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Ian Hardie

Scottish
Ian Hardie

Released: 31st January 2008
Catalogue Number: IJHCD001
Barcode: 880992148238
Running Time: 55mins.

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'From the Cairngorms to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia'. So it's all down home from here.
Some accent is placed on the tuning but non-fiddlers need not worry, it's just Ian being professional. The music is just grand - all fiddle & viola. Not a banjo in sight.

1) Carn Gorn to the Blue Ridge.
2) Karen's Waltz - Last Night at Kincraigie.
3) Burnsville Loop.
4) Cape Fear.
5) Da Scalloway Lasses - Da New Riggit Ship - Wynapedia - Da Cauld Night o' Winter.
6) Tollaidh.
7) The Grey One Goes West.
8) The Rejected Suitor - Malcolm the Tailor - Captain Lachlan MacPhail of Tiree - The Athritic Reel.
9) The 6844 Stomp.
10) Pass of the Sword.
11) Dip the Hood - French Broad Lightning.
12) The Lone Ash Waltz.
13) Banjo branch Fiddle.
14) The Highlands of Nairnshire.
'From the Cairngorms to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia'. So it's all down home from here.
Some accent is placed on the tuning but non-fiddlers need not worry, it's just Ian being professional. The music is just grand - all fiddle & viola. Not a banjo in sight.

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Ian Hardie - Fiddle & Viola.

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