Gaelic in modern Scotland
Gaelic in modern Scotland

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Gaelic in modern Scotland

Further reading

An Lasair – anthology of 18th century Gaelic verse, ed. Ronald Black, Polygon, 2001
An Tuil - anthology of 20th century Gaelic verse, ed. Ronald Black, Polygon, 1999
An Oidhche mus do sheòl i, Angus Peter Campbell, Ùr-sgeul, 2003
Samhraidhean Dìomhair, Catriona Lexy Campbell, Ùr-sgeul, 2009
Bùrn is Aran, Iain Crichton Smith, Gairm, Glasgow, 1960
An Aghaidh Choimheach, John Murray, Gairm, Glasgow, 1973
An Claigeann aig Damien Hirst - 3 volume anthology, Ùr-sgeul, 2008
Na Balaich air Rònaidh, Finlay Macleod, Aberdeen University Press, 1972
Songs of Gaelic Scotland, ed. Anne Lorne Gillies, Birlinn, 2010
Flower of the West, Aberdeen, 2000 (History of Runrig)
The Companion to Gaelic Scotland, edited by Derick Thomson, Oxford, 1983
John Purser, Scotland’s Music. Edinburgh, 1992
James Hunter, The Fiddle Music of Scotland, 1987
The Highland Bagpipe and its music. Roderick Cannon, Edinburgh, 2002
Hugh Cheape A National Collection of the National Instrument (book and CD) 2008
CD :Psalms from the Hebrides of Scotland Vols 1-3. Ridge Records RR031
Scottish Tradition: Music from the Western Isles: Tangent Records Number 2. TNGM10

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