[GA] Chuir Craig a' cheist seo air adhart thugam bho Patrick Reed ann an
Tuscon, Arizona. Dh'fhaodte gum bidh u\idh aig daoine eile anns an
> I have a few individuals in my madrigal group who wish to learn Gaelic
> vocal music. We are all in the SCA, and we all have performed various
> types of music from the Middle Ages for various audiences.
> Would you be so kind as to point us to some good sources? We need music
> and accurate pronunciation, for now.
Craig Cockburn forwarded the above question to me from Patrick Reed in
Tuscon. Perhaps others will be interested in the following information:
To get accurate pronunciation you need tapes. There are many tapes of
Gaidhlig song, but three which I can recommend are by our own Christine
Primrose, a traditional Gaelic singer from Lewis who is secretary at the
They are produced by Temple Records, Shillinghill, Temple, Midlothian,
Scotland. The words of the songs on the tapes are available by writing
to Temple Records. The US distributors are: Flying Fish Records, 1304
West Shubert, Chicago, ILL 60614.
It is planned to produce a book with the words of all the Gaelic songs
on tapes by Temple Records.
Caoimhi/n O/ Donnai/le