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The Music of Burns

The Birnam Quartet

Scottish
Shoogle Records

Released: 19th April 2010
Catalogue Number: SHOOGLE09013
Barcode: 5060068670138
Running Time: 42mins

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It does what it says on the sleeve. A chance to enjoy the melodies of Robert Burns without the words, though if you do know the words to the songs then you now have an amazing 'karaoke' band of your own.
Clean, clear, precise playing with much thought going into the arrangements to give a nice full sound from just the four players.
More than pleasant. Have a listen.

1) A Rosebud By My Early Walk
2) Highland Widow's Lament - Braw Braw Lads
3) Bonnie Jean
4) Whistle O'er the Lave O't
5) The Gallant Weaver
6) Highland Mary
7) Now Westlin' Winds
8) Wandering Willie
9) What Can A Young Lassie Do Wi' an Auld Man
10) She's Fair and Fause
11) Flow Gently Sweet Afton
12) Lord Gregory
13) A Man's A Man For A' That
It does what it says on the sleeve. A chance to enjoy the melodies of Robert Burns without the words, though if you do know the words to the songs then you now have an amazing 'karaoke' band of your own.
Clean, clear, precise playing with much thought going into the arrangements to give a nice full sound from just the four players.
More than pleasant. Have a listen.

Lineup

Angus R. Grant - Fiddle
Jamie Jauncey - Piano
Luke Plumb - Mandolin
Anna-Wendy Stevenson - Fiddle

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