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Scottish Collection Accordions & Fiddles

Various Artists - Scottish Popular

Scottish
Lochshore

Released: 1996
Catalogue Number: CDLBP2026
Barcode: 5011851202623
Running Time: 36 mins.

CD£7.50 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.
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1Dave StewartPunters Reels: Robbie - Colonel Rodney - Father Kelly - Willie Mann of Paddy2:26. £0.79
2Bill BrianSlow Air: Roseacre3:27. £0.79
3Paddy NearyTrisch Tratsch Polka2:16. £0.79
4Charlie CowiePipe Strathspey & Reel: Blair Drummond - Duntroon3:08. £0.79
5David SilverThe Dark Island2:47. £0.79
6Donald MontgomeryMarch, Strathspey & Reel: Braes of Castle Grant - Craigellachie Brig - Sir David Davidson of Canttray.3:26. £0.79
7Dave StewartOgilvy Arms Two Step2:12. £0.79
8Bill BrianScott Skinner Reels: Bride's Reel - The Baker - Peter Gray - Scott Skinner.2:27. £0.79
9Paddy NearyCzardas4:24. £0.79
10Donald MontgomerySlow Air: Prince Charlie's Last View of Scotland2:52. £0.79
11Charlie KirkpatrickJigtime Polka2:19. £0.79
12Gordon SimpsonSlow Air, Strathspey & Reel: Miss Campbell of Saddell - Lass o' Corrie Mill - Admiral Nelson - Lady Montgomerie3:59. £0.79

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