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John A. MacDonald and Barbara MacDonald  - Scottish Fiddling album flac Performer: John A. MacDonald
Title: Scottish Fiddling
Style: Celtic
MP3 album: 1331 mb
FLAC album: 1868 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: AU WMA AUD WAV RA VOX DMF
Genre: Folk and Country

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Tracklist

A1 Medley Of Cape Breton Jigs 3:01
A2 Sir James Stewart (Slow Strathspey) Lady Betty Moore (Strathspey) The Earl Of Dirleton (Reel) Jamie MacGregory (Reel) 3:55
A3 My Brother Grant (Barbara MacDonald) Jig - The Five MacDonalds (Joan MacDonald Boes) Jig 2:50
A4 Shady Nook (Clog) King Of The Clans (Reel) Reefed Man'sil (Reel) 3:16
A5 Miller O'Hirn (Strathspey) Clach-Na-Cuddin (Strathspey) Lady Mae Moira (Reel) 3:00
A6 Muirdoc Morrison (Strathspey) Mrs. Dorothy MacDonald (John A. MacDonald)(Strathspey) Laggan Hall (Reel) 3:00
B1 Briley's Brook (March) Loch Caron (Reel) 3:25
B2 Buddy's Favorite (Jig) Bell's Of Queensville (Jig) Betty Lou's Fance (Jig) 3:15
B3 Victoria Road (March) Peter Milne's Strathspey - Hamtramk Harbour (Reel) 3:12
B4 Tulchan Lodge (Strathspey) Happy Tom (Strathspey) Left Handed Fiddler (Reel)
B5 Lady Francis Of Boharm's (Stathspey) The Duchess Of East Craig's (Strathspey) Tulloch Castle (Reel) The Marquis Of Dalkeith (Reel)
B6 Bonnie Ann (March) Memories Of Foot Cape (Strathspey) Mrs. Neil R. MacDonald's Reel - The Highlander's Rant (Reel)

Credits

  • Accompanied By, Piano – Barbara MacDonald (tracks: A1,A2,A4,A6, B2, B3,B5,B6)
  • Fiddle – John A. MacDonald (tracks: A1,A2,A4,A6, B2, B3,B5,B6)
  • Piano – Barbara MacDonald (tracks: A3,A4,B1,B4)