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This is a Real Audio Production for Tartan Day 2005
(Click the links below to listen to our tribute)

Introduction by Peter D Wright

Peter D Wright
 

Once again we celebrate Tartan Day in Canada, France and the United States of America.  From a one day event seven years ago, it has expanded to a week, indeed as you can see from the programme for New York, events go on until 24 April.

But the main celebration is still centred on 6 April, the date in 1320, on which the Scottish nobility attached their seals to a letter to Pope John XXII, popularly known as The Declaration of Arbroath, which asked the Pontiff to recognize Scottish Independence.  The historical letter marked the emergence of Scotland as the  first nation state in Europe in the modern sense and provided the inspiration for the American Declaration of Independence in the 18th century.

The Scottish Declaration was written by Bernard de Linton, Chancellor of Scotland, and the "signing" was held at Arbroath Abbey.  In many ways, Tartan Day has come home and the SNP-controlled Arbroath Council is leading the way in celebrating the 6th April in Scotland.

 
Hae a braw Tartan Day.
                                                                                                                                 Peter D Wright

FREDOME
Read by Marilyn P Wright

Marilyn P Wright
 

                                                    A! Fredome is ane nobil thing!
                                                    Fredome makis man to have liking,
                                                    Fredome all solace to man givis:
                                                    He lives at ease that frely livis!
                                                    A nobil hart may have nane ease,
                                                    Na ellis nocht that may him please,
                                                    Gif fredome failye; for fre liking
                                                    Is yarnit owre all other thing.

frae 'The Brus' - John Barbour, Archdeacon of Aberdeen (c1320-1395)


Celebrating the Pipes

Gordon Duncan
Duchess of Edinburgh, Lonach Gathering

(by Gordon Duncan)


The Blood is Strong

 
One of the best modern songs written about the Scottish dispora is 'Born Beyond The Border'. The song expresses the feelings of many of those of Scottish descent spread across the globe. We are grateful to both the composer of the song, Maggie Innes , and the tune, Gordon Menzies, to publish the words as part of the SI 2003 Tartan Day Tribute - you can also hear the song sung by top Scottish folk duo Gaberlunzie which features Gordon Menzies and Robin Watson. The song is available on the Gaberlunzie CD 'Twa Corbies'. For over 30 years Gaberlunzie have been regular visitors over the pond.

Born Beyond The Border
Maggie Innes/Gordon Menzies
Sang by Gaberlunzie

Gaberlunzie

                                Some set sail for Africa with bibles in their hands 
                                Some were forced to the colonies to build a new Heartland
                                Even those on the work of the Lord could scarce forbear to weep
                                But the bitterest tears were shed by those who made way for the sheep.
 
                                Chorus :
                                Though we're born beyond the border don't say we don't belong
                                We've a legacy of Bruce and Wallace too
                                We're the children of the Clearances the wanderers old and young
                                And the heart and soul are Scotland just like you.
 
                                The names, the songs, the stories and the measure of their loss
                                Formed lullabies for children born beneath the Southern Cross
                                All across the mighty Rockies to the wide Pacific shore
                                The names of home, old towns reborn, spring into life once more.
 
                                 So when you sing of the Great White Sheep this you must also know
                                 While Scotland mourns her tragedy it was us had to go
                                 In exile now far away from the land of our Race's birth
                                 We're the living flag of Andrew scattered all across the Earth.   

Arbroath Abbey and Arbroath Pageant

 

 


Fair these broad meads - these hoary woods are grand;
But we are exiles from our fathers' land.
 

Listen to me, as when ye heard our father
Sing long ago the song of other shores -
Listen to me, and then in chorus gather
All your deep voices, as ye pull your oars.
 

From the lone shieling of the misty island
Mountains divide us, and the waste of seas -
Yet still the blood is strong, the heart is Highland,
And we in dreams behold the Hebrides.

We ne'er shall tread the fancy-haunted valley,
Where 'tween the dark hills creeps the small clear stream,
In arms around the patriarch banner rally,
Nor see the moon on royal tombstones gleam.

When the bold kindred, in the time long vanish'd
Conquer'd the soil and fortified the keep -
No seer foretold the children would be banish'd,
That a degenerate lord might boast his sheep.
 

Come foreign rage - let Discord burst in slaughter!
O then for clansmen true, and stern claymore -
The hearts that would have given their blood like water,
Beat heavily beyond the Atlantic roar.
 


We are delighted to extend to all Flag visitors the National Tartan Day Greetings we have received from Dr Christopher Pratt of New York.

Greetings for National Tartan Day – April 6, 2005!

For many people, National Tartan Day is a day of remembrance as much as celebration.  It is a day when we remember that one way or another, one day our families left their homes in Scotland and travelled across the sea to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US and so many other places.  With them they brought bits of their homes, their cherished tartan and bagpipes, and their skill and industry.  They built new lives and helped build nations.  Today, we celebrate their achievement which led to our own.  We seek to educate so that the memory and achievement of our families and Scots everywhere will not be forgotten.  Thus remembering, informed by our past we seek to understand the present as we step into the future together in the hope of building a better life for us all.

There are nearly as many descendants of Scots living in Canada as there are people living in Scotland; almost 5 million.  In the US there are more than 12 million people of Scottish descent.  National Tartan Day became a holiday when first enacted by the Canadian government in 1993, and then by the US 1997.  Today, it is also a holiday in Scottish communities from Australia to Iceland, and around the world.  Last year, it also became a holiday in Angus, Scotland – see “Scotland’s Tartan Day is returning to Arbroath in Scotland for the second year running.  This now international event highlights an annual celebration of all things Scottish.” - http://www.scotlandstartanday.com/ .

What does Scotland mean on National Tartan Day 2005?

Is it about tartan and bagpipes, or is it about families and health care, education and self-reliance, entrepreneurship and the environment, culture and innovation, the history of Scots around the globe or the future of contemporary Scots as global players, or is it about all of these?

Is it a day to celebrate the best of our heritage and the land where our families began, a day to learn about the rich culture and enjoy the deep passion we feel toward this rarest of gifts, Scotland and its people?

Why is National Tartan Day a holiday?

Is it because the Declaration of Arbroath on April 6, 1320 is household knowledge, or because Braveheart William Wallace was executed for leading his belief in freedom 750 years ago (his true sword will be on display in NYC in its first trip outside of Scotland), is it because Scotland in 2005 is as it was then, or is it because each of us relishes the spirit of independence and cherishes the freedom that date represents?

Is it because the 1747 Act of Proscription (repealed in 1782), and in 2005 Cambridge University prohibit wearing the kilt, or is it that our beloved tartan is a reflection of the hues and tones of human experience that bind us together from every corner of the world where Scots helped build a better life for themselves and those around them?

Is it because Voltaire said “We look to Scotland for all our ideas of civilisation.”, because the great French philosopher saw the ideas that shaped modern western society and philosophical inquiry in the 18th century “Scottish Enlightenment”, or is it because those same ideas thrive in contemporary Scotland today?

Is it because Scots everywhere, past and present, contribute to the world in every walk of life from science to the arts, because they are famous, or is it because they are like us, our families, friends and neighbours, you and I?

Is it because Scots alone built so many great nations, because Scots have a corner on self-reliance and courage of conviction, or is it because the ideals and values of a people provided a vision and voice carrying inventiveness, art and healing round the world?

How can we make this celebration meaningful to them?

There are so many ways to add meaning to this celebration.  Honour your family, your heritage by learning more about contemporary Scotland and its people today.  On National Tartan Day, 2005, wherever you are, share the celebration of contemporary and historic Scotland. 
 


Celebrating the Pipes

bagpipes
Loch Broom Bay

(by Gordon Duncan)


CELEBRATE NATIONAL TARTAN DAY IN NEW YORK 2005
 Almost a month of events

APRIL 1 - 24

 GREAT PARADE
Saturday, April 2nd at 2:00pm

6th Avenue, from 44th Street to 58th Street, great music, costumes and photo opportunities, COME MARCH WITH US!

LIVE SCOTTISH VILLAGE by VisitScotland at New York’s Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Terminal during Tartan Week, April 2-10

Calendars of events below and also available online at:

www.TartanWeekNY.com , http://www.tartanweek.com/ , http://www.standrewsny.org/ , http://nycaledonian.org/events.php , http://www.clancurrie.com/

 

Friday, April 1

 National Tartan Day Observance on Ellis Island, Opening of "The Life and Legacy of John Muir", Statue of Liberty/Ellis Island, National Monument, http://www.clancurrie.com/

 Pre-Parade Ceilidh & Concert – Join the New York Caledonian Club for a performance of “Scotland’s Heroes” followed by piping and dancing. Held at the 7th Regimental Armory, 643 Park Ave, 7pm, $15 for members, $20 for others,  www.nycaledonian.org, 212-662-1083

 Saturday, April 2

 Kirkin of the Tartan -- Free non-denominational church service held at 10 am, Central Presbyterian Church, 593 Park Avenue,

followed by brunch ($20 tickets, reservations required), http://www.standrewsny.org/ , 212-223-4248

LIVE SCOTTISH VILLAGE - a modern, modular exhibition space created by VisitScotland to travel around the world, making visitors aware of the many attractions Scotland offers will be making its international debut at New York’s Vanderbilt Hall in Grand Central Terminal during Tartan Week, April 2-10.  Exhibitors in the Scottish Village for Tartan Week include VisitScotland, the Scottish Executive, Glenfiddich, Scottish Development International, Taste of Scotland, Historic Scotland, Ancestral Scotland, Golf in Scotland, Local Authorities and Continental Airlines.  The Scottish Village is open to the public 11:00 am to 7:00 pm, April 2 through April 9, and 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, April 10. Admission is free.

Live Music – Check out two of Scotland’s hottest Celtic-inspired bands, Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries, performing live at Vanderbilt Hall. Free and open to the public. Noon

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations – Join Scottish chefs Kevin MacGillivray of the Ballathie House Hotel and Joe Queen, a former member of the Scottish Culinary Olympic team, as they prepare Scottish delicacies at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  1 and 5 pm

 NATIONAL TARTAN DAY NEW YORK PARADE -- Scottish groups, pipe bands, individual pipers and drummers join in the celebration of Scottish heritage and culture.  Parade starts at 2 pm on 6th Avenue and runs from 44th Street to 58th Street, great music, costumes and photo opportunities, come march with us!

 Post-Parade Party – Live Scottish music at Maggie’s Place performed by Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries, sponsored by Glenfiddich Whisky. 21 East 47th Street, 3-7 pm

 Live Dance – “Off-Kilter” is a sexy, funny and uplifting production that combines dance, live music and film in celebration of Scotland’s unique culture. Performed at Vanderbilt Hall, free and open to the public, 4 pm

 ENTER THE HAGGIS New York Caledonian Club Post-Parade Party  - Enter the Haggis's explosive Celtic rock combines the traditional sounds of the highland bagpipe and fiddle with a powerhouse rhythm section and strong vocals to create an infectious, danceable hybrid of old and new. The five members bring the same high energy to their renditions of Scottish and Irish folk tunes as they do to their original compositions, which also draw on bluegrass, Latin, and jazz influences. Their boisterous live show has made them a favorite at festivals and clubs across North America since they formed in 1996 in Toronto, Canada. $15 Advance, $20 at the door, 6 PM at Knitting Factory, Main Performance Space, 74 Leonard Street, www.nycaledonian.org

Tartan Army NYC Tartan Day Party – Scottish music, cuisine and drinks beginning at 8 pm. Free admission. Mundial, 505 East 12th Street, www.tartanarmynyc.com

 Sunday, April 3

 Live Music – Free live performances by Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries at Vanderbilt Hall. 11 am and 6:30 pm

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  Noon and 3 pm 

Live Dance – “Off-Kilter” performs live daily at Vanderbilt Hall is a sexy, funny and uplifting production that combines dance, live music and film in celebration of Scotland’s unique culture. Performed at Vanderbilt Hall, free and open to the public, 1 and 5 pm

 Scottish Fashion Show – See the latest fashions from Scottish designers Howie Nicholsby and Jilli Blackwood at Vanderbilt Hall.  Free and open to the public. 2 and 5:45 pm

 Scottish Run – Led by an authentic British “tartan taxi,” hundreds of kilt-wearing runners compete in this 10K run – the last qualifying run for the New York Marathon – which begins at 9:30 am Central Park West near 62nd and finishes at 67th. 212-860-4455

 Monday, April 4

 Live Dance – “Off-Kilter” performs live daily at Vanderbilt Hall. 11am and 3 pm

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  Noon and 5 pm

 Live Music – Free live performances by Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries at Vanderbilt Hall. 1 and 6:30 pm

 Scottish Fashion Show at Vanderbilt Hall.  Free and open to the public. 2pm and 6 pm

 Journey Through Scotland – Exhibition of finest watercolors, prints and drawings from Scottish artists. Free event, open through June 12 at 34 East 69th Street.

 

Tuesday, April 5

 Live Dance – “Off-Kilter” performs live daily at Vanderbilt Hall. 11 am and 3 pm

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  Noon and 5 pm

 Shooglenifty, Live at Vanderbilt Hall – Free live performance by Shooglenifty. 1 pm

 Scottish Fashion Show at Vanderbilt Hall.  Free and open to the public. 2 and 5:30 pm

 Peatbog Faeries, Live at Vanderbilt Hall – Free live performance by Shooglenifty. 6:30 pm 

Icons of Scotland -- Winners of the annual Icons of Scotland awards will be honored at the Waldorf Astoria, featuring actor Alan Cumming. Cocktails begin at 6:30 pm, dinner at 7:30 p.m.  Invitation only.  www.scotlandmag.com/icons2005 

Wednesday, April 6 – NATIONAL TARTAN DAY

 Ancestral Scotland -- Scotland’s leading genealogist, Cameron Taylor will help Scottish-Americans trace their roots during live demonstrations and free one-on-one sessions at Vanderbilt Hall. 11 am

 Scottish Fashion Show at Vanderbilt Hall.  Free and open to the public. Noon

 Shooglenifty, Live at Vanderbilt Hall – Free live performance by Shooglenifty. 1 pm

 Live Dance – “Off-Kilter” performs live daily at Vanderbilt Hall. 3 pm

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  5 pm

 Peatbog Faeries, Live at Vanderbilt Hall – Free live performance by Shooglenifty. 6:30 pm

 Live Music at St. Andrews – Join Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries as they perform at New York City’s only Scottish pub, St. Andrews. 120 West 44th Street, 8:30-11 pm

 British Memorial Garden – Scotland's Three Tenors will perform at the future home of the British Memorial Garden, honoring the 67 British victims of the 9/11 attacks.  Scottish Minister for Tourism, Culture and Sport Patricia Ferguson will present a symbolic stone for the garden to Manhattan Borough Commissioner William Castro. www.britishmemorialgarden.org, Hanover Square, Pearl Street, 11:45 am

 Dressed to Kilt -- This celebrity fashion show is held annually during Tartan Week to celebrate Scotland’s greatest icon -- the kilt. This year’s celebrities include Sean Connery, Gerry Butler (Phantom of the Opera), Ted Allen and Thom Filicia (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy), Bill Hemmer (CNN) and many more. www.dressedtokilt.com

 

Thursday, April 7

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  Noon

 Live Music – Free live performances by Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries at Vanderbilt Hall. 1 and 6:30 pm

 Scottish Fashion Show at Vanderbilt Hall.  Free and open to the public. 2 and 5:45 pm

 Live Dance – “Off-Kilter” performs live daily at Vanderbilt Hall. 3 pm

 Ancestral Scotland genealogy one-on-one sessions at Vanderbilt Hall. 5 pm

 Whisky Live is making its New York debut this year during Tartan Week, where whisky lovers can gain incredible insight into the world of whisky as they taste Scotland’s best. Tickets begin at $80. The event begins at 6:30 (5:30 pm for Platinum ticket holders) at Tavern on the Green. www.whiskylive.com/usa/newyork-2005 or call 866-700-7320

Battlefield Band -featuring Paul Anderson - Inspired by their rich heritage of Celtic music and fired by the strength and vibrancy of today's Scottish cultural scene, which indeed they have done much to create and fuel, they have led, and been at the forefront, of a great revival in Scottish music. Refusing to be limited musically by suffocating antiquarianism, or the music business' fashions, they have mixed the old songs and music with a new self-penned repertoire, all played on a fusion of ancient and modern instruments - bagpipes, fiddle, synthesiser, guitar, flutes, bodhran and accordion, 7:30pm, SATALLA, 37 WEST 26TH ST, 212-576-1155, www.satalla.com

Friday, April 8

 Live Dance – “Off-Kilter” performs live daily at Vanderbilt Hall. Noon and 3 pm

 Live Music – Free live performances by Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries at Vanderbilt Hall. 1 and 6:30 pm

 Scottish Fashion Show at Vanderbilt Hall.  Free and open to the public. 2 pm

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  5 pm

 Ancestral Scotland genealogy one-on-one sessions at Vanderbilt Hall. 6 pm

 Saturday, April 9

 Ancestral Scotland -- Scotland’s leading genealogist, Cameron Taylor will help Scottish-Americans trace their roots during a live demonstration at Vanderbilt Hall. 11 am

 Live Music – Free live performances by Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries at Vanderbilt Hall. Noon and 5:45 pm

 Scottish Fashion Show at Vanderbilt Hall.  Free and open to the public. 1 and 5 pm

 Live Dance – “Off-Kilter” performs live daily at Vanderbilt Hall. 2 and 7 pm

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  4 pm

 Sunday, April 10

 Scottish Fashion Show at Vanderbilt Hall.  Free and open to the public. 11 am and 5 pm

 Live Scottish Cooking Demonstrations at Vanderbilt Hall. Free samples!  Noon and 4 pm

 Live Music – Free live performances by Shooglenifty and the Peatbog Faeries at Vanderbilt Hall. 1 and 5:45 pm

 Ancestral Scotland genealogy one-on-one sessions at Vanderbilt Hall. 2 pm

 Sunday, April 24

Phil Cunningham & Aly Bain - Widely regarded as one of the most exciting and innovative accordion players of the times, Phil Cunningham has taken this instrument from strength to strength, setting the standards by which many young players fix their sights today.  Aly Bain is Scotland's supreme traditional style fiddler. His playing is unique - driving, impassioned and pure - with vibrant, unmistakable tone that has earned him a following of ardent fans throughout the world. 7 pm, SATALLA, 37 WEST 26TH ST, 212-576-1155, www.satalla.com

Events subject to change, for updated information please visit the calendars online at:

www.TartanWeekNY.com

http://www.tartanweek.com/

http://www.standrewsny.org/

http://nycaledonian.org/events.php

http://www.clancurrie.com/

 

"Figh breacan an ama tha romhainn, Alba ar latha-ne, ionnsaich e, gabh ris, cuir ris."*

"Weave the tartan of tomorrow, contemporary Scotland, learn it, love it, invest in it."

 "Moran taing," Many thanks,

Chris

 Dr. Christopher Pratt

 globalscot - http://www.globalscot.com/public/index.aspx

74th Chief, New York Caledonian Club, 1856 - http://nycaledonian.org

Board Member At Large, Clan Grant Society USA - http://www.clangrant-us.org/  - "Tenons Ferme", Stand Fast!

Saint Andrew's Society of the State of New York, 1756 - http://www.standrewsny.org/

Founding Director, National Tartan Day - New York, 2003 - http://www.tartanweek.com/

Saint David's Society of the State of New York

Friends of Scotland UK - http://www.friendsofscotland.gov.uk/

National Trust for Scotland - http://www.nts.org.uk/web/site/home/home.asp?

Historic Scotland - http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/

Scottish Heritage USA, Inc - http://www.scottishheritageusa.org/

646-314-8464

 "Cuimhnich air na daoine on tàinig thu."* Remember those from whom you are descended.

 *Translation thanks to Scotland's only Gaelic College, Sabhal Mor Ostaig, Sleat, Isle of Skye, University of the Highlands and Islands by Iain MacDiarmaid and Susie Hardy - http://www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/


The Auld Alliance

The treaty became known as 'The Auld Alliance' and lasted for seven centuries.

Under John Balliol, Edward I's nominee, Scotland felt to the full its humiliating position as a vassal kingdom, and on 23 October 1295 made an alliance with France, another country which was actively hostile to the English.  The treaty was confirmed by Balliol on 23 February following when the 'communities' of the burghs of Aberdeen, Perth, Stirling, Edinburgh, Roxburgh and Berwick, as well as clerical and lay magnates, appended their seals in token of their approval.  The treaty provided for the marriage of Edward, son of John Balliol, to the niece of King Philip of France, but the more significant clauses related to promises of mutual assistance against England.


LA MARSEILLAISE
Rouget de Lisle ( 1792 )

Click hear to listen to the song


You can hear it sung by Mireille Mathieu as a 5Mb download in MP3 format

 
                                                  Allons enfants de la Patrie,
                                                  Le jour de gloire est arrive;
                                                  Contre nous, de la tyrannie
                                                  L'etendard sanglant est leve,
                                                  L'etendard sanglant est leve.
                                                  Entendez-vous dans les campagnes
                                                  Mugir ces feroces soldats?
                                                  Ils viennent jusque dans nos bras
                                                  Egorger nos fils, nos compagnes.
 
                                                                 Aux armes, Citoyens!
                                                                 Formez vos bataillons!
                                                                 Marchons!
                                                                 Marchons!
                                                                 Qu'un sang impur abreuve nos sillons.
 
                                                   Amour sacre de la Patrie
                                                   Conduis, soutiens nos bras vengeurs
                                                   Libertie, Libertie cherie,
                                                   Combats avec tes defenseurs;
                                                   Combats avec tes defenseurs;
                                                   Sous nos drapeaux, que la Victoire
                                                   Accoure a tes males accents,
                                                   Que tes ennemis expirants
                                                   Voient notre triomphe et votre gloire.
 
                                                                 Aux armes, Citoyens!
                                                                 Formez vos battaillons!
                                                                 Marchons!
                                                                 Marchons!
                                                                 Qu'un sang impur abreuve nos sillons.

Footnote - This marching song of the French Army of the Revolution became the National Anthem of France. We print it to celebrate both the French National Day, Bastille Day on 14th July, and to commemorate the Auld Alliance between Scotland and France.   


"Scots Wha Hae"
By Robert Burns
Sung by Gaberlunzie

Scots, wha hae wi' Wallace bled
Scots, wham Bruce has aften led
Welcome to your gory bed
Or to victory!
Now's the day an' now's the hour
See the front of battle lour
See approach proud Edward's pow'r
Chains and slavery!

Wha would be a traitor knave?
Wha would fill a coward's grave?
Wha sae base as be a slave?
Let him turn and flee!
Wha for Scotland's king an' law
Freedom's sword would strongly draw
Freeman stand and freeman fa'
Let him on wi' me!

By oppression's woes and pains
By your sons in servile chains
We will drain our dearest veins
But they shall be free.
Lay the proud userpers low!
Tyrants fall in ev'ry foe
Liberty's in every blow
Let us do or dee!


HAVE A BRAW TARTAN DAY

If you'd like to monitor Scotland's continued fight for Independence visit the
Flag in the Wind each Friday for up to date analysis and comment.

We'd like to take this opportunity to thank Greentrax and Gordon Duncan for the pipe music and Gaberlunzie and Gill Bowman for the songs. See Arbroath Abbey Pagent web site.

 

 


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