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Duncan Chisholm Jul 18
Today’s tune was written by the Rev. William MacLeod in the late 1700’s on his leaving Skye It’s Gaelic name is ‘Mi'm shuidh'an deireadh bàta’ but it is known more by the English title ‘Sitting in the Stern of a Boat’ It is a tune of longing for the island he loved
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Emma MacLeod Apr 8
After quite a bit of persuasion, here is my contribution to the . Hope you enjoy! ✨
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Duncan Chisholm Jul 19
2/2 Thanks also for all of your messages throughout, I hope the music has brought you comfort in these uncertain times Recorded last night, here are a few tunes with my great pals and Stay safe and well ❤️
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Jane Hepburn Macmillan Apr 29
A wee set of waltzes, starting with Am Falbh Thu Leam a Rìbhinn Òg, in our almost finished house! 🤞🏼🏠🎻 I’m almost reluctant to fill it with furniture & lose the acoustics... but I guess a sofa will come in handy! 😆
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GlenfinnanCeilidhBnd Jun 5
Friday Frolics at a safe distance! Our very own Iain MacFarlane & Colm O’Rua give you ‘Crossing the Minch’
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Duncan Chisholm Jul 19
1/2 After over 4 months of daily posts, last night I experienced the joy of a (safe and socially distant) real ceilidh!! ❤️ It seems timely then, as we negotiate such tentative and positive steps, to bring to a close these daily posts Thx for listening and sharing
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Màiri Chaimbeul Apr 12
Air an Fhèill - a Skye reel from the Campbells of Greepe
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katsias Jul 19
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Liam Patrick Hainey Apr 24
Slightly inspired by the sunshine, and a couple of glasses of wine, I've spent the evening revisiting some of my favourite Scottish poets and wanted to share what might be my number one of all time. Strawberries by Edwin Morgan.
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James Mackenzie-Blackman Apr 7
We have created a space on our website that pulls together all of the amazing content from across Scotland & from around the world. Do check it out. 🎻🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Jim Mackintosh Jul 4
It’s completely nuts but also kind of lovely that this wee thing I did with Duncan & Hamish has had over 80,000 views between here and the other platforms. Duncan’s has been a wonderful embrace of much needed peace and spirited joy.
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Ailis Sutherland Apr 28
Okay ...one more and that’s your lot! ‘Lady Isabella’ from ‘The Seer’ by . Seer-iously go and buy it...
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Michael Powell May 20
Every morning since the lockdown began this amazing musician has been raising our spirits with beautiful fiddle tunes. The man deserves a medal in my estimation.
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Ailis Sutherland Apr 26
The plot has officially been lost. If you’re not into nightmares, please do not watch this video. I can only apologise. ‘Loch Ussie’ as heard on ‘The Seer’ and read in the tunebook ‘To The North’ by Lauren MacColl.
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Gnoss Apr 30
Happy Thursday! Here’s a taste of a new track from our upcoming album, a reel written by Graham. ⚡️🌍 Stay safe everyone!
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羅知恩 | LAW Chi-Yan (LOO Zhi-En) Apr 29
Got nominated for over on FB and here are the two pipe reels I whipped up for it: "Dr. MacPhail's Reel" (Andrew Bain) and "Stornoway Castle" (Peter MacLeod Jr.) [do these qualify as fast tunes lol]
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Karen Elder Jun 6
Bhiodh mo sheanair Calum a Dot, nach maireann, 90 an-diugh. Bhiodh sinn a’ gabhail an t-òran seo còmhla leis gur e a b’fheàrr leis. Gad chuimhneachadh❤️ Today would have been my Gen’s 90th birthday. We would always sing this song together as it was his favourite
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Elsa McTaggart Jul 18
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Mairi MacMillan Apr 16
On hearing Iain MacDonald play Cumha do dh’ Uilleam Siosal earlier here are a couple of verses from the lament. The lament written by Christine Ferguson for her husband who was killed at the Battle of Culloden.
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𝔻𝕠𝕦𝕘𝕚𝕖 𝔹𝕖𝕔𝕜 Apr 24
A cornerstone was lost last week: Allan MacColl was one of those exceptional people who managed to make you feel like the most important people in the world when you were in his company, a thing I remember about him from my teens. Balachan Beag a' Chuailein Bhàin.
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