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MP3 Fuaim - To be Continued

Traditional and contemporary Scottish Highland music from a young band based around Mallaig, NW Highlands

12 MP3 Songs in this album (42:22) !
Related styles: Folk: Scottish Traditional, World: World Traditions, Type: Acoustic

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Alba - C&R Macdonald
We found the lyrics to this song so inspiring; a’ moladh ar dùthaich àlainn.

A Fisherman''s Baby - Ella Wheeler Wilcox/Megan MacLellan
The lyrics to this song were originally from a poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, an American born in 1850, and was originally published in the book ''Yesterdays'' in 1910. Megan composed the tune and arranged the lyrics.

East to West - Kenna Robertson
We all hope this is the first of many tunes from Kenna. This clarsach tune gives an eastern flavour to the album.

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Bulgarian Red - Charlie McKerron
Gravel Walks to Grannie - Trad Irish
Tatties & Herring - Allan MacDonald (Glenuig)

Mo Luaidh, Mo Ghraidh - Olivia Johnston & Megan MacLellan
Written by Olivia and Megan and, ironically, the song is about the difficulties of writing a song. Sgrìobh Olivia is Megan an t-òran seo mu dheidhinn cho doirbh ‘s a tha e a’ bhith a’ sgrìobhadh òran.

Rain Over Me - Eilidh Colston
Eilidh composed this song while at RockSchool in Fort William.

The Gael - Dougie MacLean
We were introduced to this tune by Lisa MacNeil, our Gàidhlig teacher, and we composed the lyrics which has let us put our own stamp on the tune. They are from an old Gaelic proverb: “Thig crioch air an saoghal, ach mairidh gaol is mairidh ceòl” ''The world will pass away, but love and music will endure''

Ishbel of Inverosie - Megan MacLellan
Megan wrote this tune for her Granny who lived in Meoble as a child in the house ''Inverosie''

Moladh Àrasaig - Traditional
After leaving Arisaig in 1884, Iain Mac An t-Saoir wrote this song about the sorrows of leaving his beloved village of Arisaig.
‘S e taillear a bh’ ann agus b-abhaist dha a’ bhith a’ fuireach os cionn oifis a’ phuist ann an Àrasaig.

Lochaber No More - Traditional
Allan Ramsay wrote this poem in 1724 about a Highlander''s nostalgia. It is originally a pipe tune.

Dog and the Rabbit - Kris Drever
Jacqueline and Rebecca were taught this tune at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig in summer 2009.

Illean Aigh - Traditional
Òran a thainig à Ceap Bhreatainn.


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