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The Red Red Rose - Alison McGillivray (cello); Concerto Caledonia; David Greenberg (violin); Dominic O'Dell (cello); Jamie MacDougall (tenor);...
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  1. The slave's lament
  2. Medley: The Seal-Fisher's Song; Struagh nach'eil bodaich; A highland reel; Miss Murray's Reel (from The Caledonian Muse)
  3. Cauld Keil in Aberdeen, song
  4. Chiling o guiry, song
  5. The Broom of Cowdenknows, song
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  1. The slave's lament
  2. Medley: The Seal-Fisher's Song; Struagh nach'eil bodaich; A highland reel; Miss Murray's Reel (from The Caledonian Muse)
  3. Cauld Keil in Aberdeen, song
  4. Chiling o guiry, song
  5. The Broom of Cowdenknows, song
  6. Trio Sonata: "The Broom of Cowdenknows," for 2 violins & continuo No. 1 in D minor (Treatise of Good Taste 5)
  7. The Red Red Rose, song
  8. Now Westling Winds, song
  9. Old Sir Symon the King, song
  10. Work(s): The Mutual Kiss
  11. Reading Ends in Melancholy, song (from "Songs in Several Languages")
  12. Gavott, for ensemble
  13. Auld Robin Gray, song
  14. Miss Carnegie's Minuet, for ensemble
  15. Air for ensemble
  16. Air for ensemble
  17. Air for ensemble
  18. Miss Burnett of Monboddo's Reel, for ensemble
  19. Mrs. Richard Walpole's Reel, for ensemble
  20. John Hay's Bonny Lassie, song
  21. Ae fond kiss
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What audiences now think of as the folk music of Scotland (and Ireland) has diverse sources indeed, with some tunes and songs entering the repertory as a result of what's known as the "folk process," while others were collected, published, and embellished or altered by classically trained musicians at various times. This remarkable disc from the Scots historical-instrument ensemble Concerto Caledonia covers a major chapter in the history of Scottish song -- its commercial flowering in the eighteenth century. You have to ...

The Red Red Rose 2005, Delphian

UPC: 801918340147

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