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The 'Amazing' Amazing Grace and Other Scottish Anthems

Various Artists - Scottish Popular

Scottish
Lismor Recordings

Released: 1992
Catalogue Number: LCOM5211
Barcode: 5014818521126
Running Time: 49 mins.

CD£7.58 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.
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1The Pipes & DrumsAmazing Grace3:46. £0.79
2Peter MorrisonScotland The Brave1:51. £0.79
3The Gaelforce OrchestraTrilogy: Amazing Grace, Flower Of Scotland, Scots Wha Ha'e5:30. £0.79
4Kenneth McKellarGlencoe3:44. £0.79
5The Scottish Philharmonic SingersLoch Lomond3:06. £0.79
6Tartan BrassAmazing Grace2:58. £0.79
7Alex BeatonThe Skye Boat Song4:06. £0.79
8Moira AndersonAmazing Grace3:37. £0.79
9Kenneth McKellarYe Banks And Braes3:16. £0.79
10Peter MorrisonDark Lochnagar2:59. £0.79
11E+B+CAmazing Grace3:55. £0.79
12Alex BeatonA Scottish Soldier, Flowers Of The Forest5:16. £0.79
13Moira AndersonThe Dark Island3:34. £0.79
14James NicolThe Lord's My Shepherd2:39. £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.
A never ending demand for this 'anthem' made this opportunity too good to miss.It actually turns out quite well.Song was reputedly written by a Welsh sea captain, who transported slaves, from an old air.

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