Morag Of Dunvegan (Mòrag a Dùnbheagain)

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Morag Of Dunvegan (Mòrag á Dùnbheagain)  This is a popular love song in which the bard tells of his love for Mòrag from Dunvegan, that he will always be true to her.  The melody is attributed to Neil Matheson with Gaelic words by Catriona Dhughlas (1893-1965) of Skye.  It is also known as ‘A Dunvegan Love Lilt’.

Score ID
Easy (Grades 1-3)
1 minute
Solo instrument (Accordion)
Folk music
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