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Sheena MacLeod, Jean Campbell and Christy A. Paton interviewed by Emily Lyle in Scottish oral tradition in Australia [sound recording] : the Emily Lyle Collection
Bib ID 4227404
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
MacLeod, Sheena, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Access open for research; written permission required for personal copies and public use from Director of School of Scottish Studies. 
Description 1977 
1 digital audio tape 
Series

Scottish oral tradition in Australia.

Summary

Folkloric recording.

Partial contents
  • Sheena MacLeod recites: Evo ivo turn the rope over (skipping rhyme)
  • All in together girls (skipping game)
  • Jean Campbell sings: Wha saw the tattie howkers (mouth music)
  • I've come to see Jemima (children's game song)
  • Here comes a bluebird through my window (children's game song)
  • Biddy m'larrity (Irish mouth music)
  • Clare O'Nolan's ball (Irish song)
  • Christy Paton sings: Horo mo nighean donn bhoidheach, horo my nut brown maiden (love song)
  • O cait an caidil an ribhinn a-nochd, o tell me where she rests tonight (love song).
 
Notes

Recorded 6 March 1977 in Australia.

Digital master available National Library of Australia;

Index/Finding Aid Note Timed summary available. 
Subjects MacLeod, Sheena -- Interviews.  |  Campbell, J. (Jean) -- Interviews.  |  Paton, Christy A. -- Interviews.  |  Scottish Australians -- Interviews.  |  Scottish Australians -- Social life and customs.  |  Folk songs, Scots -- Australia.  |  Folk songs, Scottish Gaelic -- Australia.  |  Folk songs, Irish -- Australia.  |  Oral tradition -- Scotland.
Other authors/contributors Campbell, J. (Jean), Interviewee  |  Paton, Christy A, Interviewee  |  Lyle, Emily B. (Emily Buchanan), 1932-, Interviewer
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505 2 |aSheena MacLeod recites: Evo ivo turn the rope over (skipping rhyme) -- All in together girls (skipping game) -- Jean Campbell sings: Wha saw the tattie howkers (mouth music) -- I've come to see Jemima (children's game song) -- Here comes a bluebird through my window (children's game song) -- Biddy m'larrity (Irish mouth music) -- Clare O'Nolan's ball (Irish song) -- Christy Paton sings: Horo mo nighean donn bhoidheach, horo my nut brown maiden (love song) -- O cait an caidil an ribhinn a-nochd, o tell me where she rests tonight (love song).
506 |aAccess open for research; written permission required for personal copies and public use from Director of School of Scottish Studies.
518 |aRecorded 6 March 1977 in Australia.
520 |aFolkloric recording.
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555 0 |aTimed summary available.
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700 1 |aLyle, Emily B.|q(Emily Buchanan),|d1932-|4ivr
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