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A visit to the School of Scottish Studies Archives at the University of Edinburgh to listen to field recordings of traditional Gaelic song inspired Return to the Voice, a new production by internationally acclaimed, multi award-winning Song of the Goat Theatre, based in Poland.
Laments for death and love, working songs, story-telling songs, psalms, wedding songs, and songs of exile are interwoven in a passionate exploration of the spiritual and human importance of music and memory.
After sell-out performances at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe, Return to the Voice is now back in Scotland for one performance only at Tramway, Glasgow, tonight, Monday 15 December, at 7.30pm.
Find out more about Return to the Voice:http://returntothevoice.com/
Listen to original field recordings from the School of Scottish Studies Archives: http://www.tobarandualchais.co.uk