Including Julie Fowlis, Na h-Oganaich, Kathleen MacInnes, Catherine-Ann MacPhee, Margaret Stewart , Fiona J Mackenzie, choirs and other Scottish Gaelic song.
Fairich Is the latest release from Gaelic singer-songwriter, Alasdair Whyte (Isle of Mull) and electronic composer and musician, Ross Whyte (Aberdeenshire).
Red Gold with Triona Marshall - from the heartland of Ireland to the shores of the Island of Lewis off the Scottish coast, a blend of harp music and song.
Latest album release from Gaelic singer Arthur Cormack is Buanas
Gaelic band from North Uist in the Outer Hebrides.
Calum Alex MacMillan
Till is the second solo album from the talented isle of Lewis native and ex- Daimh vocalist Calum Alex MacMillan.
Frayvn is the latest album by Calum, an extensive blend of his musical influences over the past 50 years.
Well known Gaelic singer, originally from the Outer Hebrides and now living in Canada, with a selection of personal songs.
Latest album Gradh is Gonadh - Guth ag aithris (Love and Loss - A Lone Voice) is a powerful album of pure and unaccompanied traditional Scottish Gaelic song by Christine Primrose.
The Gaelic song group - Arthur Cormack, Ingrid Henderson, Mary Ann Kennedy, Maggie MacDonald, Bruce MacGregor and Chaz Stewart.
Fiona J MacKenzie
Archipelago is a collection of songs in Gaelic, Scots and Norn by Fiona Mackenzie, along with some special guest musicians and singers.
Traditional Gaelic psalm singing from the Hebrides of Scotland, featuring unaccompanied congregational song led by precentors.
Gaelic Sounds Of Yesteryear
Vol 4 features a fine selection of vintage Gaelic recordings from the late 1950s and early 1960s, digitally enhanced for CD.
Latest release from the superb Traditional Gaelic singer Gemma Cumming, a delightful album of 13 soothing Gaelic lullabies.
A fine singer from South Uist, who has won both Gold Medals at the National Mod - Air Forladh and Thogainn Ort Fonn albums.
With Doimnic MacGiolla Bhridhe, explores the connections between the Scots and Irish Gaelic cultures and music.
Faileasan (Reflections) is another lovely album from award-winning singer Joy, showcasing Gaelic songs past and present from her Argyll home.
Widely recognised as the haunting voice of Celtic supergroup Capercaillie, Karen's latest solo album 'Urram' is inspired by her family's Hebridean roots.
Cille Bhride is the eagerly-awaited second album from Kathleen, showcasing her superb and unique vocal style with excellent accompaniment.
Once Upon An Olive Branch is the second solo album from Maeve, with a diverse mix of Gaelic and English songs.
Latest recording with Colum Sands - The Seedboat (Bata an t-Sil).
Mairi sings Gaelic songs from the South Uist tradition, with contemporary influences.
Jerome, a book and CD from prize-winning author Margaret Bennett, is a lasting tribute to Jerome Downey, a Newfoundland-Irish folk singer.
Mary Ann Kennedy
A debut solo album from multiple award-winning artist and BBC celebrity Mary Ann Kennedy.
Mary Jane Lamond
From Nova Scotia, Canada, Mary Jane Lamond presents an album of contemporary-styled Gaelic song.
Mod Gold Medal Winners
Enjoy a nostalgic collection of some of Gaeldom's finest singers, including Calum Kennedy, George Clavey, Archie MacLean, Joan MacKenzie and Mary Sandeman.
Air Chall (Lost) is the third album featuring the warm and beautiful Gaelic voice of Rachel Walker.
Sgoil Chiuil Na Gaidhealtachd
'Brick By Brick' features some of the finest young musicians in Scotland attend the School of Excellence in Plockton and on these CDs they are featured in duos, trios and ...
A fine selection of music and song led by George Smith, taken from Thistle recordings of the 1970s and digitally enhanced for CD.