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Dingwall Gaelic Choir Going Home

Mod-winning choir. The Mod-winning Choir sing their way through a wide range of songs in excellent style. Winners of the Lovat & Tullibardine shield, this choir have tremendous success at all the major competitions with their clear and harmonious style.

  • £11.70
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Cliar & Friends Lasair Dhe

Donnie M. MacLeod, Kenna. A glorious collection of Gaelic spiritual music encompassing many aspects of religious song. Precentor-led with congregational response, Massed Gaelic choir, Cliar, solo voice and guitar, gentle contemporary group - all in praise of the Lord.

  • £12.68
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Christine Primrose Aite Mo Ghaoil

A pure, clear and tender voice. Christine has a pure and tender voice which is quite exquisite. Many of the songs will be familiar to Gaels, but Christine's distinctive voice ensures that each song retains a freshness after innumerable hearings.

  • £11.70
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Christine Primrose Gun Sireadh, Gun Iarraidh

Crystal clear and pure voice. Even if you do not understand a word of Gaelic Christine's beautiful voice will captivate you. Christine's singing is of the best in nature, with a clear, pure tone and a lilting Lewis accent. With harp, smallpipes, fiddle and concertina accompaniment.

  • £11.70
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Christine Primrose S Tu Nam Chuimhne

Exquisite singer from Lewis. Christine Primrose's fine Gaelic singing endows these magical songs with a strength and magnificence that communicates at once even if you don't understand a word of Gaelic.

  • £11.70
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Cliar Gun Tamh

The Gaelic supergroup. Arthur Cormack, Ingrid Henderson, Mary Ann Kennedy, Maggie Macdonald, Bruce Macgregor and Chaz Stewart join as Cliar on this wonderful album of traditional and contemporary music.

  • £12.68
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Catherine-Ann MacPhee Canan Nan Gaidheal

Best selling Gaelic album. Known as one of the greatest Gaelic voices. Rich, earthy, natural tone, delivered in a beautiful relaxed style. Her version of the title song is simply exquisite.

  • £11.70
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Anne Martin Co...?

Debut album from Skye singer. 'Co?' is Gaelic for 'Who?' Anne has been respected for many years as a singer. The album is a result of a lifetime's experience of Gaelic song, evolving with the West Coast's finest musicians. Traditional with a contemporary edge.

  • £11.70
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Arthur Cormack Nuair Bha Mi Og

Youngest ever Mod Gold winner. The youngest ever Mod Gold Medallist, with a relaxed and unaffected style. Arthur is joined by top Scottish traditional musicians, solo and accompanied, in traditional and contemporary song.

  • £11.70
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Aberfeldy & District Gaelic Choir Co-Eismealachd

15 tracks: songs & tunes. An extremely strong album of Gaelic choral song, to a standard befitting the winners of the Royal National Mod in Lochaber. Traditional songs, well-loved choral pieces, & a charming, gentle instrumental on fiddle, smallpipes & guitar.

  • £11.74
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Alison Kinnaird & Christine Primrose The Quiet Tradition

Gaelic song & harp, Christine's beautiful voice with its effortless traditional style is accompanied by Alison's sensitive harp playing in a way which does not detract from the character of the singing, but supports it and adds an extra dimension to the music.

  • £11.70
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Alyth McCormack An Iomall (The Edge)

Debut CD from this Lewis lass. Gaelic singing, but far from traditional. With sampling, synths, drum machines and electronic wizardry this takes Gaelic singing into the 21st century.

  • £12.72
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Donnie MacSween Seinn Alleluia

Hymns & choruses. Hymns and choruses from "Mission Praise" translated into Gaelic and sung by Reverend Donnie MacSween.

  • £11.70
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Donnie Murdo MacLeod Sguab Is Dloth

Mod Gold winner from Stornoway. Donnie, originally from Stornoway, is one of the leading traditional Gaelic singers of his generation. Regarded as a singer of great depth, with an extraordinary capacity for faithfully learning songs from the Gaelic tradition.

  • £12.68
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Eilidh MacKenzie Eideadh Na Sgeulachd

National Mod Gold medal winner. A talented young singer from Lewis, with a crystal clear voice. Eilidh is accompanied by some of today's brightest musicians and singers and this, combined with imaginative and sympathetic production, makes for a great album.

  • £11.70
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Finlay MacNeill Fonn Is Furan

At last on CD..a great album. Finlay is a well-known and much loved singer...one of the most popular Gaelic singers in Scotland.. appearances on radio and t.v. have made his voice familiar to all who love the music of the Gael.

  • £11.70
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Flora MacNeil Craobh Nan Ubhal

Trad. album of the year 1978. Every song bears the imprint of her characteristic & personal style; she has achieved this without distorting or compromising the essential virtues of her ancient Gaelic heritage.

  • £11.70
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Gaelic Women Ar Canan's Ar Ceol

Gaelic song by the best. Unique CD of Gaelic-speaking women singing. Featuring many of Scotland's most celebrated Gaelic singers, the album demonstrates the richness and diversity of the tradition, focussing on women's part in the creation of its poetry & song.

  • £11.70

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