14 Tracks: Scenes From Gow: The Publisher's Tea / Nathaniel's Birthday * The Plaid Weaver's Son / The duke Of Atholl's Catch / Sunday By The Tay * From Ayrshire To Perthshire / Chasin' The Lassies * Dear Poet: Ae Fond Kiss * My Love Is Like A Red, Red Rose * The Strathspey King, Tribute To James Scott Skinner: The Queen's Welcome To Invercauld / The Glenlivet / Spey In Spate * The Bonnie Lass O' Bon Accord * The Cradle Song / The Iron Man / Sandy Grant * The Gow Family Tree: Niel Gow's Lament For The Death Of His Second Wife * Major Graham Of Inchbrakie / Duke Of Gordon / General MacDonald's Reel * Countess Of Selkirk's Favourite / Largo's Fairy Dance / Major Molle * Three Reflections: Hymn For The Masters * Alone With History * Your Light Will Shine On.

Alastair's long-awaited fourth album and his first completely unaccompanied fiddle recording.

This Scottish fiddle journey was recorded in the historic surroundings of Crathie Kirk in Royal Deeside.

Featuring melodies by the great 19th century virtuoso James Scott Skinner, dancing master to Queen Victoria at nearby Balmoral Castle and 18th century legend Niel Gow alongside is sons Nathaniel and Andrew.

Alasdair presents his own unique compositions dedicated to the Gow family and his fellow Ayrshire man Rabbie Burns.

The sound of the solo fiddle in the church acoustic is expertly captured by Colin Stephen who engineered and co-produced the album alongside Alastair Savage.

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