Highland songs of the Forty-five

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Published by Published by Scottish Academic Press for the Scottish Gaelic Texts Society in Edinburgh .

Written in English

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  • Scotland,
  • Highlands (Scotland),
  • Highlands,
  • Highlands.

Subjects:

  • Political poetry, Scottish Gaelic -- Scotland -- Highlands -- Translations into English,
  • Political poetry, Scottish Gaelic -- Scotland -- Highlands,
  • Jacobite Rebellion, 1745-1746 -- Poetry,
  • Jacobites -- Poetry,
  • Scotland -- History -- 18th century -- Poetry,
  • Highlands (Scotland) -- Poetry

Edition Notes

Book details

Other titlesOrain ghàidhealach mu Bhliadhna theàrlaich.
Statementedited by John Lorne Campbell.
GenreTranslations into English., Poetry.
SeriesScottish Gaelic texts ;, v. 15
ContributionsCampbell, John Lorne, 1906-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPB1684 .H5 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxvi, 347 p., [1] folded leaf of plates :
Number of Pages347
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2974175M
ISBN 100707303494
LC Control Number84221821

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60 As Campbell points out, the songs mentioned above were by a gamekeeper, a herdsman, a family bard and a schoolmaster – what might be called a representative sample of Highlanders (Campbell, Highland Songs of the Forty-Five, xxi).Cited by: 4. A list of lyrics, artists and songs that contain the term "forty-five" - from the website.

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Jacobite rebellion of –46 (the Forty-five). Since Britain was now at odds with France, the latter power was willing to sponsor an invasion on behalf of the Stuart dynasty. It hoped that such an invasion would win support from the masses and from the Tory sector of the landed class. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives International License.

The Dress Act, part of the Act of Proscription (19 Geo. 2, c), came into force in Scotland on 1st August Section 16 of the Act made the wearing of “Highland clothes (that is to say) the Plaid, Philabeg, or little.

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The Gaelic academic John Lorne Campbell, who was responsible for a great deal of collection and publication of Gaelic song amongst many other things, wrote in that his seminal work, Highland Songs of the Forty-Five, was “an attempt to show what their [Highlander] thoughts and feelings, as revealed in their vernacular poetry, really were.

John Lorne Campbell was a Scottish historian, farmer, environmentalist and folklore scholar. In the s Campbell was living on the Hebridean island of Barra where, with the author Compton Mackenzie, he founded the Sea League to fight for the rights of local fishermen and organised a strike of motorists in protest at having to pay tax on an island with no made-up roads/5.

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