bączek (zabawka) (w szkockiej odmianie języka angielskiego)
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The Mousa Lighthouse is located on the Peerie Bard.
His talent was noted and encouraged by the Shetland musician, Peerie Willie Johnson.
The group was originally called Tammy's Peerie Angels, then Shetland's Young Heritage.
For example, "Muckla Billan" is listed on the latter, but is known locally as "Peerie Fladdacap".
This season also saw the group visit an alien world for the first time when the Galactic Trig dispatches them to help the telepathic population of the planet Peerie.
Although named 'Perie Bard' on OS Maps, the name used in Shetland is "Peerie Bard".
He was respected as an influential and innovative musician in the Shetland folk - Since 2005 there has been a "Peerie" Willie Guitar Festival" on the islands.
Notable exponents of Shetland folk music include Aly Bain and the late Tom Anderson and Peerie Willie Johnson.
On the western side of the loch is Peerie Roonie House, a ruined stone house, which still has traces of the inner face of a drystone wall and drain.
In September 2007 Marra released the CD Quintet, featuring five songs about five musicians - Peerie Willie Johnson, Peter McGlone, Thomas Fraser, Martin Carthy and Dr. John.
Shetland Arts' annual programme of events also includes the Peerie Willie Guitar Festival, the ScreenPlay Film Festival (curated by Mark Kermode and Linda Ruth Williams) and the WordPlay Literature Festival.
During the time of high school at Bergen Katedralskole, he and three fellow students established the band Rimfakse (1975), later he joined "Fri Flyt", and collaborated with Shetland musicians like Willie Hunter and Peerie Willie Johnson.
Debbie Scott, a fiddle player from Papa Stour recorded the song "Da Hill o' Finnigirt - Da Burn o' Finnigirt" on her 1985 album The Selkie's Song which features guitarist Peerie Willie Johnson.