(1978) 16 tracks: Rory Dall's Port * Princess Augusta * Caoineadh Rioghail (The Royal Lament) * Glenlivet / Castle Drummond * Balquhidder * Fliuch An Oidhche / Heman Dubh * Port Atholl * Killiecrankie * Cumha Crann Nan Teud (The Lament for the Harp Key) * The Kid On The Mountain * Fuath Nam Fidhleirean (Contempt for Fiddlers) * Chapel Keithack * Grantown-on-Spey * Port Patrick * The Rymer * The Duchess of Buccleuch's Favourite / The Earl of Hadinton / Miss Charlotte Brodie's Jig.

Temple's first release established Alison Kinnaird as the leading exponent of the largely unexplored field of Scottish harp music. Her research, teaching and the album re-established a repertoire for the instrument in Scotland. This and her subsequent recordings form a definitive and essential base to any collection of Scottish harp music.

"The clarsach (Scottish harp) can never have had a better showcase than this." (MELODY MUSIC)

"Superbly played and well produced ... a gem." (THE GUARDIAN)

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