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THE first ceilidh in 2017 of An Comunn Gàidhealach’s Cruachan branch, held in Taynuilt Village Hall, began in rousing fashion with piper Andy Matthews in fine form, playing several enjoyable sets of tunes.

Bean an Taighe Audrey Paterson was on hand to guide the audience through the programme for the evening and also to take her place singing with Atomic Piseag, the well-known Argyll ladies’ Gaelic choir, under the guidance of their conductor, Raymond Bremner. The choir was a joy to hear, with a wide selection of songs and arrangements producing lovely sounds and beautiful harmonies.

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