Brandon McPhee Scottish Dance Band - The Flying Scots - With Guests DVD

Brandon McPhee Scottish Dance Band - The Flying Scots - With Guests DVD

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This title is a Music Scotland All Time Bestseller.

(November 2011) 18 tracks: Bob Bridgeford's March / The Forty Six Seconder / The Borthwick Men * Monadh Gowan / The Wee Man From Skye * The Jaqueline Waltz * The Victory Stone / 35 Years Strong / The Cracker / The Expert Carpenter * Calling Me Home * Looking For A Partner * Garden Of Skye / Yellow Corn / Gaelic Air * Mr And Mrs Duncan's Golden Wedding 2000 / Three Piece Suit / The Curlew / Kesh Jig / The Jiggernaut * The Blackadder Waltz * Davy Scott Of Kilbirnie / Marquis Of Huntly's Farewell / Cape Breton Visit To Shetland * Brochan Lom / Sabhal Iain Ic Uisdean / Bheil An Cadal Ort / Mor A Cheannaich * No 1 Ebenezer Place * Mason's Apron / Itchy Fingers / Clumsy Lover * Miss Delicia Chisholm / Atholl And Breadalbane Gathering * Recuerdos De La Coruna * Hills Of Connemara * Dan McIldowie's Reel / Niell Thow's Reel / Manola's Reel * Flying Scotsman / The Dark Island.

Fantastic music from the All Scotland Junior Traditional Accordion Solo Champion 2011.

The scenery is mostly of Caithness in the North of Scotland, some from Ireland and some from the north of Spain.

Guests on this album: Karen Steven - a well known exponent of fiddle music and composer born in John O'Groats. She plays 2 sets on this DVD, all her own compositions. Manson Grant - Manson sings 2 songs, one 'The Hills of Connemara,' a well known Irish song, the other 'Calling Me Home,' a brand new composition never before recorded. This was written and composed by the late great Eann Nicolson of the Wick Scottish Dance Band fame. The Harvey Brothers play 2 tracks from their well received album 'Tartan Paint'. The Harvey Brothers were recorded in the Old Smiddy Inn, Thrumster in their home village.

"During my lifetime I have met and heard the playing of nearly all the top Scottish music players, and now I feel that this young lad is without doubt one of the best I have ever heard..." (Andy Ross)


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