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MUJI sources music from around the world, and aims to put a spotlight on international musicians that highlight local traditional melodies.

This audio CD features instruments often used in composing traditional Scottish music such as the fiddle and harp as well as showcasing Gaelic vocals. Only about 1% of Scotland's population can speak Gaelic today.

Track List

  1. Drummond Castle - Aaron Jones (cittern), Martin Swan (fiddle)
  2. Lord Lovat's Restoration / Monymusk - Fraser Fifield (whistle), Martin Green(accordion)
  3. Chi Mi Na Mor-bheanna - Sileas-Mary Macmaster (vocals, harp), Patsy Seddon (harp)
  4. Andrew Carr / Co a ni mire ri Mairi - Sileas-Mary Macmaster (harp), Patsy Seddon (harp)
  5. Mary Scott, Flower of Yarrow - Fraser Fifield (whistle), Martin Green(accordion)
  6. The Favourite Dram / The Lisnagun Jig - Sileas-Mary Macmaster (harp), Patsy Seddon (harp)
  7. Farewell to Whisky - Sileas-Mary Macmaster (harp), Patsy Seddon (harp)
  8. A Virgin So Pure - Fraser Fifield (whistle), Martin Green(accordion), Martin Swan (fiddle)
  9. St. Patrick's Cathedral - Aaron Jones (guitar)
  10. Bidh falbh o'n uinneig - Sileas-Mary Macmaster (harp), Patsy Seddon (harp)
  11. Earl of Dalhousie - Sileas-Mary Macmaster (harp), Patsy Seddon (harp)
  12. Strathban - Fraser Fifield (lowland pipes), Martin Green(accordion), Martin Swan (fiddle)
  13. Coilsfield House - Mary Macmaster (harp)
  14. Coinnidh an t-Srath-mor / Miss May Hay - Sileas-Mary Macmaster (harp), Patsy Seddon (harp)
  15. Ye Banks and Braes of Bonny Doune - Aaron Jones (guitar)

Product Details

Year of Release: 2001

Number of Discs: 1

Material: Acrylic, Polycarbonate

Dimension: 150x130x20mm 

Country/Region of Origin: Japan

Additional Information:

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