(1996) 11 tracks: Fiddler’s Patrol (Fiddlers Welcome, Bearsden Fiddlers) * The Rev James Currie (The Arran Shepherd, James Mason’s Compliments to the rev James Currie, The Dunlop Strathspey, Drumadoon) * Rantin’ Scottish Jigs (hot Punch, Farewell to the Tay, The Lairds Ferret, Donald’s Awa Tae the War) * Barn Dance (Hamish the Boot, Betty’s Reward) * The Orcadian * Celtic and Scottish Waltzes (My Home, My Faithful Fond One, I See Mull, Tiree Bridal Song, Farewell to Skye, Morag of Dunvegan, Leaving Stornoway, In Praise of Uist, Leaving Barra) * Circassion Circle (Kirk’s Hornpipe, The Nick o’ the Balloch, The Geoes) * Slow Air, March, Strathspey and Reels (Neil Gow’s Lament For James Murray Esq of Abercairney, Leaving Glenurquhart, Stirling Castle, Inver Lassies, Speed the Plough) * Pipe March Selection (93rd’s Farewell to Gibraltar, Earl of Mansfield, Dornoch Links, Invercauld, Sweet Maid of Mull) * Music of J Scott Skinner (Piper’s Weird, Lord Huntley’s Cave, Glenlivet, Jamie Shearer) * Slow Air and Reel (Mary Cameron Johnston, Jenny’s Jig).


When many groups of Fiddlers Rallies unite forces you have the massed Fiddlers Rally, a band several hundred strong, producing an amazing wall of sound that will thrill any listener and leave them always wanting to hear more. With guest conductor John Mason MBE and recorded at the Kelvin Hall Glasgow, you have on this album the very best that the massed Fiddlers Rally can offer.

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