Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = Baillie
Found in 121 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Is Mise Bhean Bhoc' or 'Oran Iain oig Mhic 'Ic Neill Bharraich' collected from Mor NicNeill nighean Alastair 'Ic Neill - Alastair mac Ruarai bhain [Mor MacNeil] Ceanntangbhal, Barraidh [Ceanntangabhal/Kentangaval, Barraigh/Barra] beginning 'Ho ro ho eile ho i o hu o, Ho hi o hu o, Is mise bhean bhoc, Th'air mo chreachadh'.
Dates: 2 December 1870
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Is Toileom S Toileam' collected from Iain MacNeill [John MacNeil], age 76, crofter, Eirsearaidh, Barraidh [Earsairidh/Earsary, Barraigh/Barra] on 6 November 1870 beginning 'Ho hi run ho hi u o, 'S toileam 's toileam'.
Dates: November 1870
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Laoi Fhraoich' beginning 'A t-oglach orra dh-falbh a bhean, Ga nach ro e seal na deigh'. The song is composed of seventy-four lines.
Dates: 3 April 1866
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Laoi na h-Innge' collected from Iain MacPhadruig [Iain mac Phàdraig or John MacInnes, Stadhlaigearraidh/Stilligarry, Uibhist a Deas/South Uist] on 16 September 1890 beginning 'Fhuair mo lean[nan] mi n chadail, S mi ga[bha]il fad am muigh'. The song is composed of twenty-three lines. The accompanying story tells how a gentleman's daughter fell in love with a poor man's son but were not allowed to marry so they eloped. A reward was offered for her return. Her lover brought her home...
Dates: 16 September 1890
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Laoidh Chaoilte' collected from an unnamed informant on 21 January 1865 beginning 'La dha'n Fheinn am Beinn-eunaidh, Dha'n Fheinn uile fir cholgun'. The song is composed of sixty-four lines and carries some pencil annotations.
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Laoidh Chaoilte' [The Lay of Caoilte] beginning 'La dhom Fhinn am Beinn aon eunaidh, Dhan Fhinn uile fir cholgun'. The name of the individual from whom it was collected has not been recorded. The text has been scored through in ink and a transverse note reads 'Transcribed into MS Book No II page 329 A[lexander]. A[rchibald]. C[armichael].'
Dates: 21 January 1865
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Mac 'Ic ailean' collected from Mor Nic Neill nighean Alastair Mhic neill [Mor MacNeil], cottar, Ceanntangbhal, Barrai [Ceanntangabhal/Kentangaval, Barraigh/Barra] beginning 'M' ulai 'us m uaill, Ho hi o ho horo ghealla'. The note states that the song was said to have been composed by Mac 'ic Ailean's wife, a daughter of MacLeod of Harris to Clanranald when they had become estranged.
Dates: 2 December 1870
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Mhic Leoid Oig Dhunbheagan', the first verse beginning 'Mhicleoid Dhunbheagain, Nam pioban 's nam feadan'. The song is composed of forty lines, arranged as nine verses of four lines each and a chorus of four lines. The text is annotated in pencil and in ink, mostly giving alternative words separated by an oblique from the first word used.
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Mhor a ghaoil' collected from Mairi Dhonullach [Mary MacDonald], Miùghlaigh/Mingulay, beginning 'Dh'eirich mi moch dh'eir eir moch, Ach mu dh'eirich b fhearr nach dh eirich'. The song is composed of fifteen lines, one of which has been written transversely in the gutter of the notebook. The text has been scored through in ink and carries amendments. Written transversely across the text in ink is 'Copied June 16 1869 A[lexander] A[rchibald] C[armichael]'.
Dates: 22 May 1869 and 16 June 1869
Scope and Contents Song entitled 'Mi Air M'Aioneal' beginning 'O ho ri na hi ho ro, Hug or on o s mi air m'aineol'. The song is composed of thirty-one lines, arranged as fourteen verses of couplets and a chorus. The accompanying note states 'There are two or three songs here and two or three maidens singing them'.