This heritage video is taken from our “Cairt Load o Scottish Memories Archive”.This entertaining heritage video captures our cultural identity and tells of the traditional planning and the celebration of the hairst being completed.
It features an evening of North East entertainment called a “Meal and Ale” held in the fairm barn. An event that gave cultural identity to this part of Scotland.
The traditional foot tappin music of the rural folk features music of the pipes, fiddle, melodeon and the unaccompanied voice are featured. Northeast bothy ballads sang by rural folk like Tom and Anne Reid and recitations, by Robbie Shepherd also help to tell the story of a past way of North East rural folk and fairm life.
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Selling price for 1-5 DVDs in one order is £8 each which includes P&P in the UK
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