The North Carolina Gaelic Mòd will be held on
Saturday of the Games in Linville, North Carolina
in association with the Grandfather Mountain Highland
Games. The Mòd will start at 3:00 pm on Stage
Number Three behind Donald's Gaelic Ceilidh Tent.
Registration forms may be picked up at Donald's
Gaelic Cèilidh Tent at any time during the Games
until 1:00 pm on Saturday.
is a Mòd? A Mòd is a Gaelic song competition for
anyone who feels like they want to try their hand
(or voice!) at singing a Scottish Gaelic song.
We try to keep the competition low key and make
it fun for everyone - competitors as well as spectators.
rules are simple:
Sing one Scottish Gaelic song, preferably a slow
one like a waulking song, rowing song, lullaby,
òran mòr, or lament.
The competitors must supply the judge with two
copies of the Gaelic words to their songs. They
should also supply an English translation.
3. It is preferred that songs be learned by heart
prior to the competition without the need to resort
to written text.
Please keep the songs to a reasonable length.
year's judge is Margaret MacLeod. Click
for Picture and Bio.
more information, you can call Libit Woodington
at 803-695-0307 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
may also contact Dr. Jamie MacDonald at (902)-386-2505
(Canada) or e-mail at email@example.com.