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Norman MacLean Interview on the Falkirk Tryst

Enjoy this subtitled (Gaelic) extract of an oral history interview with the famous late Norman MacLean, conducted by Gordon Wells of the Soillse Project, University of the Highlands and Islands. Norman speaks of his grandfather's medal success at the Falkirk Tryst in 1878, singing Gaelic songs from Islay. Supplied by Gordon Wells, Manaidsear Pròiseict: Soillse, Sabhal Mor Ostaig, University of the Highlands and Islands, Gordon Wells.

I believe it was he that opened the doors of music for me

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  • References & Bibliography
  • "Norman MacLean’s Grandad at the Falkirk Tryst." Norman MacLean in Conversation with Gordon Wells. Extracted from “Saoghal Thormoid.” Co-produced by Soillse with Island Voices/Guthan nan Eilean.
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