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Tickled Pink

Savourna Stevenson

Scottish
Springthyme

Released: 2013
Catalogue Number: SPRCD1016
Barcode: 5017029101620

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First recorded in 1985, this CD has now been re-issued. Regarded as one of the leading exponents of Scottish small harp or clarsach, she plays a variety of traditional tunes from Scotland, Shetland, Ireland and England.

The CD includes a Bonus track - Savourna and Aly's new, extended, 6 minute version of The Trip We Took Over the Mountains.

1. The Trip We Took Over The Mountains
2. Parthenia
3. Monaghan Jig
4. The Auld Noost
5. Jalan
6. The Hag With The Money / Sleepy Maggie 7. Lament For A Blind Harper
8. The Downie Dens O Yarrow
9. Tickled Pink
10. Logan Water
11. The South Wind
12. Molly MacAlpin / Planxty Irwin
13. South Uist Set: Till An Croadh, Faigh An Crodh / Chi Bhi Mi 'Gad Thaladh
14. The High Road To Linton / The Chanter's Tune
15. The Trip We Took Over The Mountains.
First recorded in 1985, this CD has now been re-issued. Regarded as one of the leading exponents of Scottish small harp or clarsach, she plays a variety of traditional tunes from Scotland, Shetland, Ireland and England.

The CD includes a Bonus track - Savourna and Aly's new, extended, 6 minute version of The Trip We Took Over the Mountains.

Lineup

Savourna Stevenson - Clarsach
Aly Bain - Fiddle
Frank Usher - Acoustic Guitar

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