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TITLE
Gaelic Arts Agency Storytelling Project - clip 15
EXTERNAL ID
PC_LEWIS_STORY_TELLERS_2_7
DATE OF RECORDING
1999
PERIOD
1990s
SOURCE
Essie Stewart
ASSET ID
2701
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Chrisella gives a vote of thanks, especially to Essie who has spent a week touring on the Long Island. 'Tonkan' (MacDonald?) then sings a well-known Lewis song (Eilean Fraoich), one he calls the Lewis 'National Anthem', a song by William MacKenzie, a Lewisman who emigrated to Canada, which recalls his boyhood times in Lewis. (MacKenzie's poems/songs were published in the book 'Cnoc Chùsbaig').

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Gaelic Arts Agency Storytelling Project - clip 15

1990s

Essie Stewart

Lewis Storytellers (short films)

Chrisella gives a vote of thanks, especially to Essie who has spent a week touring on the Long Island. 'Tonkan' (MacDonald?) then sings a well-known Lewis song (Eilean Fraoich), one he calls the Lewis 'National Anthem', a song by William MacKenzie, a Lewisman who emigrated to Canada, which recalls his boyhood times in Lewis. (MacKenzie's poems/songs were published in the book 'Cnoc Chùsbaig').