Broin releases song to raise funds for Yes campaign OUTLANDER'S Gaelic language coach Broin has released a coach factory outlet locations song to raise funds and support for the Yes campaign. A vocal clearance coach handbags manufacturers supporter for the promotion of Gaelic, now joins several cast members who star in the million epic who have already come out in support of the Yes camp including rising star Sam and Graham McTavish. The song, a duet recorded with multi award winning singer Eilidh Grant, is called This Precious Land. Adhamh debuted his song last night at a dinner for Diana Gabaldon in the Surgeons Hall in Edinburgh organised by fan group Outlandish UK. This Precious Land by dhamh Broin Eilidh Ghrannd The verses are in lowland Scots language as used by Robert Burns the chorus is in standard Scottish English and the refrain at end is in Scottish Gaelic, so Scotland's three indigenous languages are all represented. "The idea is that while a lot of people appreciate the Scots and Gaelic the main thing is that everyone in Scotland coach outlet usa online speaks English and everyone can sing along to the chorus," says Adhamh. "I feel that the hope and progressive attitude of the Yes campaign is starting to swing people and I feel that a song that matches your aspirations is very important at this time. "Songs like Flower of Scotland are mournful and we need something upbeat and catchy that everyone can sign along to so the final line of my song says 'For the truth it is that we sing won't you sing along with us'." He added: "Outlander has given me a fantastic platform to propel the culture into the position I feel it should be in and that's what its all about for me, doing right by a culture that has been so maligned in recent years." The musician and Gaelic coach is from Cowal in Argyll but is now based in Glasgow with his wife and four children, who all speak Gaelic as a first language. "I think that independence for Scotland will see many people who live here more interested in our native culture because you can only go so far back in any direction you care to mention before you come into contact with the Gaelic," adds Adhamh.
"The culture from which the language sprang provided us with many things which today the world over are instantly connected with "Scottishness", from kilts to pipes to whisky and it would be fantastic to see the language itself receive the recognition it deserves as the conduit of our oldest continuously flowing vein of native culture" A Yes Scotland spokesman said: "The song's release is further proof of the creativity, enthusiasm and ingenuity of the Yes campaign's supporters. "With less than a month to go, we're confident that these passionate supporters are what will make the difference.' The song is available now to download for where there is also an option to coach outlet coupons 94513 donate as much as you like to the Yes campaign.
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