Gair nan Clarsach - The Harps' Cry by O Baoill,Colm
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Gair nan Clarsach - The Harps' Cry
By O Baoill,Colm

Gair nan Clarsach - The Harps' Cry

Anthology of 17th Century Gaelic Poetry

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Translated by Meg Bateman See other recent books by Meg Bateman
Format: Paperback

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Gair nan Clarsach - The Harps' Cry by O Baoill,Colm

Book Description

This is an anthology of Gaelic poetry and song from the 17th century and includes the melodies of songs where known. 43 poems illustrate the full range of verse from that turbulent century - work songs, rowing songs, political songs and songs of clans, anger and grief. This poetry gives readers a last glimpse of the heroic age in Europe which has remained unchanged in Scotland for over 1000 years.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781874744139
ISBN-10: 1874744130
Format: Paperback
(216mm x 135mm x 17mm)
Pages: 245
Imprint: Birlinn Ltd
Publisher: Birlinn General
Publish Date: 31-Jan-1998
Country of Publication: United Kingdom


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Author Biography - O Baoill,Colm

Colm O'Baoill was born in the City of Armagh in 1938 and educated there, as well as at Queen's University, Belfast. He was Assistant Lecturer in Celtic at Queen's in 1962 and Lecturer in Celtic at Aberdeen University in 1966. He edited the Gaelic poems of "Sileas na Ceapaich" and a collection of Maclean poetry, "Eachann Bacach and Other Maclean Poets." Meg Bateman was born in Edinburgh in 1959 and educated there. She learned Gaelic as an adult, in South Uist and at Aberdeen University where she did a degree in Gaelic Studies and a doctorate on medieval Gaelic religious poetry. After graduating she taught Gaelic in Edinburgh to various groups while gaining some renown as a translator and poet in the language. Her poems have appeared in her collection, "Orain Ghaoil," and in the bilingual anthology, "An Aghaidh na Siorraidheachd."

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