Tha sinn air ais! ‘S i seo an tidsear mu dheireadh a bhios againn airson ‘Ceilidh is Craic’. Seo agad a’ Bh-uas Griogair – aon de na tidsearan as laghaiche a th’againn. An robh fios agaibh gum bi i a’ cruthachadh goireasan airson Stòrlann? Cuideachd tha i air leabhar a’ sgrìobhadh mu dheidhinn crodh.
Seo i an-dràsta le seata de phuirt air a’ ghiotàr. Tha sinn an dòchas gun còrd iad ribh!
Last but not least we have Mrs Grigor – one of the nicest teachers you will ever meet. Did you know that she creates Gaelic resources for Stòrlann and that she is an author?
Here she is playing a few tunes on the guitar. We hope you enjoy.
Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 – Na Toraidhean
1mh àite – Fred Nutley Iwashita
2mh àite – Keirah Layden
3mh àite – Annika McCabe
1mh àite – Seren Maramba
2mh àite – Nilidh Mackintosh
3mh àite – Mary-Ellen MacDonald is Sayen Ferre-Canales
‘S math a rinn a h-uile duine! Tha sibh uile araidh air duais.
Well done to everyone who took part – you all deserve an award.
Tha sinn air ais. A bheil sibh deiseil? Saoil cò tha air buannachadh Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 (C4-7)? Gheibh sibh a-mach gu h-ìosail.
We are back. Are you ready to find out who has won Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 (C4-7)? You will find out below.
Feasgar mhath dhuibh! Tha sinn an dòchas gu bheil sibh uile gu math is gun do chòrd co-fharpais C1-3 ribh. Tha sinn a’ tòiseachadh am feasgair seo leis a’ cho-fharpais C4-7 agus an uairsin aig 2f gheibh sibh a-mach cò bhuannaich Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 (C4-7) Tha sinn an dòchas gun còrd seo ribh!
Good afternoon everyone. We hope you are all well and that you enjoyed the C1-3 competition this morning. We will begin by watching the C4-7 auditions and then come back at 2pm when we will find out who won Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 (C4-7). We hope you enjoy the acts!
Tha sinn air ais. A bheil sibh deiseil? Saoil cò tha air buannachadh Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 (C1-3)? Gheibh sibh a-mach gu h-ìosail.
We are back. Are you ready to find out who has won Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 (C1-3)? You will find out below.
Madainn mhath dhuibh! Tha sinn an dòchas gu bheil sibh uile gu math. Tha sinn a’ tòiseachadh leis a’ cho-fharpais C1-3 agus an uairsin aig 11m gheibh sibh a-mach cò bhuannaich Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 (C1-3). Tha sinn an dòchas gun còrd seo ribh!
Good morning everyone. We hope you are all well. We will begin with watching the C1-3 auditions and then come back at 11am when we will find out who has won Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent 2020 (C1-3). We hope you enjoy the acts!
Just a reminder for those who are entering Taobh na Pàirce’s Got Talent that the closing date is THIS FRIDAY.
We are excited to announce that Gaelic singer Kathleen MacInnes will be adjudicating the entries.
Kathleen MacInnes is a Scottish singer, television presenter and actress, who performs primarily in Scottish Gaelic. She is a native of South Uist, Outer Hebrides. In 2010, she appeared on the soundtrack to the Ridley Scott film Robin Hood.
Kathleen has been a regular guest on music programmes such as MacTV’s Bard Nan Orain, the award-winning BBC series Aig Cridhe Ar Ciuil, and Mike Alexander’s Columba Sessions, where she sang alongside leading Scottish and Irish singers and musicians.
Kathleen also took part in the concert Flower Of The West, a tribute to Runrig brothers Calum and Ruaraidh MacDonald, and with Blas, as a support act to Van Morrison.
Kathleen’s various projects on television have included being presenter of Tacsi, a Scottish BAFTA award-winning television show of Gaelic and Celtic arts and culture, a part in the Gaelic soap Machair, parts on BBC comedy shows such as Ran Dan and PC Alasdair Stewart, the film Interrogation Of A Highland Lass, children’s TV programmes, and regular voice-overs for BBC animations.
A reminder of the rules are below:
If your child would like to participate, please send in your performance piece along with the attached entry form to the school admin email account by no later than Friday 12th June. Please make sure of the following:
- Complete the entry form attached.
- Performances should be no more than 1 min 30 seconds (ideally shorter!)
- Please film in landscape format.
- By sending a submission you are agreeing to it being included in a recording that will be shown on our school blog and social media (school twitter account)
- Email your entry to email@example.com or share with us via dropbox, wetransfer, google drive etc if the file is too large (longer videos will have bigger files)
Le gach deagh dhùrachd,
An t-seachdain seo tha a’ Bh-uas Nic an Tòisich againn mar aoigh na seachdaine. Tha i na ball den còisir Ceòlraidh Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu is cuideachd Prasgan. Tha guth dìreach àlainn aice. Seo i a’ seinn an t-òran ainmeil ‘Òran Chaluim Sgàire’ le taic bho Ròsaidh air na clàrsaich.
This week we have Mrs. Mackintosh as our guest of the week. She is a choir member of the Glasgow Gaelic Musical Association and also Edinburgh based choir- Prasgan. we all agree that she has a beautiful voice. Here she is singing the famous Lewis song ‘Òran Chaluim Sgàire’ with help from Rosaidh on the harp.
A bheil sibh ag aithneachadh am boireannach os cionn an còisir seo? ‘S i Ms Cotter a b ’àbhaist a bhith na tidsear ciùil againn agus bidh i fhathast a’ tighinn a-steach gus NYCOS a theagasg dhuinn.
Chaidh Còisir Gàidhlig Lodainn a stèidheachadh anns a’ Ghearasdan ann an 1985 agus mar sin bha e iomchaidh gun robh am Mòd air ais anns an aon bhaile sin nuair a bhuannaich iad Sgiath cliùiteach Lovat & Tullibardine, prìomh chupa na còisir, ann an 1999.
Bhuannaich iad an co-fharpais Puirt-a-beul san Òban ann an 2015 agus a’ gabhail an treas agus an ceathramh àite ann am farpaisean Puirt agus L&T sa Ghearasdan ann ann2017.
Tha am pìos seo bhon choileanadh soirbheachail aca san Òban ann an 2015 .
Brùth air an ceangal gus an cluinntinn:
Do you recognise the lady conducting this choir? It is of course our former Music teacher Ms Cotter.
Lothian Gaelic Choir was formed in Fort William in 1985 so it was fitting that the Mòd was back in that same town when they first won the coveted Lovat & Tullibardine Shield, the premier choir trophy, in 1999.
The choir has enjoyed significant success in recent years, winning the Puirt-a-beul in Oban in 2015 and taking third and fourth places in the Puirt and L&T competitions in Fort William in 2017. This piece is from their winning performance in Oban in 2015.
The choir is conducted by Jackie Cotter and Angus Tully.