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Brigh an orain a story in every song

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2000, Maclellan,Lauchie, translated and edited by Shaw John. Published McGill-Queen's University Press. Dust Jacket present. Slight crease inside dust jacket. Black boards with gold lettering. Inside, pages clean, no inscriptions, markings Described as musicology, folklore and contains a foreword from Alistair MacLeod. This book contains forty-eight songs and nine folktales and are all either Gaelic songs or singers .The collection is presented as a transcribe from recordings and presented as the singer performed them, with an English translation provided. All the songs are accompanied by musical transcriptions. The book also includes a brief autobiography in Lauchie MacLellan's entertaining narrative style. John Shaw has added extensive notes and references, as well as photos and maps. The materials also serve as a unique, adaptable resource for those with more specialized research or teaching interests in ethnology/folklore, Canadian studies, Gaelic language, ethnomusicology, Celtic studies, anthropology, and social history.

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Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
18.5 cm x 24.5 cm
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0773520635
ISBN-13:
9780773520639
Number of pages:
433
Publisher:
McGill-Queen's University Press
Title:
Brigh an orain A story in every song

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2000, Maclellan,Lauchie, translated and edited by Shaw John. Published McGill-Queen's University Press. Dust Jacket present. Slight crease inside dust jacket. Black boards with gold lettering. Inside, pages clean, no inscriptions, markings Described as musicology, folklore and contains a foreword from Alistair MacLeod. This book contains forty-eight songs and nine folktales and are all either Gaelic songs or singers .The collection is presented as a transcribe from recordings and presented as the singer performed them, with an English translation provided. All the songs are accompanied by musical transcriptions. The book also includes a brief autobiography in Lauchie MacLellan's entertaining narrative style. John Shaw has added extensive notes and references, as well as photos and maps. The materials also serve as a unique, adaptable resource for those with more specialized research or teaching interests in ethnology/folklore, Canadian studies, Gaelic language, ethnomusicology, Celtic studies, anthropology, and social history.

Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
18.5 cm x 24.5 cm
Edition:
first
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0773520635
ISBN-13:
9780773520639
Number of pages:
433
Publisher:
McGill-Queen's University Press
Title:
Brigh an orain A story in every song

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