Item T-1086 - Gaelic Songs from the North Shore

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Gaelic Songs from the North Shore

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T-1086

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  • June, 1975 (Creation)
    Creator
    Shaw, John
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    North Shore (N.S)

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1 audio reel

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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"

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First song is a continuation of T-1080: Malcolm Angus Macleod's "Ho Ro Fear Mo Ruin Thu".

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