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Gowd & Silver

Ronald & Anna-Wendy Stevenson

Scottish
Eclectic

Released: 2005
Catalogue Number: ECLCD0518
Barcode: 5020452051820
Running Time: 41mins.

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


FIRST HEARING:
A welcome change from the usual 'first track blast' that normally occurs, here we have a true setting for the CD of piano & fiddle weaving their way through the melody originally set to a poem by Hugh MacDiarmid.
The quieter side of Scottish traditional music.

1) Ae Gowden Lyric
2) Lady Charlotte Campbell
3) Craigellachie Brig
4) Jock o'Hazeldean
5) Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of his Second Wife
South Uist Folk Song Suite:
6) Sailing Song
7) A Witching Song for the Milking
8) A Little Mouth Music
9) A Waulking Song
10) Spinning Song
11) A Tired Mother's Lullaby
12) The Christ Child's Lullaby
13) My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose
14) John Gow's Compliments to the Minstrels of Scotland
15) Miss Campbell of Saddell
16) Hard Is My Fate
17) My Love She's But A Lassie Yet
18) Recitative & Air
19) Nocturne
FIRST HEARING:
A welcome change from the usual 'first track blast' that normally occurs, here we have a true setting for the CD of piano & fiddle weaving their way through the melody originally set to a poem by Hugh MacDiarmid.
The quieter side of Scottish traditional music.

Lineup

Ronald Stevenson - Piano
Anna-Wendy Stevenson - Fiddle

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