Gaelic folksongs from the Isle of Barra

by Campbell, John Lorne

Publisher: Published by Linguaphone Institute for Folklore Institute of Scotland in [London]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 55 Downloads: 402
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  • Folk songs, Scottish Gaelic

Edition Notes

Contains the text and translations of the records.

Statementrecorded by J.L. Campbell ; edited and translated by J.L. Campbell, with the collaboration of Annie Johnston and John MacLean.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsM1746.C224 G3 1950z
The Physical Object
Pagination55 p. :
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14776419M

Donald Kissil recordings from Dunvegan, Scotland; Nerja, Spain; and Marrakech, Morocco Catalog Record Only Field recordings of folk music from Dunvegan, Scotland; Nerja, Spain; and Marrakech, Morocco recorded by Donald Kissil in Kissil compiled and edited the tapes and added commentary about the recordings in at WDHA FM, Dover, New Jersey, with the assistance of Peter Arnow. Isle of Barra Hotels: Find 2, traveller reviews and 1, candid photos for hotels in Isle of Barra, Scotland on Tripadvisor.   Comment: Brand new, unread book, with minor shelf-wear only. Gaelic Scotland is one of the world's great treasure-houses of song. In this acclaimed anthology, Anne Lorne Gillies has gathered together music and lyrics from every corner of the Gaelic-speaking Highlands and Islands to illustrate an extraordinary tradition that stretches from the bardic effusions of ancient times to the Celtic /5(13). The following traditional Gaelic songs come from the forthcoming publication Òrain Cèilidh Teaghlaich (The Family Cèilidh Gaelic Song Collection), compiled by Brian Ó hEadhra, published by Anam Communications.. This selection has been commissioned for TRACS (Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland), who are providing song resources for Scotland Sings , edited by Steve Byrne.

The Isle of Barra is the jewel of the Hebrides. It has everything to offer the holidaymaker, stunning beaches, watersports, hillwalking, good food, spectacular scenery, wildlife, wild flowers and is steeped in history. It is a paradise for photographers, walkers, runners and cyclists and the friendliness of the welcome is second to none/5(7). otter translation in English-Scottish Gaelic dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 0 sentences matching phrase "otter".Found in 0 ms. John Lorne Campbell of Canna carried out a great deal of research into the life and work of Father Allan MacDonald. Through various publications he brought the work of Father Allan as a Gaelic scholar, poet and folklorist to the attention of the wider community. In he published a pamphlet on the life and work of Father Allan ( - ). Gaelic Scotland is one of the world's great treasure-houses of song. In this anthology, Anne Lorne Gillies has gathered together music and lyrics from all over the Gaelic-speaking Highlands and Islands - an extraordinary tradition that stretches in an unbroken line from the bardic effusions of ancient times to the Celtic fusions of today's vibrant young Gaelic musicians and poets.

Scottish Centre for Island Studies, University of the West of Scotland This page is a supplement to ‘Scotland’s Hebrides; Song and ulture, Transmission and Transformation; by Ray urnett and Kath ryn A. Burnett in Godfrey Baldacchino (ed.), Island Songs, A Global Repertoire, The Scarecrow Press, London, , pp. 81 – It has been. archive of over folksongs and stories dating from the ’s, a stunning collection of black and white photographs of a disappearing way of Hebridean life, more than manually transcribed Gaelic songs (songs which had hitherto never been written down), one of the world’s most.

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Gaelic folksongs from the Isle of Barra. [London] Published by Linguaphone Institute for Folklore Institute of Scotland [?] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All. Reclaiming a Stolen Heritage: The Story of the MacNeills of Brevig, Isle of Barra, Western Isles, Scotland by William S. McGurk liked it avg rating — 1 rating.

GAELIC FOLKSONGS FROM THE ISLE OF BARRA, with Annie Johnston and John MacLean M.A. Linguaphone Co. for the Folklore Institute of Scotland Book of words with five twelve inch. 78 r.p.m. discs. Many of the songs later appeared in the three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs with musical transcriptions by Francis Collison.

Particularly her grandmother’s brother Ruairidh Iain Bhàin, described in John Lorne Campbell’s book Gaelic Folksongs from the Isle of Barra; and his son Captain Donald Joseph MacKinnon – Dòmhnall Eòsaph.

Things changed for Anne as she began secondary school. At this time, all over the Hebrides, and some more remote parts of the.

The Gaelic language forms an important part of the Outer Hebrides’ identity. At the turn of the Millennium the census revealed more than half of the residents on each of our Western Isles as Gaelic speakers –with around three quarters of the population in some areas speaking the traditional Celtic language.

Hebridean Folksongs: A Collection of Waulking Songs, Volume 3 Donald MacIntyre donn Dorian mode duinn eadh eann eight-bar melody éirigh Eriskay fhéin five phrases Folksongs four phrases gach Gaelic songs ghabh Gura mise tha hao ri Hebrides Hexatonic Hexatonic Scale hiri hoireann horo Iain Introductory refrain Iochdar Isle of Barra Kennedy.

Author of Fr. Allan McDonald of Eriskay,Highland songs of the Forty-Five, Highland songs of the Forty-five, Strange things, The book of Barra, Canna, the story of a Hebridean island, Gaelic folksongs from the Isle of Barra, Edward Lhuyd in the Scottish Highlands, John Lorne Campbell’s most popular book is Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales.

John Lorne Campbell has 22 books on Goodreads with ratings. John Lorne Campbell’s most popular book is Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales. Gaelic Folksongs from the Isle of Barra by.

John Lorne Campbell. did not like it avg rating — 1 rating. Want to Read. There are also nearly vinyl disc recordings in Canna House, including of Gaelic folksongs recorded by JLC in Barra and Uist in These were the first electrical recordings of such material and are a valuable resource – many of the singers recorded.

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I bought this CD as part of a fundraiser for the Barra Hospice Appeal (for those who don't know, Barra is one of the islands in Scotland's Outer Hebrides). I had visited the island more than once and wanted to participate in this charitable appeal.

I was expecting something far less professional-sounding.5/5(3). Books in Gaelic and relating to Gaelic topics contributed by the National Library of Scotland. Poll book at the election of a Knight of the Shire for the county of the Isle of Wight, taken on the 10th day of June, Gaelic Books.

5, K. MacLaren's Gaelic self-taught. Songs of Gaelic Scotland By (author) Anne Lorne Gillies. Gaelic Scotland is one of the world’s great treasure-houses of song.

In this anthology, Anne Lorne Gillies has gathered together music and lyrics from all over the Gaelic-speaking Highlands and Islands – an extraordinary tradition that stretches in an unbroken line from the bardic effusions of ancient times to the Celtic fusions of. Gaelic folksongs from the Isle of Barra.

/ Recorded by J.L. Campbell; edited and translated by J.L. Campbell with the collaboration of Annie Johnston and John MacLean. [London]: Published by Linguaphone Institute for Folklore Institute of Scotland, [?] Reading: an intermediate textbook for classroom use / Kiyoshi Hasegawa, Christopher Tate.

The Gaelic Books Council. The Gaelic Books Council stocks every Gaelic book in print including prose, poetry, songs, music, children's material etc. They have a catalogue. The Gaelic books council ships worldwide and takes credit/debit cards.

Postage is free to UK addresses, elsewhere add 30%. Comhairle nan Leabhraichean 32 Sràid Achadh a. Celtic Groups & Ceilidh Bands available in Isle Of Barra, Scottish Islands Hire a s or s tribute band for a wedding, party or event in Isle Of Barra, Scottish Islands.

Choose from 47 of the best local Scottish, English and Irish folk musicians.5/5(). () 8 tracks: Robh thu sa bheinn. (Were you in the Mountains?) / Mo run Ailein (My Love Alan) * Ho ro hug o hug o * Latha siubhal beinne dhomh (One Day as I Roamed the Hills) * Pipe reels * A bhean as thall a rinn an gaire (Woman Over There Who Laughed) * An fhideag airid (The Silver Whistle) * Is moch an diugh a rinn mi gluasad (Early Today I Set Out).Price: £ Craobh Nan Ubhal (Traditional Gaelic Songs from the Western Isles) Flora had a perfect voice and manner for the traditional Gaelic songs--lovely singing and good selection of music.

Good price too. Read more. Helpful. Book Depository Books With Free Delivery Worldwide:5/5(2). Famed for their traditional Gaelic songs, as well as the skills of local pipers and fiddle and accordion players, the Outer Hebrides have become world-renowned for their music.

For over twenty years, the Hebridean Celtic Festival has taken place in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, showcasing the talents of traditional musicians from countries. Photography: new book shows how Margaret Fay Shaw captured a vanishing way of life in the Hebrides Perhaps the most striking example is an image of the first plane to land at the Isle of Barra.

Song > Gaelic Song > Books/eBooks. We have a great selection of Gaelic song books for all occasions as well as specialised song books from particular areas of the Highlands and Islands.

FTX - AILEIN DUINN. SONGS IN SCOTS GAELIC. FLORA McNEIL & OTHERS. FLORA Mc NEIL from Barra in the Outer Hebrides introduces her own family collection of songs. Other singers include Calum Johnston and Donald Mc Kinnon and we hear some actuality Work Songs by.

Gaelic Folksongs from the Isle of Barra, recorded by J. Campbell, edited and translated by J. Campbell with the collaboration of Annie Johnston and John MacLean, M.A., published by the Linguaphone Institute for the Folklore Institute of Scotland. Of all forms of oral tradition none, perhaps, has attained such popularity as folk songs.

Margaret Fay Shaw, who has died at the age ofwas one of the most notable collectors of authentic Scottish Gaelic song and traditions in the 20th century. Volume 2: Eilean Bharraigh (Isle of Barra) The island of Barra in the Outer Hebrides has been overwhelmingly Gaelic-speaking for many centuries.

The downward trend of Gaelic-speaking in this part of the Hebrides set in shortly after the Second World War. Gaelic folksongs from the Isle of Barra. / Recorded by J.L. Campbell; edited and translated by J.L.

Campbell with the collaboration of Annie Johnston and John MacLean Campbell, J. (John Lorne), [ Book: ] Languages: English;Scottish Gaelic, [1 other] At ANU Library. Destination guide to the Outer Hebrides. Take a look at our Outer Hebrides travel guide including how to get there and things to do on the Outer Hebrides.

Walking. If you like walking, this is a great walk book – The Outer Hebrides: 40 Coast and Country Walks (Pocket Mountains) – this book covers Barra to Lewis and includes the Isle of Lewis. Read our review of our favourite walk books.

Isle of Man: Manx Gaelic Book Review - Paloma. Submitted by Valerie Caine on Ma - pm. A close working relationship between the Manx Language Development Officer at Culture Vannin and the Irish Language Editor of The Irish Times has resulted in the release of the first of a trio of new books in Manx Gaelic.

Gàidhlig (Scottish Gaelic) Local Studies Vol. Eilean Bharraigh 2 nd Edition September, 2nd Edition Page 4 of 38 1 Introduction The island group around Eilean Bharraigh (Isle of Barra) forms the southernmost part of the island. Mostly Celtic Songbook 3 Introduction After sitting in on some of the former Tuesday evening open seisiúns at C.B.

Hannegan’s in Los Gatos, and trying to sing along but not remembering the lyrics, it seemed like a good idea to compile a songbook that we could all potentially Size: KB. music by capercaillie, julie fowlis, kathleen macinnes, mary jane lamond rankin family and other gaelic songs.Gaelic Folksongs from the Isle of Barra.

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