Tag Archives: the devil and devil worship

2000.61.32

Mini-disk SA1958/9.

An unknown person tells a story about a minister, a charm to cure a cow, another to protect horses and funeral customs in Skye; Mrs Duncan Hunter talks about funeral customs; Niall MacLeod of Kilmoluaig sings a song by tailor William MacPhail; teacher Margaret MacArthur of Caoles sings a song she heard from her father, Captain Donald MacArthur and talks about children’s use of Gaelic; Hugh MacLean of Scarinish sings five Gaelic songs.

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.

2000.61.6

CD Pròiseact Thiriodh CD-SA1958-09.

An unknown person tells a story about a minister, a charm to cure a cow, another to protect horses and funeral customs in Skye; Mrs Duncan Hunter talks about funeral customs; Niall MacLeod of Kilmoluaig sings a song by tailor William MacPhail; teacher Margaret MacArthur of Caoles sings a song she heard from her father, Captain Donald MacArthur and talks about children’s use of Gaelic; Hugh MacLean of Scarinish sings five Gaelic songs.