Tag Archives: magic and witchcraft in general

2000.61.23

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1968-38.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil sings ‘Bràigh Rùsgaich’, talks about the tacksman of Grianal Niall Dubh, sings ‘Lachlann ’ic Nèill ’ic Lachlainn’ and ‘Solbhag Bheag’, talks about Coinneach Odhar, recites part of a song about the ‘Black School’, the supernatural powers of Iain Dubh MacLeod and a boy who could perform magic, sings ‘Gillean Ghleann Dail’ and ‘MacGriogair o Ruadh Shruth’, talks about technical terms used on boats, sings a sailing song, talks about molluscs and their uses, sings a fragment of another song and talks some more about the Grianal tacksman.

2000.61.48

Mini-disk SA1968/38.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil sings ‘Bràigh Rùsgaich’, talks about the tacksman of Grianal Niall Dubh, sings ‘Lachlann ’ic Nèill ’ic Lachlainn’ and ‘Solbhag Bheag’, talks about Coinneach Odhar, recites part of a song about the ‘Black School’, the supernatural powers of Iain Dubh MacLeod and a boy who could perform magic, sings ‘Gillean Ghleann Dail’ and ‘MacGriogair o Ruadh Shruth’, talks about technical terms used on boats, sings a sailing song, talks about molluscs and their uses, sings a fragment of another song and talks some more about the Grianal tacksman.

2000.61.9

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1966-103.

Hector MacLean (Eachann Bàn) repeats a New Year rhyme; Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil sings a satirical song by the Balemartine bard against factors and dukes; Hugh Campbell (Eòghann Nèill) sings a song in praise of Tiree; Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin tells a story about the cooper from Coll and the witches, sings a song about a drowning in Balephuil, talks about the family of Rev. Donald MacDougall, tells stories about the roasting of a witch, a CalMac captain’s lucky escape, the man who married a skull, his grandfather Alasdair Òg and the fairies, a fairy woman milking cows, sings the milking song sung by the fairy woman, talks about a minister’s view of Satan and the fairies, tells a story about fairy milk maids, sings a hunting song, talks about Rob Don MacKay’s schooldays, sings a song about Mac Ruary’s trousers and another about Culloden, tells the story of Iain Lom and the battle of Inverlochy and another about Ailean Dall (blind Alan) and sings a song miscalling Ailean Dall’s wife.

2000.61.35

Mini-disk SA1966/103

Hector MacLean (Eachann Bàn) repeats a New Year rhyme; Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil sings a satirical song by the Balemartine bard against factors and dukes; Hugh Campbell (Eòghann Nèill) sings a song in praise of Tiree; Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin tells a story about the cooper from Coll and the witches, sings a song about a drowning in Balephuil, talks about the family of Rev. Donald MacDougall, tells stories about the roasting of a witch, a CalMac captain’s lucky escape, the man who married a skull, his grandfather Alasdair Òg and the fairies, a fairy woman milking cows, sings the milking song sung by the fairy woman, talks about a minister’s view of Satan and the fairies, tells a story about fairy milk maids, sings a hunting song, talks about Rob Don MacKay’s schooldays, sings a song about Mac Ruary’s trousers and another about Culloden, tells the story of Iain Lom and the battle of Inverlochy and another about Ailean Dall (blind Alan) and sings a song miscalling Ailean Dall’s wife.

2000.61.10

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1966-104.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil sings a song about the Battle of Falkirk in 1746, a love song and a verse of satire by Duncan Bàn, talks about Iain Mac Ailein experiences in North America, his own relations particularly the Blacks from Lismore, sings an elegy to Colin Campbell, talks about Ailean Breac and the death of Colin Campbell, the meeting of the MacLeans of Duart and Ailean nan Sop, cattle raiding, a saying attributed to Thomas the Rhymer, the killing by Glengarry of his son-in-law, sings a song composed by Gilleasbuig MacPhail, talks about bards and their immunity from law, evil and protective charms, island witches, the song ‘Pilot the Dog’ and the bards involved in its composition and sings a song in praise of Mull by Dugald MacPhail.

2000.61.36

Mini-disk SA1966/104.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil sings a song about the Battle of Falkirk in 1746, a love song and a verse of satire by Duncan Bàn, talks about Iain Mac Ailein experiences in North America, his own relations particularly the Blacks from Lismore, sings an elegy to Colin Campbell, talks about Ailean Breac and the death of Colin Campbell, the meeting of the MacLeans of Duart and Ailean nan Sop, cattle raiding, a saying attributed to Thomas the Rhymer, the killing by Glengarry of his son-in-law, sings a song composed by Gilleasbuig MacPhail, talks about bards and their immunity from law, evil and protective charms, island witches, the song ‘Pilot the Dog’ and the bards involved in its composition and sings a song in praise of Mull by Dugald MacPhail.

2000.61.11

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1968-21.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil tells an anecdote about the supernatural, the deathbed comments of his uncle, a dream by Dòmhnall an Oir, the story of a corpse who spoke in the coffin, the use of urine and seeds against spells and fairies, stories about the fairy mound An Cnoc Glas, where his great-grandmother used milk cows, the evil eye, a story about blood on a floor that couldn’t be cleaned, a song written by the Balemartine bard about a reputed witch, the fatigue after supernatural cures, the work and equipment for horses, sports before church, a vision seen by an old man and the meaning of some Gaelic words.

2000.61.37

Mini-disk SA1968/21.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil tells an anecdote about the supernatural, the deathbed comments of his uncle, a dream by Dòmhnall an Oir, the story of a corpse who spoke in the coffin, the use of urine and seeds against spells and fairies, stories about the fairy mound An Cnoc Glas, where his great-grandmother used milk cows, the evil eye, a story about blood on a floor that couldn’t be cleaned, a song written by the Balemartine bard about a reputed witch, the fatigue after supernatural cures, the work and equipment for horses, sports before church, a vision seen by an old man and the meaning of some Gaelic words.

2000.61.12

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1968-22.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil sings ‘Mo Chailin Donn Òg’ and ‘Duanag a’ Chìobair’, talks about the famous wizard John MacLeod of Skye, sings ‘Gillean Ghleanndail’, a song advising men to marry, a satirical song ‘Lachann ’ic Iain ’ac Lachainn’, ‘Oran na Vivo’, a song about a herdsman in Caoles, a humorous song about herd ladies composed by Iain Mac Ailein and a sailor’s love song by the Balemartine bard.

2000.61.38

Mini-disk SA1968/22.

Donald Sinclair (Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin) of Balephuil sings ‘Mo Chailin Donn Òg’ and ‘Duanag a’ Chìobair’, talks about the famous wizard John MacLeod of Skye, sings ‘Gillean Ghleanndail’, a song advising men to marry, a satirical song ‘Lachann ’ic Iain ’ac Lachainn’, ‘Oran na Vivo’, a song about a herdsman in Caoles, a humorous song about herd ladies composed by Iain Mac Ailein and a sailor’s love song by the Balemartine bard.