Gaelic Literature  of the Isle of Skye: an annotated  bibliography   

 

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MACAMHLAIGH, Domhnall (fear-deas.):

 

(1976)   Nua-bhàrdachd Ghàidhlig.  Dun Eideann: Deasthaobh = Modern Scottish Gaelic Poems.  Edinburgh: Southside.  New edition.  Edinburgh: Canongate, 1995.

 

(1980)   Oighreachd agus Gabhaltas.  Obar-Dheadhan: Roinn an Fhoghlaim Cheiltich, Oilthigh Obar-Dheadhan.

 

MAC-AN-TUAIRNEIR, Paruig (1813).  Comhchruinneacha do dh’ Orain Taghta Ghaidhealach.  Duneidionn: T. Stiubhard air son an Ughdair.

 

MACAOIDH, Ruairidh (1964).  Raghnall Mac Ailein Oig’, Gairm, 49: 81-83.

 

MACAONGHAIS, An t-Urr. Iain (1973).  ‘Bàrdachd Iain Dubh Mac Dhomhnaill nan Oran’, Gairm, 82: 113-121.

 

MACAONGHAIS, An t-Ollamh Iain.  See: Dr. John MacInnes.

 

MAC-A-PHÌ, Aonghas (1981).  Cunnartan Cuain.  Loanhead: T. MacDhomhnaill.

 

MACAULAY, Donald.  See: Domhnall MacAmhlaigh.

 

MACBAIN, Alexander (ed.).  See: Alexander Cameron (1894).

 

MACBEAN, Lachlan:

 

(1888).  Songs and Hymns of the Scottish Highlands.  Edited by Lachlan MacBean.  Edinburgh: MacLachlan & Stewart.

 

(1921).  The Celtic Who’s Who.  Kirkcaldy: Fifeshire Advertiser.

 

MACCALMAIN, T. M.  See: T. M. Murchison.

 

MACCORMAIG, Iain, & Iain Mac-an-Aba (1925).  Am Fear a Chaill a Ghàidhlig agus Calum agus Bantrach Tharmaid.   Glascho: An Comunn Gaidhealach.

 

MACCOWAN, Roderick (1902).  The Men of Skye.  Glasgow: John MacNeilage; Edinburgh: Norman MacLeod; Portree: John Maclaine.

 

MACCULLOCH, J. A. (1905).  The Misty Isle of Skye.  Edinburgh & London: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier.

 

MACDIARMID, James (1902).  ‘Fragments of Breadalbane Folk-lore’, TGSI, 25: 126-148.

 

MACDIARMID, R.C. (1888).  ‘Donald MacLeod, The Skye Bard – His Life and Songs’, Transactions of the Gaelic Society of Glasgow, 1: 18-33.

 

MACDHOMHNAILL, Coinneach D. (fear-deas.) (1970).  Briseadh na Cloiche, agus sgeulachdan eile.  Glaschu: Roinn nan Canan Ceilteach, Oilthigh Ghlaschu.

 

MACDHOMHNAILL, Eoin (1957).  Uisdean Mac Ghilleasbuig Chléirich’, An Gaidheal Og, 9: 21-22.

 

MACDHOMHNUILL, Raonuill (1776).  Comh-chruinneachidh Orannaigh Gaidhealach.  Le Raonuill Macdomhnuill ann ‘n Eilean Eigg.  Duneidiunn: Walter Ruddiman.  (2nd edition.  Glasgow, 1809)

 

[MACDHOMHNAILL, T. D.] (1907).  Puirt mo Sheanmhar.  Struibhle: Aonghas MacAoidh

 

MACDONALD, A. and A. :

 

(1896). The Clan Donald.  Vol. 1.  Inverness: Northern Counties.

 

(1900). The Clan Donald.  Vol. 2.  Inverness: Northern Counties.

 

(1904). The Clan Donald.  Vol. 3.  Inverness: Northern Counties.

 

(1911) (eds.). The MacDonald Collection of Gaelic Poetry.   Inverness: Northern Counties.

 

MACDONALD, Alexander (1914).  Story and Song from Loch Ness-side.  Inverness: Northern Counties.  (2nd edition.  Inverness: Mainprint for the Gaelic Society of Inverness, 1982)

 

MACDONALD, Donald Archie.  See: Domhnall Eairdsidh Domhnallach.

 

MACDONALD, F. M. (1981) (ed.).  See: Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae.

 

MACDONALD, Finlay J.  See: Fionnlagh Domhnallach.

 

MACDONALD, John (1955).  ‘An Elegy for Ruaidhri Mór’.  Scottish Gaelic Studies, 8, Part 1: 27-52.

 

MACDONALD, John (1980).  See: Eoin Domhnallach.

 

MACDONALD, Keith Norman:

 

(1887) (ed.).  The Skye Collection of the Best Reels and Strathspeys Extant.  Edinburgh & London:  Paterson & Sons.

 

(1895) (ed.).  The Gesto Collection of Highland Music.  Leipzig: Oscar Brandsetter.

 

(1900).  MacDonald Bards from Mediaeval Times.  Edinburgh: Norman MacLeod.  (Repr.  Glasgow: Alex, MacLaren & Sons, 1929)

 

(1901) (ed.).  Puirt-a-Beul = Mouth-Tunes.  Glasgow:  Alex. MacLaren & Sons (repr. 1931).

 

(1906).  In Defence of Ossian.  Reprinted from The Oban Times.

 

MACDONALD, Kenneth D.  See: Coinneach D. MacDhomhnaill.

 

MACDONALD, Norman.  See: Tormod Domhnallach.

 

MCDONALD, Patrick (1784).  A Collection of Highland Vocal Airs.  Edinburgh.

 

MACDONALD, Ronald.  See: Raonuill MacDomhnuill.

 

MACDONALD, T. D.  See: T. D. MacDhomhnaill.

 

MACDONELL, Margaret (ed.) (1982).  The Emigrant Experience: Songs of Highland Emigrants in North America.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 

MACDOUGALL, James (1910).  Folk Tales and Fairy Lore in Gaelic and English. Edited, with an introduction and notes by Rev. George Calder.  Edinburgh: John Grant.

 

MACEACHARN, Domhnull (1906-7).  ‘Ur-Sgeul (Gaisgeach na Sgéithe Deirge)’, Celtic Review, 3: 160-176.

 

MACFARLANE, Malcolm.  See: Calum MacPharlain.

 

MACFARLANE, P.  See: P. MacPharlain.

 

MACFHIONGHUIN, Lachlann (fear-deas.) (1953). Bàird a’ Chomuinn.  Glaschu: An Comunn Gaidhealach.

 

MACGILL-EAIN, Somhairle.  See: Sorley MacLean.

 

MACGREGOR, Alexander:

 

(1874).  Sgiathanach.  Lachlunn Mac Thearlaich Oig’, An Gaidheal, 3: 120-121, 145-148.

 

(1876).  Sgiathanach.  ‘Lachlan MacKinnon, or “Lachlan Mac Thearlaich Oig” (the Skye Bard)’,  Celtic Magazine, 1: 91-94.

 

(1880).  ‘The Government Factor and the Widow’s Cow’, Celtic Magazine, 5: 426-429.

 

(1881-2). ‘The Isle of Skye in the Olden Times’,  Celtic Magazine, 7: 19-23.

 

(1882).  The Life of Flora MacDonald.  Inverness: A. & W MacKenzie.

 

[MACGUAIRE, Donnchadh] (ed.) (1972).  Mu ‘n Cuairt an Cagailte.  Inbhirnis: Club Leabhar.

 

MAC ILLEAIN, Iain (1818).  Orain nuadh Ghaedhlach.  Duneudainn: R. Meinnearach.

 

MACINNES, Lt. Col. John (1899).  The Brave Sons of Skye.  London: Eyre & Spottiswoode; Edinburgh: Norman MacLeod.

 

MACINNES, Dr. John:

 

(1962).  ‘Personal Names in a Gaelic Song: Oran Mor Sgoirebreac’.  Scottish Studies,  6: 235-243.

 

(1966).  ‘Gaelic Songs of Mary MacLeod’,  Scottish Gaelic Studies, 11, Part 1: 2.23.

 

(1969-70)  ‘The Choral Tradition in Scottish Gaelic Songs’, TSGI,  46: 44-65.

 

(1978).  Iain MacAonghais.  Màiri Mhór nan Oran,  Deasaichte le Domhnall E. Meek’,  Gairm,  102:  188-191.

 

MACINNES, Rev. John.  See: An t-Urr. Iain MacAonghais.

 

MACINNES, Malcolm (ed.) (1951).  See: Alexander Nicolson.

 

MACINTOISICH, Donncha (1831).  Ch-Chruinneach dh’ Orain Thaghte Ghaeleach.  Edinburgh: John Elder.

 

MACINTOSH, Duncan.  See: Donncha MacIntoisich.

 

MACISAAC, Duncan (ed.).  See: John Gregorson Campbell.

 

MACKAY, Angus (1838).  A Collection of Ancient Piobaireacfhd.  Aberdeen, Inverness & Elgin: Logan & Co.

 

MACKAY, J. G.:

 

(1914-19, 1919-22).  ‘Social Life in Skye from Legend and Story’, TGSI, 29:  260-290, 335-350; 30: 1-26, 128-174.

 

(1929-31).  Comh-Abartachd Eadar Cas-Shiubhal-an-t-Sléibhe agus A’ Chailleach Bheurr’, Scottish Gaelic Studies,  3: 10-51.

 

(1940).  More West Highland Tales.  Vol. 1.  Edinburgh & London: Oliver & Boyd for the Scottish Anthropological & Folklore Society  ((transcr. & transl. from the MSS of J. F. Campbell of Islay}

 

(1960).  More West Highland Tales.  Vol. 2.  Edinburgh & London: Oliver & Boyd for the Scottish Anthropological & Folklore Society  ((transcr. & transl. from the MSS of J. F. Campbell of Islay}

 

MACKAY, Rory.  See: Ruairidh MacAoidh.

 

MACKECHNIE, John (1973).  Catalogue of Gaelic Manuscripts in Selected Libraries in Great Britain and Ireland.  Vol. 1.  Boston, Mass.:  G. K Hall & Co.

 

MACKENZIE, Alexander:

 

(1889).   History of the MacLeods: with genealogies of the principal  families of the name.  Inverness: & W. MacKenzie.

 

(1896).  History of the Frasers of Lovat.  Inverness: A. & W. MacKenzie.

 

MACKENZIE, Annie M. (1964) (ed.).  Orain Iain Luim: Songs of John MacDonald, Bard of Keppoch.  Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press for the SGTS.

 

MACKENZIE, John :

 

(n.d.)    The Gaelic Melodist … collected and arranged by John MacKenzie.  Edinburgh: D. R. Collie & Son.

 

(1872)    Sàr-Obair nam Bàrd Gaelach: or, the Beauties of Gaelic Poetry and Lives of the Highland Bards.  Edinburgh: MacLachlan and Stewart;  London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co. 

(1st edition was 1841)

 

MACKENZIE, William:

 

(1930). Skye: Iochdar-Trotternish and District.  Glasgow: Alex. MacLaren & Sons.

 

(1934). Old Skye Tales.  Glasgow: Alex. MacLaren & Sons.

 

MACKINNON, A. D. (joint author).  See: A. MacKenzie Downie and A. W. MacKinnon.

 

MACKINNON, Prof. Donald (1913-1914).  ‘Neil MacLeod’, Celtic Review, 9: 151-156.

 

[MACKINNON, Rev. Donald] (1951).  ‘The MacAskills of Rudha an Dunain’, Clan MacLeod Magazine, 22-27.

 

MACKINNON, Rev. Donald and Alick Morrison:

 

(1968).  The MacLeods: the Genealogy of a Clan.  Section 1.  Edinburgh: Clan MacLeod Society.

 

(1968).  The MacLeods: the Genealogy of a Clan.  Section 2.  Edinburgh: Clan MacLeod Society.

 

(1970).  The MacLeods: the Genealogy of a Clan.  Section 3.  Edinburgh: Clan MacLeod Society.

 

(1974).  Alick Morrison.  The MacLeods: the Genealogy of a Clan.  Section 4.  Edinburgh: Associated Clan MacLeod Societies.

 

(1976).  Alick Morrison.  The MacLeods: the Genealogy of a Clan. Section 5.  Edinburgh: Associated Clan MacLeod Societies.

 

MACKINNON, Lachlan.  See: Lachlann MacFhionghuin.

 

MACKINNON, Neil J. (1981).  Strath, Skye – The End of the Nineteenth Century’, TSGI, 52: 155-197.

 

MACLAREN’s Hebrides Collection of Scottish Songs (1924-1932).  Nos. 1-26.  Glasgow: Alex. MacLaren & Sons.

 

MACLEAN, Donald (1915).  Typographia Scoto-Gadelica, or Books Printed In the Gaelic of Scotland from the Year 1567 to the year 1914.  Edinburgh: John Grant.

 

MACLEAN, John.  See: Iain Mac Illeain.

 

MACLEAN, Magnus (1892-3; 1893-4).  ‘Skye Bards’, Highland Monthly, 4: 686-700, 745-760; 5: 33-45, 92-101.  (Also in: TGSG, 2: 171-223).

 

MACLEAN, Sorley:

 

(1939).  ‘The Poetry of the Clearances’, TGSI, 38: 293-324.

 

(1943)   Somhairle Mac Ghill Eathain.  Dàin do Eimhir agus Dàin Eile.  Glaschu: William MacLellan

 

(1970).  ‘Poetry, Passion and Political Consciousness’, Scottish International, 10: 10-16.

 

(1974).  ‘Some Raasay Traditions’, TGSI, 49: 377-397.

 

(1976).  [‘My Relationship with Poetry’], Chapman, 16: 25-32.

 

(1982).  Somhairle MacGill-Eain.  ‘Some Thoughts on Gaelic Poetry’, TGSI, 52: 302-317.

 

(1985).  Somhairle MacGill-Eain.  Ris a’ Bhruthaich.  Steornabhagh: Acair.

 

MACLEAN, Sorley and George Campbell Hay, William Neill, Stuart MacGregor. (1970).  Four Points of a Saltire.  Edinburgh: Reprographia.

 

MACLEOD, Angus (ed.) (1978).  Orain Dhonnchaidh Bhàin: The Songs of Duncan Ban MacIntyre.  Edinburgh: Scottish Press for the SGTS.

 

MACLEOD, Calum (ed.).  See: Helen Creighton and Calum MacLeod.

 

MACLEOD, Donald.  See: Domhnul MacLeòid.

 

MACLEOD, Donald John:

 

(1970) .  Domhnall-Iain MacLeòid. (ed.).  Dorcha tro Ghlainne: Taghadh de sgeulachan goirid.  Ghlaschu: Gairm.

 

(1976).  ‘Gaelic Prose’, TGSI, 49: 198-230.

 

(1980).  Twentieth Century Publications in Scottish Gaelic. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.

 

MACLEOD, Fred. T.:

 

(1918) (ed.).  Eilean a’ Cheò: The Isle of Mist.  2nd. Edition.  Edinburgh: Gordon Wilson.

 

(1933).  The MacCrimmons of Skye.  Edinburgh: Henderson and Hamilton.

 

MACLEOD, Gordon (2011).  ‘The MacLeods of Trumpan Reconsidered’,  MacLeod Genealogical Notes (21 September 2011)

 

MACLEOD, John N.  See: Iain N. MacLeòid.

 

MACLEOD, Kenneth:

 

(1927).  The Road to the Isles: Poetry, Lore and Traditions of the Hebrides.  Edinburgh: Roberrt Grant & Son.

 

(1988).  Sgriobhaidean Choinnich Mhic Leòid: The Gaelic Prose of Kenneth MacLeod.  Edited by Thomas Moffatt Murchison.  Edinburgh: The Scottish Academic Press for the SGTS.

 

See also:  Marjory Kennedy-Fraser and Kenneth MacLeod.

 

MACLEOD, Kirsty.  See: Ciorstag NicLeòid.

 

MACLEOD, Neil:

 

(1893).  Miann a’ Bhàird Aosda’, TGSI, 19: 89-98.

 

(1896).  Beagan Dhuilleag bho Sheann Bhàrdachd Eilean-a’-Cheò’, TGSI, 21: 171-186.

 

(1896).  Wallace: a Poem.  London & Paisley: Alexander Gardner.

 

(1975).  Niall MacLeòid.  Clàrsach an Doire.  An siathamh clo-bhualadh.  Glaschu: Gairm.  (A’ cheud clo-bhualadh 1883).

 

[MACLEOD, Norman] (1840-1). ‘Clann-‘Ic-Chruimein: Piobairean  Dhunbheagain,  Cuairtean nan Gleann, 1: 134-137.

 

MACLEÒÌD, Domhnul (1811).  Orain Nuadh Ghaeleach.  Inbhirneis: Eoin Young.

 

MACLEÒÌD, Domhnall Iain.  See: Donald John MacLeod.

 

MACLEÒÌD, Iain N.:

 

(1907).  Seann Sgeul: Lunnain a Ris’,  Guth na Bliadhna, 4: 249-252.

 

(1916) (fear-deas.).  Bardachd Leòdhais.  Glaschu:  Alasdair MacLabhruinn agus a Mhic.

 

(1917). John N. MacLeod.  Domhnull nan Oran (Am Bard Sgitheanach)’, TGSI, 29: 119-133.

 

(1932). Litrichean Alasdair Mhóir.  Steornabhagh: Cuairtear Steornabhagh.

 

MACLEÒÌD, Niall.  See: Neil MacLeod.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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