Dear Mardi: Even if this has no provenance on the piece,
it looks like something I need to look at. Thanks for
passing this on. I'll see if I can locate it.
Texas Tech University
On Thu, 19 Oct 1995, Mardi Cook wrote:
> Dear Lee,
> I don't know if this is of any help but I found some stuff that at least if
> nothing esle might interest you.
> John MacDonald
> "Crain Iain Luim : songs of John MacDonald, bard of Keppoch"
> (Edited by Annie M MacKenzie)
> Edinburgh : Oliver & Boyd for the Scottish Gaelic Texts Society, 1964.
> Series : Scottish Gaelic Texts, no. 8.
> NB : also an edition put out in 1973 same series, ISBN: 0707300460 put out
> by Scottish Academic Press for the Scottish Gaelic Text Society.
> John Paul MacDonald
> "A Keppoch song : a poem in 5 cantos, being the origin and history of the
> family, alias Donald, Lord of the Isles, carried down to its extinction,
> with a continuation of the family of Keppoch : the whole combined with the
> history of Scotland, with notes and references, and concluding with an
> analysis of the Scotch Acts of Parliament, related to the Douglas
> Association : and an address to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent..."
> Montrose, Scotland : Printed for the author, at the Review Office by J.
> Watt, 1815.
> They're not strictly Archibald MacDonald of Keppoch, but it was the closest
> I could come to finding anything for you. Hope its of some help,
> >But on the subject of Celtic music, I have been trying to locate the
> >provenance of a piece I play ("Archibald MacDonald of Keppoch") and
> >can find nothing. Can anyone give me a hint in the right direction.
> >Any info would be better than what I've been able to turn up -- zero.
> >Thanks in advance.
> >Lee Bradley
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