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Alison Kinnaird: The Harp Key—Crann Nan Teud

Alison Kinnaird: The Harp Key—Crann Nan Teud (Anvil ANV 003)

The Harp Key—Crann Nan Teud
Alison Kinnaird

Temple Records SH 001 (LP, UK, 1978)
Anvil Records ANV 003 (LP, Germany, 1979)
Temple Records COMD1001 (CD, UK, 1996)

Alison Kinnaird: The Harp Key—Crann Nan Teud (Temple COMD1001)
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Produced by Robin Morton;
Recorded and mixed by Calum Malcolm at Castlesound Studios, Edinburgh;
Sleeve notes by Frances Collinson

Musicians

Alison Kinnaird: clarsach (Scottish harp)

with
Dave Richardson: mandolin [2];
Cathal McConnell: whistle [2, 8], flute [8];
Patsy Seddon: clarsach [6, 10];
Wendy Stewart: clarsach [6, 10];
Jimmy Anderson: small pipes [9];
Aly Bain: fiddle [12]

Tracks

Side 1Side 2
  1. Rory Dall's Port (4.11)
  2. Princess Augusta (1.48)
  3. Caoineadh Rioghail (The Royal Lament) (2.54)
  4. Glenlivet / Castle Drummond (2.20)
  5. Balquhidder (2.04)
  6. Fluich An Oidhche / Heman Dubh (1.55)
  7. Port Atholl (3.42)
  8. Killiecrankie (3.05)
  1. Cumha Crann Nan Teud (The Lament for the Harp Key) (8.11)
  2. The Kid On The Mountain (2.07)
  3. Fuath Nam Fidhleirean (Contempt for Fiddlers) (1.57)
  4. Chapel Keithack (2.48)
  5. Grantown-On-Spey (2.39)
  6. Port Patrick (2.59)
CD bonus tracks
  1. The Rymer
  2. The Duchess of Buccleuchs Favourite / The Earl of Hadinton / Miss Charlotte Brodies Jig

All tracks trad. except
Track 2 Niel Gow;
Track 12 William Marshall

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Alison Kinnaird: The Scottish Harp

Alison Kinnaird: The Scottish Harp (Temple COMD2025)

The Scottish Harp
Alison Kinnaird

Temple Records COMD2025 (compilation CD, UK, 1998)

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Produced by Robin Morton;
Recorded at Temple Records Studios, Scotland except tracks 1-2, 8, 11 recorded by Calum Malcolm at Castlesound Studios, Edinburgh;
Front cover painting, graphics and sleeve design by John Haxby, Edinburgh;
Photography of Alison Kinnaird by Robin Morton

Musicians

Alison Kinnaird: clarsach (Scottish harp)

with
Ann Heymann: wire-strung harp [3b];
Lucy Carolan: harpsichord [6];
Brian McNeill: fiddle, viola [6];
Patsy Seddon: harp [8];
Wendy Stewart: harp [8];
Duncan McGillivray: Highland pipes [13];

Tracks

  1. Rory Dall's Port (3.54)
  2. Grantown-on-Spey (Baile Nan Granndach) (2.38)
  3. Bas Alastruim (The Death of Alasdair) / McAllistruim's March (3.30)
  4. Ellen's Dreams (2.43)
  5. Carrill's Lament (2.00)
  6. The Keiking Glasse (2.35)
  7. The Braidwood Waits (2.12)
  8. The Kid on the Mountain (2.06)
  9. McLoud's Salute (2.35)
  10. Cumh Easbig Earraghaal (The Bishop of Argyle's Lament) (5.04)
  11. Port Atholl (3.36)
  12. Cro Cinn t-Saile / The Kilbarchan Weaver (3.31)
  13. The Conundrum (3.06)
  14. Lady Livingstone / Dunkeld Steeple (3.23)
  15. Balfour Village / Shapinsay Polka (2.40)
  16. Ring of Crystal, Ring of Stone (6.23)

All tracks trad. arr. Alison Kinnaird except
Track 3b Ann Heymann;
Track 4 Robin Morton;
Tracks 7, 12b, 16 Alison Kinnaird;
Track 13 P.M. Peter R. MacLeod;
Track 14a Nathaniel Gow arr. Alison Kinnaird;
Track 14b Niel Gow arr. Alison Kinnaird;
Track 15a Bob Groat;
Track 15b John Sinclair

Tracks 1-2, 8, 11 are from The Harp Key (Temple SH001, 1978);
Tracks 5-6, 9, 13 are from The Harper's Gallery (Temple TP003, 1980);
Tracks 3-4, 7, 10 are from The Harper's Land (Temple TP012, 1983);
Track 12 is from Music in Trust (Temple TP022, 1988);
Tracks 14-16 are new recordings

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Boys of the Lough: Second Album (Trailer LER 2090) Boys of the Lough, Second Album, CD, Trailer LER 2090, 1973

A Celebration of Scottish Music (Temple COMD2003) Various Artists, A Celebration of Scottish Music, CD, Temple COMD2003, 1988

Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts: Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts (Pure PRCD01) Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts, Kate Rusby & Kathryn Roberts, CD, Pure PRCD01, 1995

Battlefield Band: Across the Borders (Temple COMD2065) Battlefield Band, Across the Borders, CD, Temple COMD2065, 1997

Kate Rusby: Hourglass (Pure PRCD02) Kate Rusby, Hourglass, CD, Pure PRCD02, 1997

The Rough Guide to Scottish Folk (World Music RGNET 1038 CD) Various Artists, The Rough Guide to Scottish Folk (First Edition), CD, World Music RGNET 1038 CD, 2002

Battlefield Band: Beg & Borrow… (Temple COMD2107) Battlefield Band, Beg & Borrow…, CD, Temple COMD2107, 2015