Cumha Chailein Ghlinn Iubhair

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Title - Cumha Chailein Ghlinn Iubhair
Contributors - Duncan MacDonald
Reporters - Dr John Lorne Campbell

Summary - The bard is sad and dejected because of the news which he has received from Appin that the tacksman of Glenure has been killed. The song contains much praise for Colin Campbell of Glenure, particularly for his demeanour. The bard speaks of the effect the death will have on the community. He thinks too of Campbell's widow.

Track Duration (h:m:s) - 00:06:56
Date Recorded - 1950.07.13
Language - Gaelic
Genre - Song
Collection - National Trust for Scotland

Track ID - 49246
Original Tape ID - CW0088
Original Track ID - CW0088.344
Audio Quality - Good
Audio Format - Wire

Recording Location:
  County - Inverness-shire
  Parish - Small Isles
  Island - Canna

Item Notes - Ten 16-line verses sung.

'Songs of Duncan Bàn MacIntyre' (A. MacLeod ed., 1952) p. 68

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