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I’ll Sing On

Catriona Maclean Mackinnon.

The ‘feisty’ Skye choirmaster who taught Sabhal Mor Ostaig’s founder to speak Gaelic and told him to burn his scruffy jacket is the subject of a new book raising money to help cure the cancer that ended her life early.

I’ll Sing On, which launched at the Skye Book Festival, tells the story of a girl of Lewis and Skye parentage, Catriona Maclean Mackinnon. Catriona, an enthusiastic singer, harpist and Gaelic choirmaster, who developed Hodgkin lymphoma while still a young wife and mother.

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