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Glen Breakerie

Tiotal a' Chlàir - Glen Breakerie
Fiosraichean - Agnes Mitchell
Luchd-clàraidh -

Geàrr-chunntas - A fragment from the opening of the local convivial song 'Glen Breakerie' in which a man is given a warm welcome at Ormsary Farm in that glen.

Fad a' Chlàir (h:m:s) - 00:00:55
Àm Clàraidh - 1975.02.25
Cànan - Albais
Seòrsa - Òran
Cruinneachadh - Sgoil Eòlais na h-Alba

Àireamh a' Chlàir - 75012
Àireamh an Teip Thùsail - SA1975.045
Àireamh a' Chlàir Thùsail - SA1975.45.B11
Càileachd an Fhuaime - Math
Cruth Inneal a' Chlàir - R2R

Seòrsachadh - R7008;


Àite Clàraidh:
  Siorrachd - Siorrachd Earra-Ghaidheal
  Paraiste - Ceann Loch Chille Chiarain
  Baile/Àite -


Àite a' Chuspair:
  Siorrachd - Siorrachd Earra-Ghaidheal
  Paraiste - Ceann mu Deas
  Baile/Àite -

Notaichean a' Chlàir - 1 verse of 4 lines with vocable refrain of 1 line. There is a full version by James McShannon, brother of Alec MacShannon, on tape SA1956.172. Ormsary is a farm in Glen Breackerie (modern spelling), which is in Southend parish, at the southern tip of Kintyre. Willie Mitchell also wrote a poem by the same name, unrelated to the song.
See:
'Tocher' 7 (1972) p. 216

Ceangal Maireannach - http://www.tobarandualchais.co.uk/gd/fullrecord/75012/1




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