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Claare ny Gael 30th May 2021

Claare Ny Gael

Sunday, May 30th, 2021 - 50 minutes

We finish off those of Aesop's Fables that were translated into Manx by Neddy Beg Hom Ruy - twenty-five of them were published by Karl Roeder in 1901. We also hear excerpts from a letter from Neddy Beg from his son's Derbyshire  home to his friend, Rev John Kewley, in 1899.

Bishop Samuel Rutter had a short episcopacy, and is well-known for the epitaph he wrote for himself, about sharing a home with his brothers, the little worms. He was a surprisingly robust existentialist when it came to his songs of drinking and carousing. He was buried in the chancel of St German's Cathedral on 30th May 1661.

As nyn giaull -
QUEENSLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Cond. Andrew Perry - Op 91, Four Cornish Dances (Sir Malcolm Arnold) - 1. Vivace
SKEEAL - Ushtey millish 'sy gharee/Peeldog
QUEENSLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - 2. Andantino
DONAL LUNNY, COOLFIN & CAARJYN - Dulaman
QUEENSLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - 3. Con moto e sempre senza parodia
ANNE MARTIN - Gur tu mo chruinneag bhoidheach
QUEENSLAND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - 4. Allegro ma non troppo
STAA - Kishtey ny yindyssyn
KROAZHENT - Eliz Iza

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