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  • Dusty Strings Ravenna, 34 Strings

    Dusty Strings Ravenna, 34 strings, in good condition.

    • Nylon strings, loveland levers
    • Weight: 8.6kg
    • Height (with stand): 124cm
    • Some scratches (see images) but altogether in good condition
    • Bought second hand in 2013.

    Comes with:

    • Tuning key and a soft case.

    Price: £1400.00

    Location: Glasgow area – COLLECTION only

    Contact: Sophie at sophiemacdonald8@gmail.com

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    Dusty Strings Crescendo, 34 Strings

    Dusty Strings Crescendo 34-string lever harp, in good condition.

    • Bought new 2017
    • Nylon strings, loveland levers
    • Sapele finish on neck, pillar and sides; Finland birch plywood soundboard
    • Notable scratch on foot of stool (see images)
    • Weight: 9.5kg, Height 123cm (with stand).

    Comes with:

    • Full set of spare nylon strings
    • Fitted internal pick-up (worth £340)
    • Tuning key and a soft case

    Price: £3100.00

    Location: Glasgow area – COLLECTION only

    Contact: Sophie at sophiemacdonald8@gmail.com

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    Stoney End American Folk Harp

    Stoney End American Folk Harp.  Lorraine 29 string in walnut with an amazing big, warm sound.

    • Low tension nylon strung ideal for learners
    • Fantastic for playing fast traditional reels and jigs.  
    • Comes with padded travel case, tuning wrench, music bag and almost a full set of spare strings.
    • Excellent overall condition.  
    • Purchased from Hobgoblin Music in London.

    Price: £2000 ono

    Location: Barrhead, East Renfrewshire

    Contact: Yvonne McNiven @ Yvonne.mcniven@icloud.com

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    A’ Chlàrsach aig a’ Mhòd / The Clàrsach at the Mòd

    If you didn’t catch the première of our special online performance, celebrating 90 years of friendship and collaboration between The Clarsach Society and the Royal National Mòd, it’s still available to view via the Mòd’s online player:

    Enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime collection of top-class musicians performing and reminiscing, united in their affection for the Mòd and The Clarsach Society.

    The Clarsach Society AGM 2021

    All members of The Clarsach Society are warmly invited to our 2021 Annual General Meeting, which will take place on Saturday 13th November, 11:00-12:00, online via Zoom. 

    Full details – including how to register and how to nominate office bearers – will be issued shortly.

    It’s been a momentous 90th anniversary year, and we hope as many members will be able to join us as possible, as we look forward to the next 10 years!

    Clàrsach at the 2021 Mòd: final call!

    There’s still time to get your applications in for this year’s Mòd, taking place online and in Inverness, 8th-16th October 2021.

    All clarsàch classes will be online this year, and there’s a whole host of events, both competitive and non-competitive, to get involved in – something for every age and level.

    Check out the clarsàch syllabus extract below, or view the full syllabus online.

    If competitions aren’t for you, but you’d still like to take part in the world’s greatest celebration of Gaelic culture, have a look at our two open performance classes: C6 Introductory (for less experienced junior players) and IC2 (open to all adult players).

    The deadline for applications via An Comunn Gàidhealach’s online portal is Friday 30th July 2021.

    For further details on the eligibility and the application process, see the competition rules.

    FAQs

    How do I enter the Mòd?

    Register online at An Comunn Gàidhealach’s online portal.

    Is there an entry fee?

    There is a modest entry fee payable, which goes directly towards funding the Mòd. The entry fees are added automatically during the entry process.

    Is there a time limit for pieces?

    The time limit for each piece is 4 minutes.

    Where can I find more information?

    You can find everything you need to know on An Commun Gàidhealach’s website