John Lorne Campbell

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John Lorne Campbell (1906 – 1996) was one of the foremost scholars of Scottish Gaelic in the twentieth century. He married the American musician and folklorist, Margaret Fay Shaw, and they settled in Canna in 1938. He gifted the island together with his library, research papers and sound archive to the National Trust for Scotland in 1981.

John Lorne Campbell (1906 – 1996) was one of the foremost scholars of Scottish Gaelic in the twentieth century. He married the American musician and folklorist, Margaret Fay Shaw, and they settled in Canna in 1938. He gifted the island together with his library, research papers and sound archive to the National Trust for Scotland in 1981.

Books

  • £25.00

    The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (1969, 1977, 1981), contain 135 songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles. Volume 1...

  • £25.00

    The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (1969, 1977, 1981), contain 135 songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles. Volume 1...

  • £25.00

    The classic three volumes of Hebridean Folksongs, reissued simultaneously for the first time since their original publication (1969, 1977, 1981), contain 135 songs connected with the waulking of homespun tweed cloth in the Hebridean isles. Volume 1...

  • £14.99

    An account of Canna, a beautiful Hebridean island. Small though it is, many of the major historical trends of the Hebrides have touched it, from St Columba through the Benedictine monasticism of Iona to the Lordship of the Isles. Following the...

  • £10.99

    In his long scholarly career, the late John Lorne Campbell published sixteen books and a large number of research articles in the field of Celtic studies. Taking as its title the words of Edward Lhuyd (1660 – 1709), whose original work on the...