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Norman Maclean: Òran do Sgoilearan Chàirinis

TormodCarinishNorman Maclean’s grandfather (also Norman – Tormod Ailein) was lost at sea in the First World War, when Norman’s mother was still young.

In another contribution to the “An fheadhainn tha laighe sàmhach” project, Mary Morrison arranged for Norman to visit Sgoil Chàirinis, where his mother was a pupil, to recite this specially composed Gaelic song, and help the children learn to sing it.

In the video clip below Norman gives a crystal clear rendition of the words.

With his kind agreement, a written version is also made available on Clilstore so you can listen and read at the same time. Click on this link – Unit 2307 – to go to the transcription.

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Categories: CALL, Community, Video
  1. 11/11/2016 at 10:47 am

    Nì an aois a ghnothach fhèin – nach fìor am facal. Ach ma ta, tha cumadh eireachdail air Tormod còir.

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