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The Reeling

Brighde Chaimbeul

Scottish
RIVER LEA

Released: 18th January 2019
Catalogue Number: RLR003CD
Barcode: 0191402800326
Running Time: 37 Mins.

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The debut album by exceptional Skye musician Brìghde Chaimbeul.

The Reeling was recorded live without overdubs in the historic East Church in Cromarty, on the Black Isle. These largely traditional Scottish and Bulgarian tunes were performed by Brìghde on the Scottish smallpipes (with the addition of an ancient harmonium found in the church.)

1. O Chiadain An Lo
2. A Bhriogais Uallach / Nighean Donn Nan Gobhar
3. Moma E Moma Rodila
4. An Léimras / Harris Dance
5. Tàladh Nan Cearc
6. The Old Woman's Dance / The Skylark's Ascension
7. Gur Bòidheach Nighean Donn Mo Chridhe
8. Tornala Maika
9. Tha 'n Oidhch' Ann 's An Dorch' Ann
10. Mary Brennan's / The Reeling, The Reeling
11. Ruidhle Mo Nighean Donn
The debut album by exceptional Skye musician Brìghde Chaimbeul.

The Reeling was recorded live without overdubs in the historic East Church in Cromarty, on the Black Isle. These largely traditional Scottish and Bulgarian tunes were performed by Brìghde on the Scottish smallpipes (with the addition of an ancient harmonium found in the church.)

Lineup

Brighde Chaimbeul - Smallpipes & Harmonium
Aidan O'Rourke - Fiddle
Radie Peat - Concertina
Rona Lightfoot - Canntaireachd and Song

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