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The Battle of Killiecrankie - La Nef; Matthew White (counter tenor); Meredith Hall (soprano)
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  1. Scots wha ha'e wi' Wallace bled (Bruce's address)
  2. Bonny Barbry O, song
  3. Leezie Lindsay, song
  4. Work(s): Lumps o' Puddin / Jenny Nettles
  5. Sonata da camera ("Bonny Jean of Aberdeen"): Allegro / Sarabanda (Grazioso) / Corrente (Vivace)
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  1. Scots wha ha'e wi' Wallace bled (Bruce's address)
  2. Bonny Barbry O, song
  3. Leezie Lindsay, song
  4. Work(s): Lumps o' Puddin / Jenny Nettles
  5. Sonata da camera ("Bonny Jean of Aberdeen"): Allegro / Sarabanda (Grazioso) / Corrente (Vivace)
  6. How sweet the scene, song
  7. O luve will venture in, song
  8. My Nanny-O, song
  9. Sonata da camera ("Bonny Jean of Aberdeen"): Giga (Allegro)
  10. I love my love, in secret (John morisons way) (Mr. Beck, Balcarres Lute Book)
  11. Ae fond kiss
  12. A Highland Battle, for flute, bagpipes, violin, bass viol, guitar & percussion
  13. The Massacre of Glencoe
  14. The Torment, for bagpipes & percussion
  15. The Chevalier's Lament, song
  16. Lament for the Death of His Second Wife (Gow) / The Lowlands of Holland
  17. Welcome Home my Dearie, song
  18. Killiecrankie, song
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The folk music of Scotland, as well as of other regions whose music has been shaped by the vocabulary of Western concert music, has seen performances that fall along an entire continuum from formal arrangements for voice and piano to pure re-creations of folk practice, with percussion and full-throated singing untouched by classical vocal technique. This attractive Canadian disc falls near the middle of the continuum. The music comes from Scotland in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, with texts by the likes of ...

The Battle of Killiecrankie 2007, ATMA Classique

UPC: 722056251020

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