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Burns An' A' That!

The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra

Scottish
REL Records

Released: 1st December 2009
Catalogue Number: RECD567
Barcode: 722932056725
Running Time: 65mins

CD£11.80 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.

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


Two pretty big pieces from John Mason, piecing
together a musical life & times of Robert Burns and a musical interpretation of Tam o' Shanter.
The tunes will be well known to most folk.
The concert was recorded in The City Chambers, Edinburgh.

Cantata - 'Till a' the Seas Gang Dry':
1) From A Humble Clay Cottage
2) The Flowering of Song
3) Beautiful Ayrshire
4) Mary Campbell - a Highland Lass
5) Clarinda - A Rosebud By My Early Walk
6) Composing A Love Song
7) Jean Armour - A True Love
8) The Poet of Humanity
9) Overture:Tam o' Shanter & Cutty-Sark
10) Interview with John Mason MBE on the Cantata
11) Interview with John Mason MBE on the Overture
Two pretty big pieces from John Mason, piecing
together a musical life & times of Robert Burns and a musical interpretation of Tam o' Shanter.
The tunes will be well known to most folk.
The concert was recorded in The City Chambers, Edinburgh.

Lineup

The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra
Conductor: John Mason MBE
Narrator: Sam Gaw
Leader: Bill Cook
Mezzo Soprano: Mary Sandeman
Tenor: James Nicol
Highland Bagpipes: David Low

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