The roots of this recording go all the way back to the West Highland village of Arisaig where Anne spent her childhood. It was there that her love of music and her appreciation of the Gaelic language began and it was there that she first learned Moladh Arasaig.
She is proud to present the original version of the song here for the first time, and is especially pleased to perform the English version, written for her by the late Reverend Roderick MacDonald.
Singing has always played an important part in Anne's life. She was well known on the ceilidh scene on the West since a young age, but it is only now that her nursing career has concluded that she is able to focus once more on her first love.
The tracks on The Road to the Isles are a mix of Gaelic and English, past and present. They are all songs that Anne feels a connection with and bringing them together in this way marks the fulfillment of an ambition she has nurtured through the years.
You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks from this artist using the player below.
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