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60 Years of Scottish Gaelic 1899-1959

Various Artists - Gaelic

Scottish
Fremeaux

Released: 13th February 2012
Catalogue Number: FA5359
Barcode: 3561302535920
Running Time: 53+59mins.

2xCD£18.00 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.


Why does it take a French company to do this?
Older than 2000 years, Scottish Gaelic is one of the oldest languages ​​in Europe. Its language and culture experienced a "revival" in late nineteenth century and when it was blooming the fledgling recording industry quickly made the best of this opportunity to grab some 40 recordings. Presented and illustrated in an accompanying booklet of 28 pages.

CD1:
1. Roderick MacLeod - posadh puithir bhain (highland wedding song) •
2. Hugh MacKay - sa choill ud thall (the island herdmaid) •
3. Alfred James Forbes - cumha mhic criomain (lament for maccrimmon) •
4. Jenny M.B. Currie - o till a leannain (return my darling) •
5. Kenneth MacRae - a puirt beul (mouth tunes) •
6. Norman Macphail Blair - mi theid g'ad amharc (i'll come back and see ye) •
7. Morag MacDonald - eilean chridh mo (isle of my heart) •
8. Stewart MacInnes - year cluinn thu mi, mo nighean donn (will you listen to me, my brown haired maid) •
9. James C.M. Campbell - oran mor mhicleoid (macleod's great song) •
10. James C. MacPhee - an airigh (shieling)
11. Margrat Duncan - an t-lad chuir suil a piot; cairistiona chaimbeul; gobhar nan as a chur a chreig •
12. Nan McInnes - t-seoladair gaol year (the soldier of love) •
13. Andrew R. Grinlaw - posadh piuth'r iain bhain (highland wedding song) •
14. Neil McLean - chailin mhaiseach dhonn (the fair maid comely) •
15. Glasgow Gaelic Choir - eilean leodhais (isle of lewis) •
16. Angus Whyte - birlinn cholla chiotaich (columba's galley) •
17. Campbeltown Gaelic Choir - taladh •
18. Greenock Gaelic Choir - cairistiona chaimbeul - strathspey; chur a nan gobhar - reel
Bonus Tracks
19. Jessie McLachan niven - ho ro mo nigheann bhoidheach donn (my nut brown maiden) •
20. Phemie Marquis - a fairy's love song (hat sgith mi)

CD2:
1. Madge Campbell Brown - a 'bhirlinn bharrach (kishmul's galley) •
2. Oban Gaelic Choir - far an robh mi'n raoir •
3. Heloise "Jane" Russell-Fergusson - 'a chruinneag leach (the maiden islay) •
4. Archibald Grant - fagail barraidh (leaving barra) •
5. Cathie B. MacLean - soraidh slan le fionn-airidh (farewell to fiunary) •
6. Glasgow Gaelic Junior Choir - leam toigh is a 'ghaidhealtachd •
7. Donald MacIsaac - eilean ghaoil mo (isle of my love) •
8. Duncan McLellan - puirt-a-beul; no. 1 - a chur gobhar nan as a 'chreig; cairistiona chaimbeul; mac-a-phy •
9. Sydney MacEwan - maighdeanan h'airidhe na (from "songs of the hebrides") 10. Allan MacLean - eilean leodhais (isle of lewis) •
11. Alasdair Matheson - fagail leodhais (lewis leaving) •
12. Allan MacRitchie - mhairead og (mull fisher's love song) •
13. Roderick MacKinnon - part 4. i spent the night ... [bratach bana] •
14. Jack Campbell - sa choill ud thall (the island herdmaid) •
15. Murdo Ferguson - mo ghaol mairi (mairi my love) •
16. John "hoddan" MacDonald - tarbh ur an "ai" (little calum) •
17. Angus C. MacLeod - a chalum bhig •
18. Hugh MacQueen - mo na maraichean run air (love my late) •
19. Kitty MacLeod - leodhas ghraidh mo (isle of lewis dear) •
20.Na h-Eilthirich - thug o-lathail o horo (jacobite)
Why does it take a French company to do this?
Older than 2000 years, Scottish Gaelic is one of the oldest languages ​​in Europe. Its language and culture experienced a "revival" in late nineteenth century and when it was blooming the fledgling recording industry quickly made the best of this opportunity to grab some 40 recordings. Presented and illustrated in an accompanying booklet of 28 pages.

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