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Spellweaving: Ancient Music from the Highlands of Scotland

Barnaby Brown, Clare Salaman, Bill Taylor

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1
Hindorõdin hindodre "One of the Cragich"
Barnaby Brown
5:03
2
Cumha Mhic Leòid
Bill Taylor
15:35
3
Fear Pìoba Meata
Barnaby Brown; Bill Taylor
3:10
4
Cruinneachadh nan Sutharlanach
Clare Salaman
14:54
5
Hiorodotra Cheredeche
Barnaby Brown
3:47
6
Port na Srian
Bill Taylor
11:19
7
Pìobaireachd na Pàirce
Clare Salaman
10:59
8
Ceann Drochaid' Innse-bheiridh
Barnaby Brown; Bill Taylor; Clare Salaman
9:44
Total Playing Time    74:31
Vocalist and bagpipe player Barnaby Brown’s realizations bring the musical craftsmanship of a remote culture vividly to life on this fascinating programme, featuring Bill Taylor on lyres and harp and Clare Salaman on Hardanger fiddle, hurdy-gurdy and violin. The trio gives a voice back to some of Europe’s most illustrious ancient instruments and refocuses attention on a type of music whose trance inducing long spans and elaborate formal patterning echo the knots and spells of Celtic culture.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Delphian Studio Masters

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