- Performer Fiddlers 5
- Title Fiddle Music From Scotland
- Date of release 1991
- Other formats WAV MMF MPC AAC MP4 DTS VQF
- Genre World & Folk & Country
- Size MP3 1803 mb
- Size FLAC 1591 mb
- Rating: 4.2
- Votes: 395
Fiddlers 5 – Fiddle Music From Scotland. Label: Temple Records (2) – TEMPLE COMD 2044. Format: CD, Compilation. Country: Switzerland. 1. –Fiddlers 5. The Lass O' Patie's Mill/Timor The Tartar/Da Merry Boys. Farewell To Ravenscraig?/The Steel Reel.
Scottish music, Folk & Celtic CDs & DVDs with mp3 music samples. Sheet music & books, Irish traditional & Roots. Including a live recording at the 2006 Fiddlers' Rally in Aberdeen Music Hall. Latest release from Loch Ness fiddle maestro Adam Sutherland is 'Some Other Land' other titles include: The Road To Errogie Collection and Squall. Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas. Highlander's Farewell is the third album from the dazzling duo of master fiddler Alasdair Fraser and dynamic cellist Natalie Haas. First studio album release from Alistair McCulloch trio. Off The Hook' features champion fiddler Alistair, with Aaron Jones and Marc Duff
MP3 Download, 1 Jan 1988. The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra with their charismatic and inspiring conductor, John Mason MBE have the ability to tap a toe and kick up a kilt. I was not disappointed. It is so lively that I defy you not to tap your toes to this fantastic album. They have made so many albums it was so difficult to choose but I went for this one as it is all music - no singing.
Highland Journey, Vol. 2. Even Now. Fiddle Case. Listen to Now & Then (Fiddle Music from Scotland) now. Listen to Now & Then (Fiddle Music from Scotland) in full in the this site app. Play on this site. You look like someone who appreciates good music.
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".
On the surface, this kind of fiddle music is technically less complex than classical violin (though sometimes very fast!). Many fiddle players never leave first position. Today the rough-edged sound of these players would put them in the fiddlers’ camp, but they may have used the name violin to distinguish their music from the older style of square-dance fiddling. In the notes to a compilation of tracks by the Mississippi Sheiks, a member of the Chatmon family says about the previous generation’s music, They didn’t call ’em violins in those days, they called ’em fiddles.
The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra. The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra.
|1||–Fiddlers 5*||The Lass O' Patie's Mill/Timor The Tartar/Da Merry Boys||03:05|
|2||–John McCusker||Farewell To Ravenscraig?/The Steel Reel||03:35|
|3||–Fiddlers 5*||The Centennial Waltz||03:32|
|4||–Marie Fielding, Brian Miller||The Glencoe March/Da Green Isle/Reested Mutton Reel||02:15|
|5||–Fiddlers 5*||William Ritchie Esq. /Hugh Mckenna's Reel||02:23|
|6||–Chuck Fleming, Alan Reid||Mount Stewart House/Lady Madeline Sinclair/The Bungalow||02:52|
|7||–Fiddlers 5*||Spootiskerry/The Ale Is Dear/High Road To Linton||03:14|
|8||–Marie Fielding, John McCusker||Niel Gow's Farewell To Whisky/The Poppy Leaf||03:10|
|9||–John Martin , Brian Miller||The Mill House/Freddie's/The Elkin's Reel||03:30|
|10||–Fiddlers 5*||Grace Hay's Delight/Drummond Castle/The Stool O' Repentance||03:28|
|11||–Fiddlers 5*||The Silver Spire/The Glass Of Beer/The Gravel Walk||03:24|
|12||–Brian McNeill , Brian Miller||Farewell To Crater Lake/I See You Keep A Bee/Out From Under/Thatcher's||03:46|
|13||–Fiddlers 5*||Harvest Home/The Templehouse Jig/Kenmur's Up And Awa'||03:47|