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Tales From the North

Calum Stewart

Scottish
Calum Stewart

Released: 17th October 2017
Catalogue Number: EMCD02
Barcode: 880992152525
Running Time: 40 mins.

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Tales from the North" is the much-anticipated new album from leading Uilleann piper Calum Stewart. Inspired by his native North of Scotland, "Tales from the North" is a celebration of legend, landscape, people and adventure.


1) Am Monadh Ruadh
2) The Angel's Share/Copper Stills/
Gladstone.
3) The Bell of Ardclach/Rose of Rothes
4) Randolph's Leap 1
5) Randolph's Leap 2
6) Am Fear Liath Mòr
7) The Seven Men of Glen Moriston:
Garster's Dream/The Seven Men of Glen Moriston/Fisherman's Lilt.
8) Sueno's Stone
9) Music O' Spey
10) Lasses of Stewarton:Tailgating the Minister/The Lasses of Stewart/Loch Earn.
Tales from the North" is the much-anticipated new album from leading Uilleann piper Calum Stewart. Inspired by his native North of Scotland, "Tales from the North" is a celebration of legend, landscape, people and adventure.

Lineup

Calum Stewart - Uilleann Pipes
Eamon Doorley - Bouzouki
Adam Rhodes - Bouzouki
Ronan Pellen - Cittern
Yann Le Bozer - Double Bass
Lauren MacColl - Fiddle
James Alexander - Fiddle
Gilles Le Bigot -Guitar
Tony Byrne -Guitar
Adam Brown - Guitar
Ross Saunders - Shakers,Stomp.

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