Òran Chaluim Sgàire (Calum Sgaire's Song)
Arranged by Julia Gordon. World, Folk, European, Celtic. 1 pages. Published by Julia Gordon (S0.289961).
Item Number: S0.289961
Oran Chaluim Sgàire (Calum Sgaire's Song) Written by Malcolm Macaulay, 1822-1902. At the age of seventeen, ‘Calum Sgaire’ of Bosta, Bernera, was sailing on the schooner ‘Express’, carrying salt fish to the Baltic - fish that had probably been cured on Bernera. This meant he was away for long periods, but he was in love with Margaret Macleod (also known as Mairead Chaluim Neill) of Breaclete. They planned to marry, but Margaret’s parents thought Calum Sgaire was unsuitable, and married her off to Angus MacDonald. Malcolm penned the song 'Calum Sgaire' about the incident. .
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