- Performer:McCallum Scottish Dance Band
- Title:Scotland: Accordion Harp & Fiddle
- Date of release:1994
- Size FLAC version1250 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1163 megabytes
- Size WMA version1887 megabytes
- Formats:MOD MIDI MP2 AIFF MP4 DXD
Scottish accordion and dance band music on CD, including Gordon Pattullo, Fraser McGlynn, Roya MacLean, Will Starr, Lindsay Weir & more. Addie Harper Snr and Jnr. Top tunes - great playing. Traditional dance band from the far north of Scotland. Alex MacArthur's Scottish Dance Band. Old Masters vol 1 and more. Angus composed and recorded 3G as a commission for the Celtic Connections New Voices series. Bill Black Scottish Dance Band. Bill Black is a very popular bandleader. This latest CD features accordion whizz Brandon McPhee who dedicates this album to the late great Sir Jimmy Shand. Calum Maclean - The Calum Maclean Collection vol 1 and more.
Scotland: Accordion Harp & Fiddle.
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Scottish folk music (also Scottish traditional music) is music that uses forms that are identified as part of the Scottish musical tradition. There is evidence that there was a flourishing culture of popular music in Scotland during the late Middle Ages, but the only song with a melody to survive from this period is the "Pleugh Song".
Skye Accordion and Fiddle Festival Ceilidh Dance. Sat 20:30 UTC+01 · The Skye Gathering Hall · Portree, United Kingdom. 13 people interested. Isle of Skye Accordion and Fiddle Club.
Slide 4 The accordion Though often derided as Scottish kitsch, the accordion has long been a part of Scottish music. Country dance bands, such as that led by the renowned Jimmy Shand, have helped to dispel this image. In the early twentieth century, the melodeon (a variety of accordion) was popular among rural folk, and was part of the bothy band tradition. Slide 5 The harp The harp, or clarsach, has a long and ancient history in Scotland, and was regarded as the national instrument until it was replaced with the Highland bagpipes in the 15th century. Stone carvings in the East of Scotland support the theory that the harp was present in Pictish Scotland well before the 9th century and may have been the original ancestor of the modern European harp and even formed the basis for Scottish pibroch, the folk bagpipe tradition.
All songs from Celtic Collections, Vol. 3 - Ceilidh Band Music of Scotland. The Craig McCallum Scottish Dance Band - In a Different Light, 1990. Campbell's Farewell to Red Castle 02:24. Dumbarton's Drums 02:19. Homes of Donegal 02:32. Dr James Donaldson 03:09. Miss Marie Fielding 02:20.
4 Choose from: Bagpipes, Clarsach, Fiddle, Accordion 1. 2. 3. 4. WHICH INSTRUMENT DO YOU HEAR? 5 Scottish Dances Folk music - The traditional music of the people, performed by themselves in their own communities Scottish Music. 6 Bothy Ballad Bothy – Basic shelter or house Scottish folk songs, sung by farm workers, about work and poor living conditions. 8 Gaelic Psalm These were improvised songs of worship with ‘leader’ and congregation, which are sung in Gaelic. They often sound out of time due to the ‘free’ way they are sung. Gaelic psalm – Slow, unaccompanied Gaelic church tune, heard mostly in the Western Isles of Scotland. com/watch?v k3MzZgPBL3Q.
CreditsIan Hardie - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
McCallum Scottish Dance Band - Primary Artist
C. McCallum - Performer, Primary Artist
Wendy Stewart - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Traditional - Composer
|1||Campbell's Farewell to Redcastle/Corriechoillies/Bonnie Ann||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: C. McCallum||2:20|
|2||Bonawe Highlanders/Stirling Castle/Rachel Rae||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Wendy Stewart||3:26|
|3||Cawdor Wood/Palpitation Reel/Mrs. Willie Wastle||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Ian Hardie||3:26|
|4||Marchioness of Tullibardine/Donald Maclellan of Rothesay||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: C. McCallum||3:01|
|5||Love Lie Near Me Traditional||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Wendy Stewart||2:52|
|6||Liathach Ian Hardie||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Ian Hardie||3:36|
|7||Fear A' Bhata/Iona Boat Song/Marimaid/Fair Haired One||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: C. McCallum||3:33|
|8||Roslin Castle/Miss Gordon of Gight Traditional||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Wendy Stewart||3:26|
|9||Dulsie Bridge/Loched Bucket/Shifting Sands Ian Hardie||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Ian Hardie||3:29|
|10||Wee Todd/Connaught Man's Rambles/Weaver/Lumps O' Pudding||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: C. McCallum||4:06|
|11||William Joseph Guppy/King's House||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Wendy Stewart||4:36|
|12||Esther Stephenson of Embleton Ian Hardie||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Ian Hardie||1:54|
|13||Marie MacLean's Reel/Glen Trool/John Murray Lochee||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: C. McCallum||3:19|
|14||Wild West Waltz Wendy Stewart||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Wendy Stewart||2:10|
|15||Chatterin' Teeth/Nigg Rigs Jig/Oystercatcher||McCallum Scottish Dance Band feat: Ian Hardie||3:30|