45 rpm vinyl record with ‘My Isle Tiree’ on side 2 and ‘My own Lewis Isle’ on side 1, sung by Donald MacRae with the Hebridean Ceilidh Band, 1968.
VHS video and DVD of the Tiree Feis ceilidh in the old community hall at Crossapol in 1999.
Softback book ‘Eilean Uaine Thiriodh’ by Margaret Bennett and Eric Rose, 2014. ‘The Green Isle of Tiree’ is a biography of Ethel MacCallum who, in 1942, was evacuated from an orphanage in Glasgow to the Island of Tiree. She became fluent in Gaelic and, with her natural gift for music and song, was encouraged to write her own compositions. The book includes some of her original work on a CD.
Book `The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Highlands`, ca 1940
Hardback book `The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Highlands`, a collection of Highland melodies with Gaelic and English words and musical score, edited by Alfred Moffat around 1940.
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 436, 21/02/2009
Local news: plans for windfarm off Tiree; WWII soldier remembers building a jetty at Balephetrish Bay; Mainly Music; Road Equivalent Tariff (RET) discussions; Gordon Scott`s Everest trek; Tiree Trust discuss offshore windfarm proposals; SWRI meeting; Cobbled Cow café under new management; RSPB information; livestock sale results; Edinburgh moonwalk.
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 420, 5/7/08
Local news including Highland Show success for Ruaig and Heylipol farms; interview with Gordon Connell, Crossapol; MBE for CalMac`s Eric Ruthven; forthcoming Feis Thiriodh; RSPB information; `Gaelic Onboard` sessions on CalMac ferries; primary 6/7 school trip to central Scotland; Ena Kerr – new president of the Tiree Association; merit prize awarded to Eoghann M MacLean, Tiree High School; Tiree Agricultural Show home industries schedule.
Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 428, 25/10/08
Local news: Wave Classic and Coll Challenge; interview with pop singer Paolo Nutini; access; Gaelic drama; SWRI meeting; interview with Becky Wright; new ambulance; Tigh a Rudha fundraiser.
CD of TMSA Young Trad Tour 2014
CD of music and songs performed by winners and runners-up of the 2014 competition run by the Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland, during their post-competition tour of Scotland. Includes accordionist Ian Smith, West Hynish.
CD `Western Ocean` by Skipinnish, 2014
Music CD by local band, Skipinnish, founded by Angus MacPhail, Ruaig. The cover is signed by members of the band.