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Gut-a-long, Sing-a-long: Seachdain na Gàidhlig in Fife by Meg Hyland (Scottish Ethnology PhD candidate)

PhD candidate Meg Hyland has a wonderful blog for her project Women’s Music in the Herring Industry.

Meg recently partnered with Fife Council and the Scottish Fisheries Museum to run two events as part of Seachdain na Gàidhlig [Gaelic Week]. Gut-a-long, Sing-a-long was a workshop and singing session, and Meg gave a public talk entitled Gaelic Songs in Fife and the Herring Gutters. Meg provides an account of both these events with images, video and participant comments on her research blog.



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