Videos tagged with "gaelic"
Dunninald Castle Montrose Angus Scotland [00:48]
Tour Scotland video of Dunninald Castle, South of Montrose, Scotland. Dunninald has a history of at least a thousand years. The name is derived from the gaelic, dun a castle and ard, a high place. The first Dunninald was on the cliff high above the North Sea, so the name is a good description of the original site. A second house was built about 1590, to replace the old tower fortalice. By 1819 the second house was some 230 years old and the new owner, Peter Arkley, commissioned James Gillespie Graham to built a new house. This was designed in the gothic revival style and was completed in 1824. James Gillespie Graham specialised in the gothic revival style and built many houses and churches around Scotland. He designed the Glenfinnan Monument in 1815.
Szkocja romantyczna [05:05]
Zdjęcia romantyczn ej Szkocji wraz ze śpiewaną po szkocku gaelicku piosenką zespołu Capercaillie Romantic Scotland together with the Scottish Gaelic song of Capercaillie
Scotia romantica [05:08]
Pictures of romantic Scotland together with the Scottish Gaelic song Oran Do Loch Iall of Capercaillie and Karen Matheson. Zdjęcia romantycznej Szkocji wraz ze śpiewaną po szkocku gaelicku piosenką zespołu Capercaillie
Stirling w Szkocji [03:40]
Kilka fotek ważnego w histori Szkocji miasta i zamku Stirling wraz z piosenką kapeli Capercaillie śpiewaną w języku gaelickim szkockim. A few pictures of Stirling and Stirling Castle in Scotland together with the Scottish Gaelic song of Capercaillie "Tighinn Air A'Mhuir Am Fear Phosas Mi"
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The Crafter's Song - Tartan Day on Ellis Island [16:39]
"The Crafter's Song" was the first documentary film produced in America about National Tartan Day. Narrated by Academy Award-winning actor Cliff Robertson, the film was produced by the Clan Currie Society in collaboration with Metaphor Pictures of New York. The film explores Tartan Day through the eyes of four of Scotland's premiere crafters during their exhibition on Ellis Island in 2003 as part of the Clan Currie Society's annual Tartan Day on Ellis Island program produced in partnership with the National Museums of Scotland. Each craft represents part of Scotland's "portable culture" that was brought with Scottish immigrants to North America from Colonial times to the present. Featured in the film are Hamish Moore - the celebrated bagpipe maker, teacher and international performer, Wilma Couper - a knitter with the Shetland Working Textile Museum, Robert McBain - a master tailor and kilt maker, and Colin Adamson - a producer of violins, violas and cellos for world class musicians. In addition, the crafters are joined by New York violinist, Lisa Gutkin - a performer with the contemporary Celtic band, Whirligig. The award-winning documentary debuted on YouTube on Tartan Day, April 6, 2012 in tribute to Cliff Robertson, who died on September 10, 2011 -- one day past his 88th birthday.
Tags: Cliff Robertson Scotland, Ellis Island, Tartan Day, tartan, kilt, fiddle, bagpipes, knitting, Currie, Clan Currie, Scottish, documentary, immigration, macmhuirich, Hamish Moore, Colin Adamson, Wilma Couper, Robert mcbain, Keith Kilt School, Gaelic, tradit