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TITLE
A Song to Prince Charlie
EXTERNAL ID
PC_GILLEBRIDEMACMILLAN_10
DATE OF RECORDING
2006
PERIOD
2000s
CREATOR
trad./unknown
SOURCE
Gillebrìde MacMillan
ASSET ID
2648
KEYWORDS
bards
audio

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This excerpt is from 'Thogainn ort fonn' (I'd Sing You a Song), a collection of Gaelic songs sung by Gillebrìde MacMillan.

A native of South Uist, Gillebrìde comes from a Gaelic-speaking family with a strong tradition of Gaelic singing. He is one of the few people to have won all major prizes at the Royal National Mod, as an adult and as a child. He won the Traditional Gold Medal at the 2000 Mod in Dunoon and the Royal National Gold Medal in Perth in 2004.

In this cd Gillebrìde has chosen songs with a strong Uist bias, ranging from the songs of Bàird Baile or village poets, to those of the better known songwriters from the islands

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A Song to Prince Charlie

2000s

bards; audio

Gillebrìde MacMillan

Thogainn Ort Fonn (CD)

This excerpt is from 'Thogainn ort fonn' (I'd Sing You a Song), a collection of Gaelic songs sung by Gillebrìde MacMillan. <br /> <br /> A native of South Uist, Gillebrìde comes from a Gaelic-speaking family with a strong tradition of Gaelic singing. He is one of the few people to have won all major prizes at the Royal National Mod, as an adult and as a child. He won the Traditional Gold Medal at the 2000 Mod in Dunoon and the Royal National Gold Medal in Perth in 2004. <br /> <br /> In this cd Gillebrìde has chosen songs with a strong Uist bias, ranging from the songs of Bàird Baile or village poets, to those of the better known songwriters from the islands