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A Scots Tune

Coronach A Scots Tune

Scottish Renaissance music. This early music group from Inverness has an unique sound - full of vitality, producing unexpectedly exciting albums!! Meticulously researched but played with enthusiasm and freshness.

  • £12.68
Remember Me My Deir

Coronach Remember Me My Deir

Courtly song & music. Lively courtly music for voices & instruments from the time of Mary, Queen Of Scots. Played on Chalumeau, recorders, crumhorn, rebec, viol, harps, cello, cittern, lute, spinnet, organ, etc...

  • £12.68
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Hesperus Early American Roots

Bonnie Rideout on fiddle. Country dance tunes, improvisations & shape note hymns. Hesperus has performed throughout the United States, Southeast Asia, Latin America and Europe and have collected numerous awards.

  • £11.70
Airs For The Season

Leda Trio Airs For The Season

Composers D.Fowlis & J.Oswald. The Edinburgh based Leda Trio plays rare, interesting and beautiful music from 18th century Scotland by the composers David Foulis and James Oswald. Violin, cello and harpsichord.

  • £11.70
Notes Of Noy, Notes Of Joy

Rowallan Consort Notes Of Noy, Notes Of Joy

Harp, lute & voice. Robert Phillips and William Taylor uniquely combine the sound of the lute and the wire-strung harp (clarsach) to beautiful effect. With guest singers Mhairi Lawson and Paul Rendall, they have researched and perform songs and music dating from 1400-1700.

  • £11.70
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Various Music In The Great Hall

Ancient celtic instrumental. Instrumental music from the ancient Celtic lands performed by Sue Richards, Maggie Sansone, Bonnie Rideout, Marcia Diehl (recorders & pennywhistle), Jim Brooks (recorders & concertina), & Carolyn Surrick (viola da gamba).

  • £11.70

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