I picked this up off of the GAELIC-L listserv, thought there might be
> In message <[log in to unmask]> George Seto writes:
> > >Oran don Phrionnsa
> > > - in Mod Book 3 under "Hi ri ri tha e tighinn"
> > What's a "Mod Book"? I would assume it has something to do
> > with the National Mods. What would be the source and how would
> > one find out what's on which?
> A "Mod book" is one of the five books published by Gairm called
> "Coisir a' Mho\id" and they are in both sol-fa and staff (although
> I think the staff for book 3 is sold out). The books are about #2.50
> now from the Gaelic books council and they contain about 35 songs
> each arranged for a four part choir. There are no translations. All
> the songs are traditional. The books were originally published in
> the early part of this century and represent the songs chosen
> as competition pieces for the National Mod during that time.
> Craig Cockburn (pronounced "coburn"), Edinburgh, Scotland
> Sgri\obh thugam 'sa Ga\idhlig ma 'se do thoil e.
If someone wants more information on this and cannot post to
GAELIC-L themselves, I would be happy to relay a post....
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