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Saft-tongu'd Melody Vol 2

Hugh F. MacGilp

Scottish
Juniper Productions

Released: 2006
Catalogue Number: JPCD002
Barcode: x
Running Time: 53 mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


FIRST HEARING:
In a true traditional style, fiddle & piano or, occasionally, harp. Nothing cluttered. Just straight forward playing across the tempo range.

1) MS&R: P/M John Stewart - John McAlpin - Captain McDuff
2) Air: The Marchioness of Huntly's Favourite
3) Songs: Dumbarton's Drums - Not A Swan - Galoway Tam - O As I Was Kissed
th' Streen
4) Air & Reel: The Highland Society of Scotland - The St.Kilda Wedding
5) Air: Mrs.Hamilton of Pencaitland
6) Reels: Caw the Wither To the Hill - Jenny Dang the Weeaver
7) Giga
8) Songs: Major Graham of Inchbrakie - I'm Wae For Lack of Johnnie - O, the Mill,O
9) Air: Hymn to The Savior
10) Polka: Peterhead Polka
11) Song: The Bonnie Black Eagle
12) Songs: Mary Scott - Polwart Obn the Green
13) Air: Morag
14) Songs: A Man's A Man - The Lea Rig
15) Air: Miss Campbell of Saddell
16) March & Hornpipe: The Hen's March - Miss Booth
FIRST HEARING:
In a true traditional style, fiddle & piano or, occasionally, harp. Nothing cluttered. Just straight forward playing across the tempo range.

Lineup

Hugh F.MacGilp - Fiddle
with
Morag MacAskill - Piano
Piona Ritherford - Clarsach

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