Tag Archives: pipe music

2006.29.1

Four sheets of photocopied music for bagpipes relating to Tiree.

Four sheets of photocopied music for bagpipes relating to Tiree: `Hugh Alexander Low of Tiree`, `Scarinish Bay`, `Captain Lachlan MacPhail of Tiree`, `Rhu Vaternish` and `The Tiree Bridal Song`.

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2001.7.1

Audio cassette recording of the Old New Year Ceilidh in 2001.

Old New Year Ceilidh (Cèilidh na Caillein) held in the Scarinish Hotel on 13th January 2001, introduced by Jessie Gray and featuring the Cornaig Ceilidh Band, Iain MacKinnon and his son Kenneth on the bagpipes, singers Wilma Kennedy, James Macleod of Heylipol and John Campbell of Cornaigbeg, Dr John Holliday and his daughter Sarah on the flute and fiddle, singers Willie MacLean of Balinoe and Bernie Smith of Hynish, step-dancer Wilma Kennedy accompanied by John Holliday on the flute and a vote of thanks from Neil Munn of Middleton.

2001.7.2

Audio cassette recording of the Old New Year Ceilidh in 2001.

Old New Year Ceilidh (Cèilidh na Caillein) held in the Scarinish Hotel on 13th January 2001, introduced by Jessie Gray and featuring the Cornaig Ceilidh Band, Iain MacKinnon and his son Kenneth on the bagpipes, singers Wilma Kennedy, James Macleod of Heylipol and John Campbell of Cornaigbeg, Dr John Holliday and his daughter Sarah on the flute and fiddle, singers Willie MacLean of Balinoe and Bernie Smith of Hynish, step-dancer Wilma Kennedy accompanied by John Holliday on the flute and a vote of thanks from Neil Munn of Middleton.

2000.90.1

Audio cassette recording of Gaelic radio programme `Sgìr an Eòlais-Tiriodh` with Flora MacPhail of Skipinnish, Ruaig.

Flora MacPhail of Skipinnish, Ruaig introduces a Gaelic radio programme `Sgìr an Eòlais-Tiriodh` on her choice of recordings from the School of Scottish Studies including `Oidhche na Dunara` by Cailean Dhòmhnall Mhic Eachainn Mhòir from Cornaig, `Mo Nighean Donn a Còrnaig` by Alasdair MacRae from Hynish, Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin on a Tiree wedding, Alasdair MacRae singing a song about a wedding, children’s rhymes from Balevullin, `Orain na Luchag`, Dòmhnall Chaluim Bhàin singing a lullaby, customs when someone dies, a song about a thrush and pipe music.