Pete Clark and Ron Shaw - Jig Of Chance

Pete Clark and Ron Shaw - Jig Of Chance

format: CD   |   ref: INVER228   |   released: November 2013   |   condition: new

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15 tracks: Jig of Chance / The Angler's Reel * An Cluinn Thu Mi Mo Nighean Donn * Smeorach Chlainn Domhnuill (The Minstrel of the MacDonalds) / Prionns Tearlach (Prince Charlie) / Mairi Bheadarach (Dawted Mary) * . Lon Dhu Gholaidh / The Song of the Cats * Dunkeld Hermitage Bridge / The Duke of Gordon's Favourite / Mr Robertson of Lude's * Forneth House * Craigiebarns / The New Mill of Logierait / Amulree / Inver Lasses * Miss Begg * Sir George Clerk Of Pennycuick / Lady Catherine Pelham / Miss Douglas Moncrieff * Huntly Lodge / The Marquis of Huntly's Strathspey / Miss Hannah of Elgin / Craigellachie Lasses * J O Forbes of Corse * Thomas And Kate Of Murthly Castle / Jim And Linda Of Niel Gow Cottage / James And Jill Of Little France * Miss Laura Andrew / Davie Taylor / The Auld Wheel * The Tobermory Tarpon / Batter On The Box / The Manx Mullet / Jim's Double Crown * Da Trowie Burn / D Peerie Hoose Under Da Hill / Sillocks And Tatties / Tame Her When Da Snaw Comes.

A diverse collection showcasing old Gaelic melodies with new self-penned compositions from the duo.

The compositions of some of the great names in Scots fiddle history feature: Niel Gow, Nathaniel Gow, Robert Mackintosh, William Marshall, Peter Milne and James Scott Skinner.

The cello intertwines with the violin and captures the various emotions.

Pete Clark (fiddle, viola) and Ron Shaw (cello).

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