Moira Anderson - Traditional Scottish Songs FLAC album
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Moira Anderson OBE (born 5 June 1938) is a Scottish singer. Moira Anderson was born on 5 June 1938 in Kirkintilloch, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. She was educated at Lenzie Academy, She then attended the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, before getting her big break in the media after a successful audition at the BBC. She landed her first job in the media, presenting the radio programme Can't Help Singing where she sang with some prestigious names from the world of opera
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About Traditional Scottish Music. Scotland is a Celtic-Germanic country, located to the north of England on the island of Great Britain. Celtic music has survived more strongly in Scotland than anywhere else except Ireland. There are traditional folk songs, which are generally melodic, haunting or rousing. These are often very region specific, and are performed today by a burgeoning variety of folk groups. Most famous of which is Capercaillie. Popular songs were originally produced by Music Hall performers such as Harry Lauder and Will Fyffe for the stage. More modern exponents of the style have included Andy Stewart, Glen Daly, Moira Anderson, Kenneth McKellar and the Alexander Brothers. Military music, typically massed pipes and drums.
MACCRIMMONS LAMENT (Scottish Traditional)~ FIONA HUNTER.
Scottish folk music (also Scottish traditional music) is music that uses forms that are identified as part of the Scottish musical tradition. There is evidence that there was a flourishing culture of popular music in Scotland during the late Middle Ages, but the only song with a melody to survive from this period is the "Pleugh Song". Many of the poems of this period were also originally songs, but for none has a notation of their music survived. Frequent guests included Moira Anderson (born 1938) and Kenneth McKeller (1927–2010), who enjoyed their own programmes
Album · 1999 · 20 Songs. The Big Scottish Party Album. The Robert Burns Collection (The Songs).
Traditional Scottish Folk refers to folk songs and folk singers from Scotland, who often incorporate traditional Scottish and Celtic music into their own style. The style encompasses both traditional Scottish folk and contemporary Irish folk, which blends the traditional with contemporary rock and folk influences. Overview . Artists . Albums . Songs . Traditional Scottish Folk Album Highlights.
FOR the typical Scot, there are some songs which don’t even require an introduction. In fact, you’ll probably be able to recite every last word. If, like me, you were born here and have been to more than five Scottish wedding receptions, birthday parties or sporting events, then there’s pretty much zero chance you won’t know the ten songs in this list. Sir Harry Lauder was a global star in his day. Picture: TSPL.
|1||A Rosebud By My Early Walk|
|2||O Whistle An' I'll Come To You|
|3||The Lea Rig|
|4||Ay Waukin O|
|5||My Heart Is Sair|
|6||A Highland Lad|
|7||Kenmure's On And Awa' Willie|
|8||O Wha Ma Babie-Clouts Will Buy|
|9||Last May A Braw Wooer|
|10||The Gallant Weaver|
|11||John Anderson, My Jo|
|12||Ye Banks And Braes O' Bonie Doon|
|13||Joy Of My Heart|
|14||For Prince Charlie|
|16||Deirdre's Farewell To Scotland|
|17||Willie's Gain To Melville Castle|
|18||An Eriksay Love Lilt|
|20||Charlie Is My Darling|
|21||There's Nae Luck About The House|
|23||Comin' Thro' The Rye|
|24||Think On Me|
|25||The Christ Child's Lullaby|
- Conductor – Iain Sutherland (tracks: 1 to 12), Peter Knight (tracks: 13 to 25)
- Orchestra – Peter Knight Orchestra
- Written-By – Traditional