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GUEST,Bradfordian Origins: Bheir Me O / Eriskay Love Lilt - meaning (44) RE: Help: bheir me o - meaning 22 May 03

Thank you Sheila.
So whereas we sing the "Gaelic" chorus part, we anglophiles should be singing "vaire" and NOT with a hard "B". The so called "folk process" should not be an excuse for laziness and slovenliness. I think "vaire" sounds better, besides Bheir me o(in english)seems to me to imply some sort of undressing!
Hmmm, now that could be interesting!


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