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  Posted: 29-Oct-2004, 01:13 PM
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[SIZE=14]Hi , my name is Fiona and I work in the Highlands as the Gaelic Song Fellow. its my job to help with any requests for information about Gaelic song - lyrics, translations ( if I can) , writers, anything really - or if I cant help then I'll try to point you in the right direction. So get writing wink.gif

If you want to try and learn some songs , we've produced a double Cd set for the Fellowship, of 40 Gaelic songs, followed by spoken word so you have a pronunciation guide and a book of lyrics. it was primarily aimed at young people but has proved popular with Gaelic learners all over the world. And before anyone accuses me of advertising, this is NOT a private venture - I make not a penny from sales!! cool.gif we just want to help people get access to Gaelic song regardless of geographical limitations. If you want to know more, send me a PM
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