The St Kilda Tapes is a moving musical and visual journey on the theme of home. Using contemporary and archive film alongside the thoughts and memories of St Kildan Norman John Gillies, the gaelic song of Maeve MacKinnon, and the music of David Allison.
This book compiles songs/poems written by John Morrison of Scalpay, Isle of Harris.
This book compiles a selection of Gaelic songs from Harris.
ISBN: 1 872598 26 9
Traditional songs and music from the talented youngsters of Sir E Scott school in Tarbert, Isle of Harris, with their teacher, Iain MacIver. The group have their roots steeped in the traditional culture of their homeland.
Accordion, fiddle, small pipes, guitar, clarsach, piano and vocals
The Isle of Lewis, the largest and the most northerly of the islands of the Outer Hebrides, has had an eventful story from prehistoric times through to the present. Evidence of human occupation stretches back to 3000 BC, explicit in the iconic silhouettes of the Standing Stones at Callanish. After the Vikings left in the ninth century, the clans of West Scotland quickly moved in, and Lewis was the site of many feuds between the Morrisons, the MacAulays and the MacLeods. The island operated largely independently until it was purchased by the MacKenzies in 1600 and was finally drawn into Scotland