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Songs Of Scotland

Isobel Buchanan

Scottish
Lismor Recordings

Released: 1995
Catalogue Number: LCOM6038
Barcode: 5014818603822
Running Time: 44 mins.

CD£7.58 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.
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1John Anderson My Jo3:07. £0.79
2I'm Ower Young To Marry Yet1:50. £0.79
3Ye Banks And Braes2:55. £0.79
4Aye Waukin' O3:17. £0.79
5Comin' Thro' The Rye1:51. £0.79
6The Queen's Mairies2:45. £0.79
7The Heart Is Sair2:34. £0.79
8Deirdre's Farewell To Scotland4:12. £0.79
9Durisdeer3:00. £0.79
10The Rowan Tree3:48. £0.79
11Oor Ain Fireside3:32. £0.79
12Mairie's Wedding (The Lewis Bridal Song)2:14. £0.79
13The Bonnie Earl O'Moray2:39. £0.79
14Charlie Is My Darling2:03. £0.79
15My Ain Folk3:55. £0.79

High Quality AudioThe tracks on this album are available as both standard 192k mp3 files, high quality 320k mp3 files and CD quality FLAC files. The price is the same for all formats. You can choose your format after you pay and are ready to download.
Produced, arranged and conducted by Kennth McKellar - this is a 'first venture' into Scottish song by Isobel - much more used to the operatic platform, having sung in most major operas and in the world's leading opera houses.
Encouraged by Kenneth, Isobel has chosen songs that suit her mezzo-soprano voice and you, dear listener, get the full magnificent works.

Lineup

The Ionian Chamber Orchestra
and Walter Blai - Piano.

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