/ New Sound file: Stac na h-Iolaire

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Cuthbert on 13 Nov 2012
http://www.cnag.org/en/mountain-names

As requested by a UKC poster.
CurlyStevo - on 13 Nov 2012
In reply to Saor Alba:
Is it you doing the talking Donald?
nw - on 13 Nov 2012
In reply to Saor Alba:
Nice one.
In reply to Saor Alba: Be great to have these sound files linked from our hill pages:
- http://www.ukhillwalking.com/logbook/hill.php?id=14628

Do you think that is something CnaG would be interested in? Only really worth doing if there are lots of hills covered.
Cuthbert on 13 Nov 2012


Steve - yes on the Stac and Coire ones. Someone else on the others.

Nick, I can make the soundfiles available as a download if that helps.
CurlyStevo - on 13 Nov 2012
In reply to Saor Alba:
Cool thought I recognised your voice..... Personaly I'd never have guessed the correct pronunciations of half of those. Thanks :)
george mc - on 13 Nov 2012
In reply to Saor Alba:

Just wanted to add fully support your point of view mate :)
Gael Force - on 14 Nov 2012
In reply to Saor Alba: Could you put some up for Buachaille Etive Mor and the Aonach Eagach to stop some of the dreadful spelling and pronunciations we are subjected to!
Thanks.
Toby S - on 14 Nov 2012
In reply to Saor Alba:

Moran Taing Domhnall!
Slugain Howff - on 14 Nov 2012
In reply to Saor Alba:

Fantastic - long overdue


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Cuthbert on 14 Nov 2012
In reply to Gael Force:

Send a request via the form on that page please.
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Michael Gordon - on 14 Nov 2012
In reply to Gael Force:
> (In reply to Saor Alba) Could you put some up for Buachaille Etive Mor and the Aonach Eagach to stop some of the dreadful spelling and pronunciations we are subjected to!
>

I don't think the bad spelling will stop but I would say most get the pronounciations right (or thereabouts!) for these two.

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