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Artist Album Song Title. Song of the Seals Album Cover Art. Jean Redpath.

Jean Redpath sings The Wild Geese from the album A Fine Song For Singing which features Abby Newton on cello and Jay Ungar on fiddle

Redpath toured throughout the . and Canada, played venues in South America, Hong Kong, and Australia, including the Sydney Opera House, and performed often at the Edinburgh Folk Festival. In 1977, Royal Jubilee Year, Redpath appeared at a royal banquet at Edinburgh Castle for Queen Elizabeth I. .Starting in 1979, Redpath was a lecturer at the University of Stirling, Scotland, with occasional trips to teach at Wesleyan University. She gave courses for ten years in Scottish Song at the Heritage of Scotland Summer School at the University of Stirling. Letterman promoted her album By Request during her appearance, although the song "Some Kind of Love" does not appear on that album  . Song of the Seals (1978) Philo PH 1054. Father Adam (1979) Philo PH 1061.

Originally recorded in 1977 and reissued on CD in 1994, Song of the Seals is one of Jean Redpath's finest solo albums. As usual, she accompanies herself on guitar and, as is the case on a number of her records, she is also helped out by cellist Abby Newton, whose instrument adds a note of haunting melancholy to a number of the songs. Fiddler Jay Ungar contributes as well, but the focal point here is Redpath's sweetly rough mezzo-soprano and, of course, the songs themselves.

The Song of the Seals. The Song of the Seals Jean Redpath. This song is played at 93 Beats Per Minute (Andante), or 23 Measures/Bars Per Minute. Time Signature: 4/4. Use the Metronome below to practice at this tempo. Video The Song of the Seals. 6. Top Songs Jean Redpath. O, Were I on Parnassus Hill. The Songs of Robert Burns, Volumes 5 & 6.

This album contain 12 titles including a CD booklet with Jean's notes regarding each song. Jean Redpath was internationally known as a singer and lecturer of traditional Scottish ballads and was considered the foremost authority of the songs of Robert Burns. She was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and performed the songs of her native land for over thirty years. Redpath also appeared on such radio programs as Morning Pro Musica on Boston's WGBH public radio station. Between 1974 and 1987 Redpath was also a regular on Garrison Keillor's Prairie Home Companion radio show

Jean Redpath - Song of the Seals CD Cover. Song of the Seals by Jean Redpath was released on 1994-07-05 in USA. The Singer/Songwriter album has 12 tracks. Hot Albums by Jean Redpath.

All songs traditional except as noted. A5 is Child ballad B3 is Child ballad B5 is Child ballad 269. Manufactured in the USA Philo Records, Inc. The Barn, North Ferrisburg, Vermont 05473. Matrix, Runout (A-side runout, etched): PH 2015A Pete Helffrich. Matrix, Runout (B-side runout, etched): PH 2015B Pete Helffrich. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.

Tracklist

A1 Davy Faa 3:51
A2 Poor Rovin' Lassie 4:11
A3 Mill O' Tifty's Annie (Child 233) 5:20
A4 Highland Harry 1:57
A5 Polwarth On The Green 2:12
A6 The Song Of The Seals 4:34
B1 Dowie Dens O' Yarrow 4:24
B2 Logie O' Buchan 2:42
B3 College Boy 3:45
B4 Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre 4:06
B5 Birnie Bouzle/Johnny Lad 2:59
B6 Johnny My Man 3:47

Credits

  • Cello – Abby Newton
  • Design – Dennis Rosenberg, Peter Corriston
  • Engineer – Charles Eller
  • Fiddle – Jay Ungar
  • Photography By – Alen MacWeeney
  • Vocals, Guitar, Liner Notes, Producer – Jean Redpath

Notes

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 1167110544 4
Jean Redpath - Song Of The Seals FLAC album
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Song Of The Seals
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1790 mb
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Folk
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