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Kenna Campbell Guth A Shniom

A voice that weaves. Doyenne of Gaelic classical singing, Kenna Campbell uses her distinctive, powerful voice to weave a spell over a wide range of traditional themes in 20 great songs.

  • £14.99
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Mairi MacInnes This Feeling Inside

Sang with Runrig & Mouth Music. Uist-born Mairi has sung with Runrig, Mouth Music, and this solo album places her among the top Gaelic and English singers.

  • £14.99
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Maggie MacInnes Spiorad Beatha

Traditional & modern styles. Maggie MacInnes has been singing Gaelic songs her whole life. Performing regularly at home and abroad she now enjoys taking her music to an ever-widening international audience. Maggie learned all the songs on this recording from her mother Flora MacNeil

  • £11.74
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Mairi MacInnes Orosay

Traditional yet gently modern. Solo and accompanied, traditional yet gently up-to-date traditional Scots Gaelic songs from this stunning Mod gold medallist from South Uist. With some great backing singers and musicians.

  • £11.70
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MacTalla Mairidh Gaol is Ceol

The Gaelic super-group. The Gaelic super-group with Arthur Cormack, Eilidh Mackenzie, Christine Primrose, Alison Kinnaird and Blair Douglas!! Outstanding performers in their own rights, combined they are amazing. Strongly recommended.

  • £11.70
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Maeve MacKinnon Fo Smuain

Maeve is from Barra. National Mod Gold medallist Maeve's first album. A great blend of songs with some very tasteful backing from great musicians including Blair Douglas, Dougie Pincock and Stevie Lawrence. Maeve is from Barra.

  • £11.70
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Maggie MacInnes Eilean Mara

Harp player & singer. Maggie comes from a long line of singers from Barra. Her main musical influence has been her mother, the highly-acclaimed traditional singer Flora MacNeil MBE, who passed on to her a deep love and understanding of Gaelic songs.

  • £12.68
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Margaret Callan Reflections Of Uist

Gaelic singing at its best. Gaelic singing at its best. Margaret, Mod Gold-medallist 1994, is accompanied by keyboard, cittern, accordion, jaw harp, percussion, piano, bagpipes, smallpipes, flute, percussion, bass guitar, acoustic guitar. Produced by Phil Cunningham.

  • £11.70
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Margaret Stewart & Allan MacDonald Colla Mo Run

Pibroch & Gaelic song. The clarity & precision of Margaret's voice and her deft intonation will certainly impress those who are already fans. Alan's Highland pipes set off Margaret's voice in the haunting airs, and his smallpipes provide a fitting backing for his own vocals.

  • £11.70
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Margaret Stewart & Allan MacDonald Fhuair Mi Pog

With Ingrid & Allan Henderson. Gaelic song & piping by two hugely talented artistes. The wonderful voice of Margaret MacDonald is recorded for the first time, both accompanied by piper Allan MacDonald & unaccompanied. The combination of pipes and Gaelic voice is stunning.

  • £11.70
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Margo Carruthers Talant Nam Bard

Gaelic songs from Nova Scotia. Gaelic songs from Nova Scotia, with warmth and integrity. Both traditionally unaccompanied songs and sophisticated arrangements with fiddle, piano, guitar, harp, bass and drums.

  • £11.70
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Mary Jane Lamond Bho Thir Nam Craobh

Gaelic Songs From Canada. Cape Breton is the home of much vibrant Gaelic culture. Mary Jane sings Gaelic songs of the area - waulking, weeping, loving, rejoicing, laughing. Crystal clear lyrics, bright settings and gentle accompaniment.

  • £11.70
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Various Clo Dubh, Clo Donn

Lots of old-style singers. Eighteen popular Gaelic songs by various singers, recorded from the 1950's to the present day for the School Of Scottish Studies archives.

  • £11.70
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MacKenzie Camhanach

Brilliant singing, trad. & new. Camhanach is a superb collection of traditional and self-penned songs, all performed by the Mackenzie sisters. Guest musicians include Blair Douglas, Ged Grimes, Fred Morrison, Sileas, John Martin, Arthur Cormack and Michael Marra.

  • £11.70
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Graham Neilson New Boat Old Rocks

Clear, pure, musical. A gloriously clear, pure and musical CD of mainly solo Gaelic song from the winner of the Inverness Mod in 1997. Graham's tone and singing style are extremely easy to listen to and equally easy to appreciate.

  • £12.72
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Iain MacKay Seoladh

Great backing musicians. One of the busiest Gaelic singers around. Most weekends are spent travelling over Scotland to sing to enthusiastic audiences. Iain, from Lewis, is accompanied by some of Scotland's best-known musicians.

  • £11.70
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Joan MacKenzie Seonag Niccoinnich

From The Island of Lewis. Twenty-one songs originally recorded for the School of Scottish Studies and the B.B.C. by the wonderful Gaelic singer Joan Mackenzie from the Isle Of Lewis.

  • £11.70
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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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