and better still if you see and hear the 10 wee video clips on the urban.clansman youtube channel
Here is one tiny taster of a beautiful spinning song sung by Frances whilst Innes was spinning and our women were teasing wool:
http://uk.youtube.com/urbanclansman & http://uk.youtube.com/user/woolcraftatgalgael
So, remember to visit
for to see some of the show, and visit also http://www.geocities.com/luadh/, the group's website and learn about their story - and maybe invite them to your group, too. It is great fun and they have many registers they can pull, with their big repertoire and vibrant vigour, as well very modern IT support (very educative and imaginative slideshows!)
We know we want them back - knowing also they loved the madness that is Galgael - and we would like the harp next time (February?), too, and then also (in early summer?) try out the songs in the boats to the beat of the oars, as many of the songs have been sung by men to the rhythm of rowing.
So, lets open the song books of the past,
and thanks be those here who make them last..