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The Strathspey King

  • 1. Lucania Polka
    2. Allegory: The Miller O' Hirn/Mackenzie Frazer/The Auld Wheel
    3. Bagpipe Marches: Athole Highlanders' Farewell to Loch ...
    4. Celebrated Hornpipes: Arthur's Seat/Eugene Stratton/The Banks
    5. Highland Reels: Laird O' Thrums/Gavin M'Millan/Laird O'Drumblair/G ...
    6. Medley No. 2: Bonnie Lass O' Bon Accord/Marquis of Huntly's Farewell
    7. Highland Schottische No. 2: Sandy Cameron/Miller O' Hirn/The Glenlivet
    8. Triumph Country Dance: Triumph/Timour the Tartar/The Left Handed ...
    9. Home Sweet Home/The Iron Man Strathspey/The Bungalow Reel
    10. Cradle Song: Cradle Song/The Braes of Auchtertyre/The Athole ...
    11. Glengrant/Tulchan Lodge/The Parrot - Humorous Pizzicato
    12. Mrs. Scott Skinner/Mackenzie Hay/The Devil's Elbow
    13. Laird O' Drumblair: The Laird O' Drumblair/The Baker Reel/Will Ye ..., The
    14. Birlin Reels: The Auld Wheel/Spinning Wheel/Bride's Reel/Mackenzie ...
    15. German Scottische: Bohemian Melodies
    16. Goodbye Gramin/Johnny Steele/James Hardie
    17. Highland Scottische: Maggie Cameron/Athole Brose/The Devil in the ...
    18. Sean Trews/Whistle O'er the Lave O'T/Wha Widna Fecht for Charlie
    19. Freebooter/Tullochgorum/The East Neuk O' Fife, The
    20. Freebooter, The (Is Your Warpipe Asleep)/MacPherson's Rant/Tullochgorum and
    21. President - Air and Variations, The
    22. President - Air and Variations, The
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 2084

  • Credits

    THE STRATHSPEY KING features recordings by the legendary Scottish fiddler and composer James Scott Skinner (1843-1927).
    Personnel includes: James Scott Skinner (fiddle).
    Compilation producer: Robin Morton.
    Includes liner notes by Bruce MacGregor.
    Personnel: J. Scott Skinner (fiddle).
    Audio Remasterer: Robin Morton.
    Liner Note Author: Bruce MacGregor.
    Recording information: 1905-1922.
    These extraordinary recordings link us with a style first formed about 150 years ago, and a musical idiom not just dead but unjustly forgotten. ~ John Storm Roberts

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