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by Donnie Macleod

Free eBook Dotaman Air Ghleus (Scots Gaelic Edition) download ISBN: 0861529189
Author: Donnie Macleod
Publisher: Acair (June 27, 1998)
Language: Scots Gaelic
Pages: 32
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Arts Music and Photography
Size MP3: 1314 mb
Size FLAC: 1243 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Dotaman Air Ghleus has been added to your Basket. This is the second book of songs sung by Donnie MacLeod, including 16 new songs.

Dotaman Air Ghleus has been added to your Basket. ISBN-13: 978-0861529186.

Dotaman Air Ghleus book. Gaelic; Scottish Gaelic. This is a collection of 16 songs from the BBC series for children. Details (if other): Cancel.

Dòtaman (Scottish Gaelic for "spinning top") is the longest running Scottish Gaelic children's TV programme for pre-schoolers. It began 17 October 1985 starring Donnie Macleod, formerly of Na h-Òganaich, whose appearances made him a cult figure. Donnie was primarily the singer across the many series of the programme.

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Dotaman (Scottish Gaelic for "spinning top") was the first Scottish Gaelic children's TV programme for pre-schoolers. It began 17 October 1985 and was written by and starred Donnie Macleod, formerly of Na h-Oganaich. Scottish Gaelic kid's programme, replete with sing-a-longs, educational segments and looks into everyday Gaelic life in Scotland. Donnie Macleod, Anna Murray.

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This is a collection of 16 songs from the BBC series for children. The book contains words, music and colour images.

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For more information on Scottish Gaelic dialectology, see Ó Dochartaigh (e. Some Gaels respond to this by saying that they have had it instilled in them to always be courteous, with this kind of exclusion considered rude

For more information on Scottish Gaelic dialectology, see Ó Dochartaigh (ed. 1994-97, vol. I) and the references therein. Some Gaels respond to this by saying that they have had it instilled in them to always be courteous, with this kind of exclusion considered rude. 1 Age, Occupation, and Gender Today, the only Gaelic monoglots are very young children whose parents have made an active policy of banning English in the house.