mo ruin 's mo nighean donn bhoidheach"

            Shaw, John - "Cha threiginn fhin mo chruinneag dhonn"

            Shaw, John - "Cha bhi mi buan 't bhi bhuam..."

            Shaw, John

            Shaw, John - "Mo Mhairi lurach..."

            Shaw, John - Song by An Gille Glas

            Shaw, John - "Cha'n olair leam dram le sunnd..." (Oran eile air an aobhar cheudna)

            Shaw, John
            CA BI T-1080 · Item · June, 1975
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Gaelic songs and stories from various informants includings John and Neil Williams, Mrs. Frank MacRae, Dan J. Morrison, Malcolm Angus MacLeod, Kenny Carmichael, and Dan MacLeod.

            Williams, John & Neil Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "Cruinneag na Buaile"

            Williams, John & Neil Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "Hi ho ro's na ho ro eile..."

            Williams, John & Neil Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "Thug mi gaol do'n té bhán..."

            Williams, John & Neil Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "E ho ro mo bhàta..."

            Williams, John & Neil Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "'S i mo leannan an té úr..."

            Williams, John & Neil Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "O ho ro ille dhuinn..."

            Williams, John & Neil Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "Mo nighean dubh"

            MacRae, Mrs. Frank Middle River "Illiu, illiu..."

            MacRae, Mrs. Frank Middle River "Ho ri o ro iille dhuinn..."

            MacRae, Mrs. Frank Middle River "He mo leannan, ho mo leannan..."

            Williams, John Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "Ho ro tha mo luaidh ort..."

            Williams, John Melford, Inverness County (N.S.) "Chunna mise mo leannan..."

            Morrison, Dan J. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Faill il o ..."

            Morrison, Dan J. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Dhomhnaill leantainn..." (?)

            Morrison, Dan J. Breton Cove, Victoria County "O ra hu a ..."

            Morrison, Dan J. Breton Cove, Victoria County "O ra hu a ..." (cont.)

            MacLeod, Malcolm Angus Breton Cove, Victoria County "Mo chuachag a ri ill u..."

            MacLeod, Malcolm Angus Breton Cove, Victoria County "Cha threiginn fhin mo chruinneag donn"

            Morrison, Dan J. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Dheanainn sùgradh..."

            Morrison, Dan J. Breton Cove, Victoria County "O ra hu a nighean dubh, nighean donn"

            Morrison, Dan J. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Ma bhuannaich thu bnighean ghrinn..."

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Chunna mi làir dhonn aig Seumas"

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Thogainn fonn gun bhith trom..."

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Tha mo bhreacan dubh fo'n dìle..."

            Morrison, Dan J. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Mo roghainn 's mo rùn..."

            MacLeod, Dan North River Bridge, Victoria County " 'S truagh nach robh mi fhìn ann..."

            Carmichael, Kenny Boston "Mo shoraidh do na caileagan..."

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Breton Cove, Victoria County "An gille dubh..."

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Faill dig a duaram..."

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. Breton Cove, Victoria County "Ho ro fear mo rùin thu..."

            Shaw, John
            Gaelic Songs and Precenting
            CA BI T-2018 · Item · 1929 - 1951
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Alex MacKinnon "Tha mula, tha mulad..."
            Hector MacKinnon & Family Precenting - Psalm 23
            Unidentified Singer "Ille Dhuinn"
            Unidentified Singer "Ho ro 's toigh leam fhein thu..."
            Hector Carmichael "Mo chridhe trom 's duilich leam..."
            Unidentified Singer "Ged chaih Iain a leaba..."
            Hector Carmichael "Dheanain sugrah leis a nigh'n uibh"
            Hector Carmichael "Ho ro i ri ill o ro"
            Hector Carmichael "The buaih air an uisge-bheatha..."

            Leach, MacEdward
            CA BI T-138 · Item · 1968
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item consists of audio recordings of Jim Charles Macneil, and Joe Campbell telling Gaelic stories and anecdotes, singing Gaelic songs, and discussing local history, traditions and genealogy.

            "The August Gale..." An account of the 1873 August Gale (Joe Campbell)

            "The snowslide..." A terrible diaster - many were killed, buried by falling snow. (Joe Campbell)

            "Story of my political career..." An account of his twenty years as councillor. (Joe Campbell)

            "Tha Fonn air na Mocaisean" Composed by a Cape Bretoner in Newfoundland (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            A new way of teaching the alphabet... (Jim Charles MacNeil) (Anecdote--Humourous)

            "Thill thu, Iain,an dh'fhuair thu na caoraich..." (Jim Charles MacNeil) (Anecdote--Humourous)

            "Railroad won't eat oats..." (Joe Campbell) (Anecdote--Humourous)
            Story about the drowning of three men... (Joe Campbell)

            A strange story. (Joe Campbell) Priests driving at night were troubled by a strange apparition on the road.

            The murder of "Klondike Angus" from Ben Eoin (Joe Campbell )

            Continuation of the "Klondike Angus" murder (Joe Campbell)

            Note signed by A.D. Morrison, Big Pond,for a Mr. Temple, was dishonoured...A young lawyer, D.A. Cameron, was hired (1896) (Joe Campbell)

            "Riley sold himself to the devil..." Riley went to Father MacKeagney for help. (Joe Campbell)

            Father Duncan MacDonald's arrival at Big Pond. (Joe Campbell)

            "Don MacIsaac's house is on fire!" (Joe Campbell) (Story--Second sight)

            Miracle cure in Margaree... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            Story of the mineral spring at Glengarry Road (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            "Bhean an tighe..." (Jim Charles MacNeil) Song composed in Big Pond when J.C. MacNeil & family were moving from that area.

            Discussion on shipbuilding at Johnstown... (Jim Charles MacNeil & Joe Campbell) The "Annie Laurie" and others.

            Cures in Big Pond... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            Father William's cures... (Joe Campbell)

            The Atkinson murder... (Joe Campbell)

            Storm in Cap Breton in 1905. (Joe Campbell) Storm stopped all mail in C.B.

            "'S e Cheap Breatuinn tir mo ghraidh..." (Jim Charles MacNeil) Composed by
            D.A. MacDonald, Framboise.

            A.W.R. Mackenzie started the Gaelic College at St. Ann's, C.B. (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            Mr. MacNeil was principal speaker at the Gaelic Mod, St. Ann's, on Pioneer Day (Jim Charles McNeil)

            Early history of the Gaelic Gollege... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            Farewell address to Dame Flora (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            A mysterious 'bocan' he saw... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            "Throw that stone into Hades out of my way!..." (Jim Charles MacNeil) (Anecdote--Humourous) "If I do, you'll meet it again!"

            "O gurmise th'air mo mhealladh..." (Joe Campbell)

            Story of a mail driver's hardships (Joe Campbell)

            Noise of a train was heard but there was no train... (Joe Campbell)

            Story about a lady from Middle Cape... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            "Fire on the mountain! Run boys, run!" (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            Tells a series of legends... (Jim Charles MacNeil)

            Beaton, Sister Margaret
            CA BI T-411 · Item · 1972
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Gaelic songs and stories collected in the Boisdale area. Recording includes a Gaelic mass and Gaelic hymns.

            Steele, John - Biographical sketch

            Steele, John - Story of a man buying a horse (Local)

            Steel, John - Story about Loch Mor (Loon Lake)

            Steele, John - Song: Eilean a' Fhraoich

            Steele, John - Stories

            Steele, John - A fishing story

            MacIntyre, Joseph - Biographical sketch

            MacIntyre, Joseph - A story about the supernatural

            MacIntyre, Joseph - Tha m'Inntinn Trom 's Cha Tog Mi Fonn

            MacIntyre, Joseph - Tha Mo Bhreacan-sa fo'n Dìle

            MacIntyre, Joseph - Ailein Duinn Nach Till Thu'n Taobh-sa

            MacIntyre, Joseph - Horo is Toigh Leam Fhìn Thu

            MacIntyre, Joseph - Eilean Sgitheanach nam Buadh

            MacDonald, Mrs. Marie - Biographical sketch

            MacDonald, Mrs. Marie - Two funny stories

            MacNeil, John Hector - Biographical sketch

            MacNeil, John Hector - Recitation of Lord's Prayer in Gaelic

            MacDonnell, Rev. Malcolm - Gaelic Mass televised - 1964

            MacLellan, Theresa - Violin selections

            MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence
            CA BI T-1103 · Item · 1975
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Alex Maclean (Big Baddeck), Hector Carmichael (Englishtown), Malcolm Angus Macleod (Skir Dhu), and Dan A. Macleod (North River Bridge.)

            MacLean, Alex; MacLeod, M.A. - "Gur e mo run an Domhnallach..."

            Carmichael, Hector & MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Chaidh mi a mach"

            Carmichael, Hector & MacLeod, Malcolm A. - Local milling song about fishing

            Carmichael, Hector & MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Tha buaidh air an uisge-beatha"

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "'S math a dhannsadh Uisdean Friseal"

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Morag Bheag"

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Chairistiona Caimbeul..."

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Cuir do lamh 'staigh fon aodach"

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Ged nacheil mi math air bardachd"

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "A ' Mhorag, nigh'n Dhomhnaill Duinn"

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Mo luaidh thu a chunna mi 'n diugh"

            MacLeod, Malcolm A. - "Hiu a ho tha mi fo lionn dubh"

            MacLeod, Dan A. - Customs surrounding "Calluinn"

            Shaw, John
            CA BI T-423 · Item · 1972
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of a selection of songs and stories performed by Peter Rankin, Troy (N.S).

            Song taught by his grandfather Aonghas Mor Dhonnachaidh Bhig, Sight Point, Inverness County
            Puirt-a-Beul and Diddling
            Song composed by Neil MacPhee for his nephew Danny Macintyre who worked in Inverness mine
            Mick(?) Aonghas Alasdair Bhain air Cul na Beinne
            Story about Uncle John
            Angan Beag
            Seinn o...seinn o

            MacEachern, Elizabeth
            CA BI T-1079 · Item · Jul. 1964
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Gaelic songs and stories with Malcolm Angus MacLeod, recorded by John Shaw in July 1964.

            Recording summary:

            "Fail diog a duaram..." - Humorous

            "Bheir mi ora..." - Milling song

            "Mo nighean donn a's boidhche..." - Love song

            Fragment of a song

            "Malcolm A.'s wedding day..." - Anecdote

            "O gur toigh leam a'Ghàidhlig" - Song in praise of Gaelic (Composed by Malcolm MacNeil)

            "U bhi a bhi..."

            Violin selections - Piano accomp. By Fr. John Angus Rankin

            Shaw, John
            CA BI T-1086 · Item · June, 1975
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of a selection of Gaelic songs performed by singers on Cape Breton's North Shore. Recording includes a Sgeulachd recited by Hughie Dan MacDonnell of Inverness, N.S.

            MacLeod, Malcolm Angus Breton Cove, Victoria County "Ho ro fear mo rùin thu..."

            MacLeod, Dan North River Bridge, Victoria County "Faill ill il eileadh o ro..."

            Shaw, John Wreck Cove. Victoria County "Mo chridhe trom 's duilich leam..."

            MacLeod, Malcolm Angus Breton Cove, Victoria County "An té a chaill a' Ghàidhlig"

            MacDonnell, Hughie Dan Inverness (N.S.) "Raonall Mac Ailein Óig"

            Shaw, John
            CA BI T-642 · Item · 1973
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of various singers performing Gaelic songs.

            Cameron, Finlay - Song - "Mo Nighean Dubh" (Boisdale, N.S)

            Cameron, Finlay - Song - "Gaol an t-Seoladair" (Boisdale, N.S)

            Beaton, Alexander - Song - "Bitibh aotrom 's togaibh fonn..." (Boisdale, N.S)

            Beaton, Alexander and Cameron, Finlay - Song - "O gur mise tha fo mighean..." (Boisdale, N.S)

            Cameron, Finlay - Song - "Tha mi sgith bho'n tim seo 'n de..." (Mabou, N.S)

            Beaton, Alexander - Song - "O hi ri ill o robha..." (Mabou, N.S)

            Cameron, Finlay - Story - sgeulachd (Boisdale, N.S)

            Campbell, Sandy - Song - "Cruinneag nam Buaile" (Detroit)

            Campbell, Sandy - Song - "Tha mo run air a'ghille" (Detroit)

            Campbell, Sandy - Song - "Teannaibh dluth is togaibh fonn..." (Detroit)

            Campbell, Sandy - Song - "Ho ro 's toigh leam fhein thu" (Detroit)

            Rankin, Angus (Black) - Song - "An cluinn thu leannain" (Mabou Ridge, N.S)

            Rankin, Angus (Black) - Song - Ochoin o ri mo chuideachd dileas.. (Mabou Ridge, N.S).

            Rankin, Angus (Red) - Song - O hi ri ill o robha (Mabou Ridge, N.S)

            Campbell, Alex Angus - Song - Eilean mo Chridhe (Detroit)

            Campbell, Alex Angus - Song - Se fa mo mhulad (Detroit)

            MacNeil, Mrs. Alex - Song - Horan o 's na hi iu o (Mabou, N.S)

            MacNeil, Mrs. Alex - Song - Illean ill o illean i... (Mabou, N.S)

            Cameron, Mrs. Finlay - Song - An te Ruadh (Boisdale, N.S)

            Cameron, Mrs. Katie Ann - Song - Horo iu 's na hiurabh (Mabou, N.S)

            Cameron, Mrs. Katie Ann - Song - Ochoin a righ gur e mi tha muladach (Mabou, N.S)

            MacMillan, Mrs. Janet - Song - Cailin mo run-sa (Port Hood, N.S)

            Beaton, Mrs. John - Thug mi run 's chuir mi Uidh (Mabou, N.S)

            Beaton, Mrs. John - Song - 'S ann tha'n commun grinn... (Mabou, N.S)

            Beaton, Mrs. John - Song - "Oran a' Bhotuil" (Mabou, N.S)

            Rankin, Angus (Red) - Song - "Bitibh aotrom 's togaibh fonn" (Mabou (N.S.) Ridge)

            Rankin, Angus (Black) - Song - "Mo run geal dileas" (Mabou (N.S.) Ridge)

            Beaton, Donald Alex
            CA BI T-380 · Item · 1972
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Gaelic singing with Alexander Beaton, Angus D. Rankin, Elizabeth MacEachern, Maggie Gillis (née MacDougall), Duncan Gillis of Hawthorne and Margaret S. (Duncan Peter) Campbell. Mr. Rankin is accompanied in singing of chorus by Angus (Sandy) Rankin and Alexander Beaton in all his songs. Charles "Miller MacDonald of Glencoe Mills speaks about mills and Hughena Campbell talks about cheesemaking.

            Side 1:

            Beaton, Alexander - "Òran do Ghille a Chaidh a Bhàthadh"

            Rankin, Angus D. - Song "Nach Muladach, Muladach Duine Leis Fhéin" (Local version)

            Rankin, Angus D. - Song "Seinn h-Iuraibh Bhinn O" (Seann Òran Seilige)

            Beaton, Alexander. - Song "O Siud an Taobh a Ghabhainn" by Anna Gillis

            Rankin, Angus D. - Song "Bitibh Aotrom 's Togaibh Fonn" By John "The Bard" MacLean

            Rankin, Angus D. - Song "Càite bheil I ann am Muile?"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "O Teannaibh Dlùth is Togaibh Fonn"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "A Fhleasgaich Uasail"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "a'Chruinneag Ìleach"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "An t-Alltan Dubh"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "Mo Nighean Donn Bhòidheach"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "Gaol nan Cruinneag"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "Éirich is Cur Umad 's Tiugainn Leam"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - Song "Màiri Bhàn"

            Beaton, Murdoch - Duan for a réiteach.

            Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: "Dòmhnall Cruaidh agus an Ceàrd"

            Beaton, Murdoch - Song " Cumha Bàs Fir agus a h-Ìghne" composed by Sìleas na Ceapaich.

            Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd air Mgr Ailean MacIlleathain

            Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd air Ailean a Rids, an t-Each aige 's Mgr Ailean

            Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd air Aonghas Cìobair ann a Seatago

            Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: Coilleach an Àite Clog

            Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: An Cù Leisg

            Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: Fear a Fhuair Muc an Asgaidh

            Beaton, Murdoch - Naidheachd: Léine Ùr airson Piognaig

            Beaton, Murdoch - Song "Òran na Seana Mhaighdinn"

            Beaton, Murdoch - Song "A 'Dhòmhnuill Bhig a hu a ho"

            Side 2:

            Campbell, Margaret S. (Mrs Duncan Peter) of Glencoe Mills - Song "Deoch-Slàinte Luchd nam Brachannan"

            MacDonald, Hugh Donald of Glencoe Mills - Song "Eilean Sgitheanach nam Buadh"

            MacDonald, Charles "Miller" - Operating grist, carding and saw mills

            Campbell, Hughena - Making cheese

            MacEachern, Elizabeth - song "Clachan Ghlinndaruadhail"

            Gillis, Maggie (née MacDougall) - Song "Annie Laurie" in Gaelic

            Gillis, Maggie (née MacDougall) - Hymn "Pulling Hard Against the Stream"

            Gillis, Duncan - song "Chì Mi Bhuam"

            Unknown - song "Duanag an t-Seòladair"

            MacEachern, Elizabeth
            CA BI T-1160 · Item
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Kate MacDougall singing, and explaining, a selection of Gaelic songs. A number of songs are composed by Sandy MacIsaac of Big Pond.

            "Illean ill o, illean i..."
            Tells the background of the song - the story of two men building a boat
            Tells the story of the next song - a man in search of a wife
            "O gur bha mi air mo mhealladh..."
            Discussing the song, tells of the wedding, tricks played on the bride and groom...
            Mo chridhe trom 's tha duilich leam
            Song to the picnic in Iona

            MacDougall, Rannie
            CA BI T-368 · Item · 1972
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Margaret MacLean performing a number of Gaelic songs. Includes:

            "Hu O Ro Hu O"
            "Dh' Fhalbh Mo Rùn, 's Dh' Fhàg e'n Cala"
            "Òran a Leòdhasaich" (Composed by MacLean for Scottish visitor, Angus Smith)
            "Òran an Teine" (Composed by Lachlan Currie)
            "Turus an Ànraidh" (Composed by Lachlan Currie)
            "Gaol a Thug Mi Og". Sailing song, not the popular love song. See Associated Materials for link to an online transcription.
            "Mo Mhàli Bheag Og". Differs greatly from published versions.
            "Deoch-Slàinte Ghàidheil Ghasda". War song

            Stolarsky, Mildred
            MG 21.8-T-3033 · Item
            Part of D.J. MacDermaid Songs & Stories Collection

            Item is a sound recording of Gaelic Songs with Ross MacDonald.

            Cassette notes it as tape #116.

            Track List:
            Side A
            Track A1 - Àm ar n-Òige. Composed by Kenneth A. Ferguson. In: Beyond the Hebrides p. 192. 03:31
            Track A2 - Òran Nighinn. Local Composition. Composer unknown. 05:00
            Track A3 - Mo Nighean Dubh tha Bòidheach Dubh. 04:50
            Track A4 - Fuadach nan Gàidheal. 02:02
            Track A5 - Is Toigh Leam an Gàidhealtachd. 02:45
            Track A6 - Moladh an Lanndaidh. 02:53
            Track A7 - Gléidh an Dùn. Hymn. 02:16
            Track A8 - Tha e Beò. Hymn. 02:17
            Track A9 - O m' Anam Beannaich Thusa Nisd. Psalm 103 sung as a hymn. 02:05
            Track A10 - Tha Dòmhnall air an t-Saoghail seo 's e tàmh ri taobh Loch Lomond. Local Composition. 01:56
            Track A11 - Thug Mi Gaol don' Fhear Bhàin. 01:01

            Side B
            Track B1 - Hymn in Gaelic 03:11
            Track B2 - Hymn in Gaelic 03:03
            Track B3 - 23rd Psalm in Gaelic sung as a hymn, 03:44
            Track B4 - Were You there when they Crucified my Lord. Recording of choir. 04:56
            Track B5 - Hymn in English. Sung by choir. 03:47
            Track B6 - Coming Home. Hymn in English. 04:55

            CA BI T-124 · Item · 1969
            Part of Sound and Moving Image Collection

            Item is an audio recording of Annie, Mrs. Jack MacLean, her son Peter MacLean, and Joseph MacKenzie - both of Boston (Mass.) but formerly of Christmas Island, performing Gaelic songs.

            Recording Summary:

            • "Mi Seo 'nam Shìneadh air an t-Sliabh" composed by Dr. MacLachlan of Rahoy.
            • "Horo Is Toigh Leam Fhìn Thu" (Annie, Mrs. J. MacLean, Peter MacLean, Joseph MacKenzie)
            • "Tha Mi Seo 'gad Chuimhneachadh" composed by Donald Alec MacDonald of Kensaleyre, Skye. (Joseph MacKenzie)
            • "An Gàidheal a'Tilleadh Dhachaidh o'n Chogadh" Part IV of Donald MacKechnie's song "An Cogadh ann an Africa-mu-Dheas" concerning the Boer War. Printed in MacTalla Vol. X No. 1. (Annie, Mrs. J. MacLean)
            • "A Chruinneag Ìleach" (Annie, Mrs. J. MacLean)
            • "Fuadach nan Gàidheal" (Peter MacLean and Joseph MacKenzie)
            • "Gleann na Maiseadh" composed by John V. MacNeil (Annie, Mrs. J. MacLean)
            • "Gaidheal air Aineoil" composed by John V. MacNeil (Annie,Mrs. J. MacLean)
            • "A' Bhanais Chridheil" composed by Malcolm H. Gillis (Annie, Mrs. J. MacLean)
            • "Tha Mo Bhreacan Dubh fo'n Dìle" (Annie, Mrs. J. MacLean. In Cape Breton Highlander, reprinted from Dec. 15, 1894 issue of Mac-Talla, courtesy of Neil Morrison, Sydney Forks)
            • "Aideachadh an Fhleasgaich Ghlic" Composed by Archie J. MacKenzie (Annie, Mrs. J. MacLean)
            • "An Tulach Bhòideach" Archie J. MacKenzie (Annie, Mrs. J. MacLean)