C2 Dungalan’s Lament C2.52: 117
C2 Dun Gallans Lament C2.86: 186
A Dungallon’s Salute A.26: 85
G Mac, Vic Horomoid / McLeod Gesto’s Lamentation G.5: 10
KB Failte Thighearna òig Dhungallain / The Young Laird of Dungallon’s Salute KB.45: 113
Notes on Gaelic Titles
Cumha Mhic ’ic Thormoid Mac, Vic Horomoid / McLeod Gesto’s Lamentation G; Mac Vic Tormode’s Lamentation… Gesto Notes. Lament for MacLeod of Gesto. See also Cruinneachadh Mhic ’ic Thormoid (PS 16).
Fàilte Thighearna Òig Dhùn Gallain Dungalan’s Lament C2; Dun Gallans Lament C2; Failte Thighearna òig Dhungallain / The Young Laird of Dungallon’s Salute KB. A welcome to the Young Laird of Dungallon. A four-line verse begins Tha oighre òg aig fear Dhungallain (MacKay Notes, p. 11). It is possible that this was used by Angus MacKay in order to concoct a formal title for the pibroch. A version of the tune with essentially this same Gaelic title is in a manuscript of Angus Fraser (d. 1874), probably derived in turn from KB (C. and A. Martin, Angus Fraser Collection of Scottish Gaelic Airs, Taigh nan Teud, Upper Breakish, Isle of Skye , p. 7). For more on the lairds of Dungallon, see PS Book 10, p. 291 and R. Black, The Gaelic Otherworld, Birlinn, Edinburgh (2008), p. 344 note 241.