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Roghainn (Waulking Songs & Rowing Song) - Various - Gaelic Women (CD)


Download Roghainn (Waulking Songs & Rowing Song) - Various - Gaelic Women (CD)
1999
Label: Greentrax Recordings Ltd. - CDTRAX 172 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic, Folk


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  1. Nov 13,  · 16 page booklet insert, with notes in Gaelic with English translations. Track 2 is a Waulking song Track 13 Waulking Songs & Rowing Song/5(2).

  2. This title is a Music Scotland All Time Bestseller.. A Greentrax Recordings Bestseller () 14 tracks (58 mins): O Teannaibh Dluth Is Togaibh Fonn (Draw Close and Let Us Sing a Song) - Catherine-Ann MacPhee * Disathuirne a Ghabh Mi Mulad (On Saturday I Was Struck With Sadness) - Maggie MacInnes * Soraidh Leis an Ait (Farewell to the Place) - Ishbel MacAskill * Gura Tu Mo Bhean Chomuinn (My Price: £

  3. 14 tracks: O Teannaibh Dluth Is Togaibh Fonn (Draw Close and Let Us Sing a Song) - Catherine-Ann MacPhee * Disathuirne a Ghabh Mi Mulad (On Saturday I Was Struck With Sadness) - Maggie MacInnes * Soraidh Leis an Ait (Farewell to the Place) - Ishbel MacAskill * Gura Tu Mo Bhean Chomuinn (My Companion) - Karen Matheson * Puirt a Beul (Mouth Music) - Kenna Campbell * Is Gaidheal Mi (This .

  4. Mar 8, - Explore Theresa Cady's board "Waulking Songs", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Songs, Scottish music, Celtic music pins.

  5. Waulking songs (Scots Gaelic: Òrain Luaidh) are Scottish folk songs, traditionally sung in the Gaelic language by women while fulling (waulking) cloth. This practice involved a group of women rhythmically beating newly woven tweed or tartan cloth against a table or similar surface to soften it. Simple, beat-driven songs were used to accompany the work.

  6. Traditional Instruments Role of Scottish Women - No actual instruments used - Sound produced by procedure - voice not based on talent - brought a new meaning to music medieval economy men would fish or farm women were domestic primary duty was making cloth - tweed very time.

  7. Jul 04,  · Provided to YouTube by IDOL Waulking Songs · Blazin' Fiddles Fire On! ℗ Blazin' Records Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.

  8. A group of women from the Western Isles of Scotland perform a Waulking Song while softening wool so it could be woven and made into clothes and blankets. The wool would be banged off of a table.

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