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Malcolm Martineau/Marie McLaughlin (Soprano Vocals): The Songs of Scotland

Track List

>Loch Lomond
>O, whistle an' I'll come tae ye, my lad, folk song
>Jock o' Hazeldean, traditional melody
>Comin' Thro' the Rye
>Ye Banks and Braes O' Bonnie Doon, folk song
>Dance to Your Daddy-Dance, Little Baby
>Flowers o' the Forest, The (from the Skene Manuscript, 1630), for voice
>Over the Sea to Skye (a.k.a. "The Skye Boat Song")
>Cockle Gatherer, folk song, The
>Fairy's Love Song, A
>Gallant Weaver, song, The
>Fidgety Bairn, folk song, The
>Keel Row, for voice & piano, The (Northumbrian Folk Song)
>There's nae luck about the house, folk song
>island sheiling song, An
>white cockade, The
>Bonnie wee thing
>Air Falalalo
>rosebud by my early walk, A (The Shepherd's Wife)
>Hush-A-Bye Birdie
>Eriskay Love Lilt, An
>My Love's in Germanie, folk song for chorus (BFMS unnumbered)
>Winter it is Past, The
>Tocherless Lass, song, The
>Laird o' Cockpen, song, The
>Kind Robin lo'es me, song
>Ca' the Ewes to the Knowes
>Queen's Maries, song
>Rowan Tree, The
>Bonnie Earl o' Moray, song, The
>Willie's Gang Tae Melville Castle
>Scots wha ha'e wi' Wallace bled (Bruce's address)
>Wee Cooper o' Fyfe, The

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

"Marie McLaughlin's gleaming yet often dark-hued soprano takes to this music as to the bothy born; and Edingurgh-born Malcolm Martineau heels and toes it with great imaginative finesse, tuning in to the physical essence of each song...Isobel Frayling-Cork's clarsach harps away eloquently..." ***** -Finch, BBC

Note: This title is rare and is considered a collector’s item. It is priced according to its common market value. If the record label that it is on goes on sale, it will also be reduced in price.

Album Notes

Personnel: Marie McLaughlin (vocals).

Liner Note Author: John Currie.

Recording information: St. George's, Bristol, England (04/14/1999-04/16/1999).

Photographer: Malcolm Crowthers.


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