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Hebridean Folksongs: Volume 3

John L. Campbell

Hebridean Folksongs: Volume 3

Waulking Songs from Vatersay, Barra, Eriskay, South Uist, and Banbecula

by John L. Campbell

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical instruments & instrumental ensembles

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages444
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10138221M
    ISBN 100198152159
    ISBN 109780198152156

    The Folk Songs of Britain Volume V: The Child Ballads Various Artists. Caedmon Records TC (LP, USA, ) The Folk Songs of Britain Volume 5: The Child Ballads 2 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads” Numbers Various Artists. Topic Records 12T (LP, UK, ) The Folk Songs of England, Ireland, Scotland & Wales. John Lorne Campbell was a Scottish historian, farmer, environmentalist and folklore scholar. In the s Campbell was living on the Hebridean island of Barra where, with the author Compton Mackenzie, he founded the Sea League to fight for the rights of local fishermen and organised a strike of motorists in protest at having to pay tax on an island with no made-up roads/5(47).

    AUTHOR: H. A. Vallance, updated by GNSR Association ISBN:0 60 7 PRICE: £ PAGES: p/b; pp; xmm; numerous illustrations, some in colour. OVERVIEW: The GNSR was a compact little system, largely made up of branches, extending northwards and westwards from its headquarters in Aberdeen through predominantly agricultural countryside, fringed by fishing havens along the coast. Boisdale – South Uist Volume 3 Boisdale area, north & south and South Lochboisdale. Includes Baghasdal (Boisdale), Leth Mheadanach (South Boisdale), Taobh a Deas Loch Baghasdail (South Lochboisdale), Gleann Dail a Tuath (North Glendale) and Bagh Thartabhagh (Bahartivagh).

    Ness Part 1 – Isle of Lewis Volume 3 The Croft History for Cuisidar (Cuishader), Sgiogarstaidh (Skigersta), Eorodal (Eoradale) and Am Port (Port of Ness) . Journal have analogues in the second volume under consideration here, Hebridean Folksongs, Vol. II: 51 (Hebridean Folksongs 46), 53 (74), 66 (57), 73 (67), 74 (77), 78 (69), 90 (41a), and 94 (71). The second of three projected volumes, it contains a further 48 waulking songs recorded in the.


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Notes: Added title page in Gaelic: Seann-òrain innse-gail. Volume one of three volumes: v. Routledge & Kegan Paul.

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[CH2/1/1/13] Hebridean Folksongs, with Francis Collinson. Vol. IIVol. III Oxford University Press. About the Book The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (,), contain songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles.

Volume 1 is based on waulking songs collected by Donald MacCormick in South Uist in Hebridean Folksongs and the Authenticity of the Òran Luaidh or Waulking Song Tradition. Hebridean Folksongs I - III: A Collection of Waulking Songs. Vol. 1 New edition.

Edinburgh:. The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (,), contain songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles. Volume 1 is based on waulking songs collected by Donald MacCormick in South Uist in Author: John Lorne Campbell.

The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (,), contain songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles. Volume 1 is based on waulking songs collected by Donald MacCormick in South Uist in Volumes 2 and 3 are based on John Lorne Campbell's recordings.

Product Information. The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (,), contain songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles.

Hebridean Folk Songs – Volume 3 Waulking Songs from Vatersay, Barra, South Uist, Eriskay and Benbecula JOHN DONALD PB £ The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication, contains songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the.

The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (,), contain songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles.

Volume 1 is based on waulking songs collected by Donald MacCormick in South Uist in Format: Paperback. John Lorne Campbell has 22 books on Goodreads with ratings. John Lorne Campbell’s most popular book is Scottish Folk and Fairy Tales. Hebridean Folksongs, Volume 3: Waulking Songs from Vatersay, Barra, Eriskay, South Uist, and Benbecula by.

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The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (,), contain songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles. Volume 1 is based on waulking songs collected by Donald MacCormick in South Uist in Volumes 2 and 3.

Vol 1 has small reddish spot on top inside corner of front cover and a small rip where the cloth cover wrinkled then ripped over time on the back inside corner. Vol 2 has a bit of chipping near front outside corner and Vols. 3 and 4 only have the already mentioned s: 2. COVID Resources.

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A series of songs from the Hebridean Islands in Scotland, collected and arranged for voice and pianoforte with Gaelic and English words by the authors in the early s.

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Whatever the case, Sounding Strings is a glorious meander down folk tunes from Wales, Cornwall (that Floral Dance), the Isle of Man, the Hebrides, Brittany and even a Hebridean carol from South Uist.

Christopher Guild’s sense of rhythm is infectious: just listen to the Hebridean. This book is the first to explore the rich history of music at work in Britain and charts the journey from the singing cultures of pre-industrial occupations, to the impact and uses of the factory radio, via the silencing effect of industrialisation.

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