buachar’s six comments

  • Re: Brolum

    'The Brolum', Scottish Bagpipe Reel was composed by Dr Charles Bannatyne M.B., C.M. of Lanarkshire, Scotland, who composed a number of Marches, Strathspeys and Reels. He died in 1924. more…

  • Re: The Boys Of Ballivanich

    Balivanich. Just for info... The main town (village) in Benbecula in Uist in the Hebrides. In Gaelic - Baile 'a Mhanaich - meaning the 'town of the monk.' more…

  • Mull of the Mountains

    This is a Scottish Gaelic song from the Island of Mull, Gaelic title; 'Muile nam Mor-bheanna' Composed by Duncan Livingstone of Crogan, Isle of Mull and one of the many songs taken by emigrants to Nova Scotia. There is an original recording in existence ... more…

  • An Drochaid Chliùteach (The Famous Bridge)

    An Drochaid Chliùteach is Gaelic for 'The Famous Bridge'. That is the correct name. allanmcd is correct also saying that it is from the East side of Benbecula. It is a humorous Gaelic song written by a witty local who was poking fun at the civil enginee... more…

  • An Drochaid Chliùteach (The Famous Bridge)

    An Drochaid Chliùteach is Gaelic for 'The Famous Bridge'. That is the correct name. allanmcd is correct also saying that it is from the East side of Benbecula. It is a humorous Gaelic song written by a witty local who was poking fun at the civil enginee... more…

  • Father Michael’s

    Just for info, Father Michael MacDonald's `Silver Jubilee was composed by Iain MacDonald from Glenuig. more…