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Oran Ur do Mhuile

Various Artists - Gaelic

Scottish
Mull Mod

Released: 15th December 2008
Catalogue Number: ORANURDO
Barcode: x
Running Time: 34mins.

CD£11.30 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


A CD celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Mull Local Mod.
The songs are both traditional and contemporary highlighting the continued production of poems, songs and airs in Gaelic.
The focus is obviously on the Island of Mull (and no mention of 'Balamory' in sight!)

1) Gheibhinn Cadal Math (Alasdair).
2) Moladh nan Eileanan (Kirsty).
3) Don Stiubhard air dha bhith fagail a 'Fusillier' (Alasdair).
4) An t-Eilean Alainn (Kirsty).
5) Gheibhinn Cadal Math (Alasdair).
6) Sin Shaun mo Bhrathair (Shannon).
7) A Mhuile nam Beann (Kirsty).
8) Eilean Muile far an tug mi suain (Alasdair).
9) Dhachaidh do Muile (Kirsty).
A CD celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Mull Local Mod.
The songs are both traditional and contemporary highlighting the continued production of poems, songs and airs in Gaelic.
The focus is obviously on the Island of Mull (and no mention of 'Balamory' in sight!)

Lineup

Alasdair White, Kirsty MacKinnon & Shannon MacLean - Vocals
with
Mary Ann Kennedy - Clarsach & B/vocals.
Findlay Napier - Guitar.
Gillian Frame - Fiddle & Viola.
Douglas Millar - Piano.
Davy Cattanach - Drums & Percussion.

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