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Ceol nan Coisir sets scene for Mód

Gaelic singers from all over the Highlands and Islands met in Ullapool for the annual Ceòl nan Còisir on Saturday February 25, writes Choir conductor Lisa MacDonald from Ullapool.

Led by Rachel Walker, conductor of Lochaber Gaelic Choir, the most recent and highly successful addition to the choir scene, the choristers studied the prescribed pieces for this year’s Mòd which will be held in Fort William in October.

As a concept, the day defines the essence of the Mòd. Yes, there are competitions and yes, marks are allocated and winners announced. That is, by far, the least important aspect.

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