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Arraneyn ayns Gaelg (Manx Gaelic songs)

Shoh çhaglym arraneyn ayns Gaelg ynsit mee ayns yn Ellan Vannin as veih lioaryn as CDyn.

This is a collection of Manx traditional songs that I've learnt in the Isle of Man and from books and CDs.

Links

Manx Heritage Foundation (Undinys Eiraght Vannin) music database
http://www.manxheritagemusic.org/home.aspx

Lyrics and music for a number of Manx songs
http://www.manxmusic.com/learn.html

Lioar dy hymnyn, as arraneyn spyrrydoil, chyndait gys Gailck, veih licaryn Wesley as Watts, &c (1799): http://www.archive.org/details/lioardyhymnynas00wattgoog

Recordings of Manx language songs are available from:
http://www.manxmusic.com/publication_type_index_69789.html
http://www.presenceofmann.com/

Information about Manx | Phrases | Numbers | Colours | Family words | Colours | Time | Proverbs | Terms of endearment | Comparison of Celtic languages | Celtic cognates | Songs | Tower of Babel | The decline and revival of Manx | My podcast about Manx | Links | Learning materials


Songs in various languages

English | French | Georgian | Icelandic | Irish | Manx | Māori | Ndebele | Scottish Gaelic | Welsh | Zulu | Songs in multiple languages

Songs from: Bangor Community Choir | Bangor Welsh Learners' Choir | The Crazy Choir | Simon Ager


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