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Obituary - Maggie Macdonald

TRIBUTES have been paid to a woman widely regarded as one of Scotland’s top Gaelic singers, who has died.

Maggie Macdonald, 63, although born in Glasgow, belonged to the Campbells of Greepe in Skye - one of the best-known and accomplished families of traditional Gaelic singers in Scotland.

Mrs Macdonald, who worked as a primary teacher and taught throughout Scotland, including in Skye, Inverness and Fort Augustus, won the prestigious National Mod Gold Medal in 1994.

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