Manx Customs and Traditions - Hop-tu-Naa: A Manx poem by John Dog Callister
A poem about the traditional Hop-tu-naa time of year in the West of the Isle of Man.
The poem was written and performed by John "Dog" Callister, the Manx Bard.
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