Bonnie Prince Charlie

BonniePrince

This page brings together all the recordings made as part of the Stòras Uibhist Bonnie Prince Charlie project. You can find out more about it on the Visit the Outer Hebrides site. In the links column you can click on the “SoundCloud” link to go directly to the recording, or on the “Wordpress” link to read the Island Voices blogpost about it.

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Alasdair Maceachen Gaelic Tommy Macdonald and Alasdair Maceachen discuss accounts of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s movements on Benbecula in Gaelic. SoundCloud

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Alasdair Maceachen English Tommy Macdonald and Alasdair Maceachen dicuss accounts of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s movements on Benbecula in English. SoundCloud

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Donald MacPhee English Tommy Macdonald quizzes Donald MacPhee on connections between Nunton House and Bonnie Prince Charlie’s escapades in the Uists and Benbecula. SoundCloud

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Paul McCallum Gaelic Sgeulachdan air Alasdair Mòr nam mart. Còmhradh eadar Paul agus Tommy. SoundCloud

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Paul McCallum English Tales of Macdonald of Boisdale et al. Tommy Macdonald in conversation with Paul McCallum SoundCloud

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Paul McCallum Gaelic Mo rùn geal òg. Paul gives an impromptu rendition of this song – attributed to a young woman widowed at Culloden. SoundCloud

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Jean-Didier Hache English Jean-Didier Hache and Tommy Macdonald discuss in English the life of Neil MacEachan, Bonnie Prince Charlie’s guide while he was on the run in the Hebrides. SoundCloud

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Jean-Didier Hache English Jean-Didier Hache discusses in English with Tommy Macdonald the remarkable story of Neil MacEachan’s son, “The French Macdonald”, who rose through the ranks of Napoleon’s army. SoundCloud

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Jean-Didier Hache French Jean-Didier Hache summarises in French the stories of Neil MacEachan and his son Alexandre Macdonald from the time of the 45 through the Napoleonic era. SoundCloud

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