Eathar Dubh A Bradhagair - Calum Alex MacMillan - Tàladh Nan Cuantan
Label: Skipinnish Records - SKIPCD08 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
Eathar Dubh A Bradhagair. Credits :. Appears On :. Language :. Lyrics :. English Translation :. Indeed I saw her sailing. A' dol os cionn a' Bhraga. Going above Bragar. Early on Sunday morning. Chunna mi bhon doras. I saw from my doorway. Early in the morning when I was getting up. A black boat from Bragar. I thought she was a whaler. Sac oirre do chanabhas. She carried such a weight of canvas. As to Eathar Dubh A Bradhagair - Calum Alex MacMillan - Tàladh Nan Cuantan her "jaw".
Ag iarraidh chun na h-acarsaid. Hurrying to the anchorage. Because the old men were in trouble. Anmoch air Di-Sathuirn. Late on Saturday. Ann an sruth a' Ghallan Uigich. In the current of Gallan Head. When it was time to raise Boom Bang - Family - A Family Selection - The Best Of Family sail. As the old men had decided.
Chaill i 'n t-iarunn iarach. She lost the iron pintle. In the rudder-bands. And the old men of Bragar lost. Sight of their homes and their course. Chunnaic fear an t-signal i. The man at the signal saw her. And wondered where she had set out from. Chuir e suas bratach riu. He raised a flag to them. And they answered with a red one. Ag innse mar a thachair dhaibh. Telling what had happened to them. Di-Sathuirn, 's e cho anmoch.
And to deliver that piece of news. And announce it in the parish of Barvas. When the day dawned. And they beheld the Campar.
Bha cuid ac ann an agartas. Some were arguing. Am b' e sud fearann Leodhais. About whether that really was the land of Lewis. Ach thuirt fear de na maraichean. But one of the seamen said. Gum b' aithne dha an tom ud. That he recognized a particular hillock. That he himself had read the books. As All Good People - Yes - Yesshows were plenty of these below deck.
Suas caolas a' Bhraga. Up the Sound of Bragar. With the anchorage on her shoulder. Cha robh guth air "Latitude". There was no mention then of Latitude. No Eathar Dubh A Bradhagair - Calum Alex MacMillan - Tàladh Nan Cuantan na mara 'n uair sin. Or the nautical school. Bha fear aig a "Windlass". There was a man on the windlass. A' tomhais leis a luaidhe. Sounding with the lead.
He had learned his seamanship. When he was young at the peat-sacks. When they reached the anchorage. Cha robh na bodaich fialaidh. The old men there were not kindly. Cha reiceadh iad an langa.
They would not sell the ling. No na sgaitean air na b' fhiach iad. Nor the skate for what they were worth. Ach reiceadh iad a' bhiorach riunn. But they would sell dogfish to us.
Air sgillin thoirt an t-sia orr'. A shilling for six. Nach b' annasach an naidheachd sin. Wasn't that a strange story. Ga reic an Nis le Siaraich.
West men selling them in Ness. Cheud chuimhne th' agams'. In my earliest memory. Mar as aithne don an t-sluagh e. As everybody knows. Cha tigeadh bodaich Bhradhagair. The Bragar men would not come.
Reic bhiorach ruinn an uair sin. To sell us dogfish at that time. Bha iasgairean sa bhaile seo. There were fishermen in this township. A chuireadh iad cho suarach. Who regarded them as so despicable. That their ignorance prevented them. From managing their business competently.
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