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Youthful hope for Gaelic song in Mid Argyll

Gaelic and West Highland music heard everywhere

BARELY a week goes by in summer without a music festival jampacked with bands like Tide Lines, Skipinnish, Skerryvore, Heron Valley, Ho Ro and many more. The talent in these bands is immense, and the music is rooted in Highland culture.

Traditional music has never been more popular across all generations in Mid Argyll – but what of Gaelic language and song?

There is a project led by an enthusiast of the language, Àdhamh Ó Broin, to salvage the last embers of the Mid Argyll and Cowal dialect which he has called Dalriada Gaelic.

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