Episode 5: Givin’ It Laldie

Audio-only recording: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/scotlands-sfhn/episodes/Season-2–Episode-5-Givin-It-Laldie-e217bt1

Video with audio captions: https://youtu.be/nZ3XXoBj-Z0 

Show Notes

On Season 2, Episode 5, we welcome Clare McBrien, manager of Givin’ it Laldie. Givin’ it Laldie, a grassroots music charity based in the Gorbals in Glasgow. Clare is also herself a community musician, working across a range of music and wellbeing projects.

The show is presented by Brianna Robertson-Kirkland, who is Principal Investigator of the Network.

The show’s producer is Sophie Boyd.

This episode is edited by Brianna Robertson-Kirkland.

More details about the Network:

Website: https://portal.rcs.ac.uk/scotland-singing-for-health-network/

Get in touch: singing-for-health@rcs.ac.uk

Twitter: @ScotSingHealth

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Key links:

Givin it Laldie: https://givinitlaldie.org.uk/.

Music featured in the episode:

Intro music: Free Over the Fields (ID 1622) by Lobo Loco (licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License)

Outro music: Famba Naye sung by the Dennistoun Cheyne Gang, recorded by Sophie Boyd. Famba Naye is a folk song that comes from Zimbabwe and is sung in the Shona language.  “Famba Naye” means “Stay Well, Go Well” in Shona. As the song is about parting, it is a popular song to be sung at funerals, though it can also be sung in other contexts.