OT: 20 September 1924 George MacKay “The Prince’s Salute”

The Oban Times, 20 September, 1924 The Prince’s Salute 65 Harrison Road, Edinburgh, 15th September, 1924 Sir,–Kindly allow me a final word on the above subject in reply to your correspondent “Crunluath,” who is mistaken in thinking that the appending notes in certain parts of this tune have anything to do with the main notes […]

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OT: 3 May 1924 – Dugald “Gaelic Song and Music”

The Oban Times, 3 May, 1924 Gaelic Song and Music 26th April, 1924 Sir,–I read with interest Mr. MacPharlain’s letter in your issue of the 19th inst., and also the two letters in to-day’s issue. Mister MacPharlain wrote, “All our varieties of song and music need to be kept in evidence to prevent us from […]

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OT: 26 April, 1924 – Ceo Minn [Gaelic Song and Music]

The Oban Times, 26 April 1924 [Gaelic Song and Music] Glasgow, 21 April, 1924 Sir,–If the remarks of Captain Campbell, yr. of Succoth, at the annual social of the Glasgow Gaelic Musical Association, and the critical observations of “Calum MacPharlain” in last week’s “Oban Times,” are properly considered and acted upon by the teachers of […]

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OT: 26 April, 1924 – Mac “Gaelic Song and Music”

The Oban Times, 26 April, 1924 Gaelic Song and Music 19th April, 1924 Sir, All true lovers of Gaelic song and music should be indebted to Mister MacFarlane [sic] for his letter on this theme in to-day’s issue. He writes from long, practical experience. He has a first-hand knowledge of Gaelic and its music, while […]

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