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
rosebud by my early walk, A (The Shepherd's Wife)
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.
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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