Stòras Gàidhlig Cheap Breatuinn

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  • Used to collate the archival descriptions entered as a part of the 2017 Stòras Gàidhlig Cheap Breatuinn special project, to inventory the Gàidhlig holdings at the Beaton Institute.

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970 Archival description results for Stòras Gàidhlig Cheap Breatuinn

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"Am Ministear Sanntach"

  • MG 6.48
  • Fonds
  • n.d.

Fonds consists of a Gaelic story: "The Greedy Minister"

"Chi Mi Bhuam Fada Bhuam"

Item is a copy of a song composed by John MacFadyen of Mull in praise of his island. The song was written down by Mrs. MacDonald. Also included is the song as published in MacFadyen's book, Sgeulaiche nan Caol.

"Guth Barrach"

  • MG 6.47
  • Fonds
  • n.d.

Fonds consists of an address to the Gaels in Canada by the author Donald Sinclair of Barra and later Glasgow. He names is signed using his patronymic "Dòmhnull Dhòmhnuill Dhunnchaidh Chìobair" and initials from the Gaelic for Sinclair "D.M.N.C.". His signature also states that his is from Barra.

"Mairead"

  • GPLAY22
  • Item
  • 1923

Item is a play that was performed by the Scottish Catholic Society of Canada (Sydney branch) at the Lyceum. Along with the original Scottish publication, 3 copies of the play have been typed out for use by performers.

MacInnis, Joseph J.

"Mo Dhachaidh" by Rev. Francis Cameron

Item is an audio recording of "Mo Dhachaidh" played by Rev. Cameron at Sacred Heart Church, Sydney (N.S.). Organist was Shauna Doolan. This performance is a repetition of the "Mo Dhachaidh" played at the funeral of Rev. Michael Gillis at St. Andrew's Church, Boisdale (the organist was Sister Rodriquez Steele).

"Ri Guaillibh a'Cheile"

  • GPLAY41
  • Item
  • c. 1930

Item is a play which asserts that Gaels must be more progressive and less focused on nostalgia.

"Star Spangled Banner"

  • MG 6.44
  • Fonds

Fonds consists of the Gaelic version of the American national anthem.

100th Anniversary Mass of St. Margaret of Scotland Church

Item is an audio recording of the 100th anniversary mass at St. Margaret of Scotland Church in Grand Mira (N.S)

MacDonald, Rev. Paul Introduction of platform guests

MacIntyre, Piper Dannie "You Take the High Road"

St. Margaret's Church Choir Come Holy Ghost

Power, Bishop W.E. MacLeod, Rev. A.J. MacDonald; Rev. Bernard O'Keefe, Rev. Laurence MacDonald, Rev. Paul Celebrants of the mass

Power, Bishop W.E. MacLeod, Rev. A.J. MacDonald; Rev. Bernard O'Keefe, Rev. Laurence MacDonald, Rev. Paul Sermon

St. Margaret's Church Choir Hymn

Power, Bishop W.E. Continuation of Mass

St. Margaret's Choir Communion Hymn

Gaelic Hymn singers from Gaelic Hymn

Power, Bishop W.E. Remarks

MacIntyre, Piper Dannie You Take the High Road

1970 Broad Cove Scottish Concert

Item is an audio recording of part of the Scottish Concert at Broad Cove in 1970, recorded by Angus MacDonald.

Recording summary:
Address at opening of concert - MacEachern, Most Rev. Malcolm - Address
Song - written in honor of Bishop MacEachern - MacEachern, Rev. John Hugh - Song of praise
Song - "An t-Alltan Dubh" - MacEachern, Mrs. Bessie - Hunting song - Chorus sung by Rev. John Angus Rankin
Violin selections - MacLean, Sandy - Strathspeys and reels
Opening address at Broadcove concert, 1971 - MacEachern, Hon. Allen J. - Address
Violin selections - MacMaster, Buddy - Medley of Scottish tunes - Piano accompaniment by Rev. John Angus Rankin

1973 Glendale Festival of Cape Breton Fiddling

Bagpipe selections - MacInnis, Sheldon - Amazing grace
Bagpipe selections - MacInnis, Sheldon - March - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - LeBlanc, Paddy - Marches, strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Margaret MacPhee
Violin selections - Kennedy, Willie - Piano accompaniment by John Morris Rankin
Violin selections - MacInnis, John Joe - Jigs, strathspeys, reels - Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Violin selections - MacLellan, Teresa - Slow air and marches, jigs - Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Violin selections - Steele, John - Waltz
Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Violin selections - Cameron, Rev. Francis - Slow air, march, reels - Piano accompaniment by Janet Cameron
Piano solo - Beaton, Joey - March
Violin selections - Beaton, Mrs. Archie - Strathspey and reel - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - MacEachern, Dan Hughie - Slow airs - Piano accompaniment by Betty Lou MacNeil
Violin selections - Campbell, Gregory - Strathspey and reel - Piano accompaniment by John Morris Rankin
Violin selections - MacMaster, Vincent - March, strathspey and reels - Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Welcomes all to the Festival - official opening of Sunday's program - Rankin, Rev. John Angus - Address
Gives summary of Festival, introduces Hon. Allan J. MacEachern - MacPherson, Judge Hugh Festival Chairman - Address
Speaks on the Festival and Scottish culture - MacEachern, Hon. Allan J., Pres. Of Privy Council - Address
Violin selections - Chisholm, Archie Neil - Strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Maybelle Doyle
Stepdancing - MacPherson, Ellen and Garry - Stepdancing - Music by Buddy MacMaster and Mary Lou MacNeil
Violin selections - MacEachern, James - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - MacDougall, Hector - Strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Maybelle Doyle
Violin selections - MacInnis, Sandy - Piano accompaniment by Marie MacLellan
Bagpipe selections - Beaton, Mrs. Deanie Munro - Marches
Bagpipe selections - Bearon, Mrs. Deanie Munro - Jigs - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Morag a'Dunbheagan - MacPherson, James - Love song - Accompaniment by Ellen MacPherson
The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen - MacPherson, James - Patriotic song
Violin selections - MacMaster, Buddy - Slow air, marches, reels - Accompaniment by Betty Lou MacNeil
Violin selections - LeBlanc, Donnie - Strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
An cluinn thu mi mo nighean donn... - MacMillan, Rev. Allan - Love song - Piano accompaniment by Janet Cameron
Violin selections - MacLean, Joe P. - March, strathspeys, reels - Marie MacLellan, piano accompaniment
Violin selections - Gillis, Michael - Marie MacLellan, piano accompaniment
Violin selections - Morris, Rev. Angus Beaton, Joey - Strathspeys and reels - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - MacIntyre, John - Piano accompaniment by Joey Beaton
Violin selections - Mini-grand finale, 35 fiddlers - Jigs, marches, strathspeys, and reels

Recording is available for research and study purposes only:
Tape Side 1: http://beaton.cbu.ca/atom/audio/T-698-1.mp3
Tape Side 1: http://beaton.cbu.ca/atom/audio/T-698-2.mp3

MacDonald, Kay

A Ceilidh at Benacadie

Item is an audio recording of a ceilidh at Benacadie, N.S. Includes conversation in English/Gaelic with informants throughout the Iona area. Features:

MacKinnon, Joseph - Brief biographical sketch

MacDonald, Joseph L. - A Ceilidh at Benacadie

Campbell, Neil - Biographical sketch

Campbell, Neil - How did your people first acquire land here?

MacNeil, Stephen R. Curator of Highland Village, Iona - Brief biographical sketch

MacNeil, Stephen R. Curator of Highland Village, Iona - Who were instrumental in bringing the Highland Village to Iona

MacNeil, Stephen R. Curator of Highland Village, Iona - How was land acquired for the Highland Village?

MacNeil, Stephen R. Curator of Highland Village, Iona - Highland Village Day

MacNeil, Stephen R. Curator of Highland Village, Iona - Problems facing a curator

MacDonald, Joseph Lawrence

A'Chuirt

  • GPLAY7
  • Item
  • 1966

Item is a play concerning the judgement of the actions of infamous factor Patrick Sellar during the Highland Clearances.

A. Seagan - Gaelic Songs

Item is a sound recording of Gaelic songs with Hector MacCormack.

Cassette notes it as tape #146.

Track List:
Side A
Track A1 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 18:04
Track A2 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 08:33
Track A3 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 05:02

Side B
Track B1 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 02:55
Track B2 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 03:59
Track B3 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 07:45
Track B4 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 01:28
Track B5 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 03:32
Track B6 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 01:39
Track B7 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 02:50
Track B8 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 01:54
Track B9 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 02:01
Track B10 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 01:34
Track B11 - TBD (Hector MacCormick) 01:39

Aithghearradh an Teagasg Chriosda agus Co-Chruinneachadh de dh’Urnaighean, Laoidhean, agus Comhairlean O Fhacal Dhe

  • G2
  • Item
  • 19-?

Item is a catechism, collection of hymns, prayers and council concerning the seven deadly sins. This was first produced by Fr. Alexander MacDonald (Maighstir Alasdair Mór). Rev. MacDonald was born in Lochaber, Scotland in 1801. He was ordained in Scotland in 1824 and after serving as parish priest in Moidart, immigrated to Cape Breton where, in 1842, he became parish priest in Mabou and Vicar General to the bishop of Arichat. D. 1865 in Mabou. Item was licenced to print by Bishop James Morrison, b. of Antigonish from 1913-1950.

Aithghearradh an Teagasg Chriosda. Agus Co-chruinneachadh de dh’Urnaighean, Laoidhean, agus Comhairlean O Fhacal Dhe

  • G3
  • Item
  • ca. 1920

Item is a catechism, collection of hymns, prayers and council concerning the seven deadly sins. This was first produced by Fr. Alexander MacDonald (Maighstir Alasdair Mór). Rev. MacDonald was born in Lochaber, Scotland in 1801. He was ordained in Scotland in 1824 and after serving as parish priest in Moidart, immigrated to Cape Breton where, in 1842, he became parish priest in Mabou and Vicar General to the bishop of Arichat. D. 1865 in Mabou. Item was licenced to print by Bishop James Morrison, b. of Antigonish from 1913-1950.

Alasdair agus Mairi

  • G48
  • Item
  • 1969

Item is an early reader for school children.

Alba : A Scottish Miscellany in English and Gaelic

  • G56
  • Item
  • 1948

Item is a collection of stories and articles, in Gaelic and English, concerning Highland culture in Scotland. Some contributors include: Sorley MacLean, Calum MacLean, George Campbell Hay, Ruairidh Thompson and artist George Bain. The writings include some interesting commentary on advocacy in Gaelic education, adoption of new terminology in Gaelic and language revival.

Alex Goldie

Item is a sound recording of Alex Goldie.

Cassette notes it as tape #136.

Track List:
Side A
Track A1 - Falt trom trom dualach (Alex Goldie) 05:34
Track A2 - Rann airson na faoilleach & St. Andrew's Toast (Alex Goldie) 02:53
Track A3 - Comunn Mo Rùn (Alex Goldie) 02:24
Track A4 - Oran nam Fasan (composed by Seumas Caimbeul of North Sydney) (Alex Goldie) 03:12
Track A5 - Bhean an taighe ghaoil an fhortain (A drinking song) (Alex Goldie) 01:49
Track A6 - TBD (Alex Goldie) 03:40
Track A7 - Tha mo chion air an fhiùran (Alex Goldie) 05:27
Track A8 - Nighean an Tàilleir (Alex Goldie) 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

Alex Goldie, Gaelic Songs

Item is an audio recording of Gaelic song selections by Alex Goldie, Irish Cove, N.S.

"Illean ill o, illean i"
"Ochoin mo chailin..."
"Teannaibh dluth 's togaibh fonn"
"An teid thu leam, a ribhinn lurach"

Goldie, Alex

Alex Maceachern and Jessie MacDonald

Item is an audio recording of stories and songs performed by Jessie MacDonald (River Denys, N.S) and Alex Maceachern (Creignish, N.S).

MacEachern, Alex - A Bhean-taighe's na Sithichean

MacEachern, Alex - Murchadh is Mionachag

MacEachern, Alex - De chuireadh mulad ort latha do Bhainnse?

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Two short "bochdan" stories

MacDonald, Jessie - Mo nighean donn bhoidheach

MacDonald, Jessie - Oran mar gum b' ann le mhnaoi

MacDonald, Jessie - Fear a Bhata

MacDonald, Jessie - E hi ri ill raill o

MacDonald, Jessie - Togainn fonn air lorg an fheidh

MacDonald, Jessie - Mo nighean donn 's laghach thu

MacDonald, Jessie - Cnuic 's na glinn

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Burns and his Highland Mary

MacEachern, Elizabeth - Eilean a' Cheo

MacEachern, Elizabeth

Allan J. Gillis: Gaelic Songs

Tape of Gaelic songs, sent as a tape from Allan J. Gillis to Sister Margaret

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Na Cnuic 's na glinn bu bhoidhche leinn
A Fhleasgaich uasail ho ri ho ro

'S i mo dhùthaich a dh'fhàg mi
'S Truagh nach robh mise nan eilean mo chridhe

Gillis, Allan J.

Am Bru-Dhearg

  • GSB1
  • Item
  • 1913

Item is a collection of contemporary and traditional songs accompanied by sol-fa notation.

Am Bruadaraiche

  • G136
  • Item
  • 1980

Item is a short story about a man who travels the world in his dreams.

Am Fear a Chaill a Ghaidhlig

  • GPLAY54
  • Item
  • 1939

Item is a modified version of MacCormick's Am Fear a Chaill a Ghaidhlig and Banntrach Tharmaid modified for use by the Sydney branch of the Scottish Catholic Society of Canada.

Am Fear a Chaill a Ghaidhlig ; Calum is Bantrach Tharmaid

  • GPLAY17
  • Item
  • 1925

Item is a publication which contains two plays. The first is about a man that pretends to have forgotten his Gaelic. The man acquires Glasgow colloquial speech. The second story is a conversation between Norman's widow and Calum, who has just returned from serving with the British Army in Ireland.
There are also two typed plays by Joseph J. MacInnis which are somewhat based on and seem to consolidate MacNab's plays. MacInnis includes a booklet from the performance of the play at the Lyceum.

Am Fear-Smalaidh

  • G47
  • Item
  • 1971

Item is an early reader for school children.

Am Mosgladh ; Vol. 1

  • GN8
  • Item
  • 1929-1963

Item is a monthly periodical published by the Scottish Catholic Society of Canada. It covered Gaelic affairs in Nova Scotia and abroad and included articles on folklore and Scottish history.

Am Mosgladh ; Vol. 4

  • GN9
  • Item
  • 1932

Item is a monthly periodical published by the Scottish Catholic Society of Canada. It covered Gaelic affairs in Nova Scotia and abroad and included articles on folklore and Scottish history.

Am Mosgladh ; Vol.3

  • GN10
  • Item
  • 1930-1932

Item is a monthly periodical in published by the Scottish Catholic Society of Canada. It covered Gaelic affairs in Nova Scotia and abroad and included articles on folklore and Scottish history.

Am Mosgladh Mor

  • GPLAY23
  • Item
  • 1925

Item is a play concerning the adventures of dwarfs on a fictional island. It includes several original songs found at the back of the text with sol-fa notation.

Am Poidsear

  • GPLAY26
  • Item
  • 1951

Item is a translation of a humerus play about life in rural Wales.

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