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1951 Edinburgh People's Festival ceilidh
Henderson, Hamish Performer
Strachan, John, 1875-1958 Performer
Murray, Jessie Performer
MacBeath, Jimmy, 1894-1972 Performer
Burgess, John, 1934-2005 Performer
Johnston, Calum Performer
MacNeil, Flora Performer
Wood, Blanche Performer
Budge, Mrs. Performer
Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002 Contributor
Edinburgh People's Festival (1951) Contributor
Folk songs, English--Scotland.
Folk songs, Scottish Gaelic--Scotland.
Folk songs, Scots--Scotland.
Folk music--Scotland.
Bagpipe music--Scotland.
Field recordings--Scotland.
Genre Form
Folk music
Live sound recordings--Scotland.
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Englishsung or spoken text
Scottish Gaelicsung or spoken text
Scotssung or spoken text
Scottish Gaeliclibretto
Scottish Gaelicoriginal
Englishaccompanying material
Vocal selections sung in English, Scottish Gaelic, and Scots
Geographic Coverage
Table Of Contents
The hairst o Rettie (3:47)
Skippin barfit through the heather (2:43)
The Tay Bridge disaster [spoken introduction] (:42)
The gallant forty twa (1:22)
Blue bonnets over the border (2:13)
Great my joy [spoken introduction] (:45)
Oran eile don phrionnsa = Another song to the Prince (2:22)
Mo run geal og = My fair young love (3:01)
Failte Rudha Bhatairnis (2:39)
The bonny lass o Fyvie (:44)
Mormond braes (4:10)
Not just elderly people [spoken introduction] (:27)
I'm a young bonny lassie (1:52)
The ale house (1:40)
The big stuff [spoken introduction] (1:15)
Barbara Allen : Child no. 84 (2:21)
Johnnie o Braidislie : Child no. 114 (2:19)
Lord Thomas and fair Ellen : Child no. 73 (2:53)
Tea and cakes [spoken] (:14)
Too good to stop at ten o'clock [spoken introduction] (1:37)
Donald MacLean ; The Irish washerwoman (2:18)
Erin go bragh (2:44)
Portknockie Road (1:17)
The Reid Road (1:13)
The moss o Burreldale (4:05)
Co siod thall air sraid na h-eala? = Who is that yonder on the Swan's Road? (2:54)
Mo nighean donn bhòidheach = My lovely brown-haired girl (2:44)
Fuirich an diugh gus am maireach = Wait today until tomorrow (1:58)
I don't think we should sing any more [spoken introduction] (:35)
Jimmy Raeburn (2:48)
A great song at that [spoken introduction] (1:03)
Oran do Mhacleoid Dhunbheagain = A song to MacLeod of Dunvegan (3:13)
Hamish once wrote a song [spoken introduction] (:51)
The John MacLean march (2:11)
Scots, wha hae (2:02).
(Source: G)Date: 1951-08-XX Place: 5774 E2 Library of Congress Classification: Class G
Recorded in Edinburgh, Scotland, Aug. 1951 by Alan Lomax.
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Henderson, Hamish. 1951 Edinburgh People's Festival ceilidh