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Concerto Caledonia: The Red Red Rose

Concerto Caledonia: The Red Red Rose (Delphian DCD34014)

The Red Red Rose
Songs and Tunes from 18th-century Scotland
Concerto Caledonia

Delphian DCD34014 (CD, UK, 2004 / 2008)

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Recorded on October 27, 2002 and January 25-26, 2003 in Crichton Collegiate Church, Pathhead, Scotland;
Produced by Paul Baxter;
Executive producer David McGuinness;
Digitally remastered in 2008;
Booklet editor: John Fallas

Musicians

Mhairi Lawson, soprano [1, 3, 5, 7-8, 10-11, 13, 21];
Jamie MacDougall, tenor [1, 3, 5, 7-8, 10-11, 13, 21];
Lucy Russell, violin [1, 3, 5, 7-8, 10-11, 13, 21];
David Greenberg, violin [2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 14-19];
Sarah Bevan-Baker, violins [1-21];
Katherine McGillivray, viola [1, 3, 5, 7-8, 10-11, 13, 21], viola d'amore [21];
Alison McGillivray, cello [1, 3, 5, 7-8, 10-11, 13, 21];
Steve Player, guitar [2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 14-19];
Dominic O'Dell, cello [2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 14-19];
David McGuinness, harpsichord, director [1-21]

Tracks

  1. The Slave's Lament (2.56)
  2. The Seal-Fisher's Song / Struagh Nach'eil Bodaich / A Highland Reel / Miss Murray's Reel (4.51)
  3. Cauld Kail in Aberdeen (Roud 8502) (3.22)
  4. Chiling o Guiry (4.48)
  5. The Broom of Cowdenknowes (Roud 92; Child 217; G/D 4:838) (3.48)
  6. The Broom of Cowdenknowes (Roud 92; Child 217; G/D 4:838) / Bonny Christy (3.33)
  7. The Red Red Rose (Roud 12946) (2.23)
  8. Now Westling Winds (Roud 6938) (4.12)
  9. Old Sir Simon the King (Roud 19776) (3.57)
  10. The Mutual Kiss (4.02)
  11. Reading Ends in Melancholy (The Second Song) (3.37)
  12. Gavott (4.59)
  13. Auld Robin Gray (Roud 2652) (5.18)
  14. Mrs Carnegie's Minuet (3.12)
  15. Air—Andante (2.59)
  16. Air—Allegro (1.26)
  17. Air—Allegro (1.19)
  18. Miss Burnett of Monboddo's Reel (0.39)
  19. Mrs Richard Walpole's Reel (0.45)
  20. John Hay's Bonny Lassie (3.47)
  21. Ae Fond Kiss (Roud V1011) (4.13)

> Folk Music > Records > Concerto Caledonia: Lion

Concerto Caledonia: Lion

Concerto Caledonia: Lion (Boxwood Box-905)

Lion
Concerto Caledonia

Boxwood Media Box-905 (CD, UK, 2007)

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Produced and edited by Davie McGuinness;
Recorded by Tony Kime at Crichton Collegiate Church, Midlothian, on September 22, 2003 and March 13, 2004, and at Nenthon School on September 7, 2004 and February 11,2005;
Additional recording by Jamie McLean at Butterstone, Nick Turner at Watercolour, and David McGuinness in Glasgow, Crichton and Montréal;
Mixed by Matt Parkin;
Mastered by Ben Turner, Finesplice;
Lion paintings by Joe Davie

Musicians

David Greenberg, violin;
David McGuinness, harpsichord, melodica, melodyhrn, digital piano;
Katherine McGillivray, viola, viola d'amore [10];
Alison McGillivray, cello, bass viol [11]

with
Lisa Milne, vocals [3, 6, 9, 13];
Daniel Johnston, home-made cassette Hi How Are You (1983) [5];
Chris Norman, flute [6];
Mary Ann Kennedy, vocals [10, 16];
Saran Bevan-Baker, violin 2 [17]

Tracks

  1. Duff: Miss Wharton Duff / Lady Georgina Russell's Reel / Mrs.Charles Stewart, Pettyvaich / Mrs.Gordon of Knockespoch (3.22)
  2. The Arses: Johny's Bare Arse / Dr. McGuinness / Maggys Covered Arse (3.04)
  3. Come My Children Dere / Carthy's March (3.54)
  4. Johnny Cope (3.34)
  5. Walking the Cow (3.33)
  6. Boredom (3.01)
  7. Road to Sanaig (4.58)
  8. Lastrumpony (3.44)
  9. Bon Accord (0.28)
  10. Christes Crosse (6.16)
  11. Piece de Viole D'Amour in D (0.24)
  12. Captain Hume's Lamentations (7.59)
  13. Remember Me My Deir (4.30)
  14. The Lorn (1.17)
  15. Polska (1.32)
  16. I See You Again (3.23)
  17. Coral (6.02)

Track 2b Katherine McGillivray;
Track 3a Alexander Montgomerie;
Track 3b Dave Swarbrick;
Track 4 Nathaniel Gow;
Track 5 Daniel Johnston;
Track 6 Howard Devoto / Pete Shelley;
Track 7 David McGillivray;
Track 8 James Oswald;
Track 9 Scottish psalter;
Track 10 Thomas Morley;
Track 11 Louis Toussand Milandre;
Track 12 Tobias Hume;
Track 13 anon 16th century Scots;
Track 14 Niel Gow;
Track 15 Stina Nordenstam;
Track 16 Astor Piazzolla

> Folk Music > Records > Concerto Caledonia: Late Night Sessions

Concerto Caledonia: Late Night Sessions

Concerto Caledonia: Late Night Sessions (Delphian DCD34093)

Late Night Sessions
Live at the Edinburgh International Festival

Concerto Caledonia

Delphian DCD34093 (CD, UK, 2010)

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Created for the Edinburgh International Festival 2009
and recorded live at the Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh on August 20, 22, 24 and 26, 2009 by Steve Portnoi;
Produced by David McGuinness;
Design: Drew Padrutt;
Cover image: Grant Ritchie

Musicians

Concerto Caledonia:
David McGuinness, harpsichord, fortepiano [2, 12], reed organ [2], melodica [13];
David Greenberg, violin, octave violin [11];
Chris Norman, flutes, whistle [13];
Allison McGillivray, cello, viol [1, 3-4, 6]

with
Bill Taylor, wire-strung clarsach, bray harp [3, 6];
Elizabeth Kenny, theorbe, lute [7];
Steve Player, guitar;
Patsy Seddon, clarsach;
Sarah Bevan-Baker, violin;
Nicolette Moonen, viola

and guests
Alasdair Roberts, vocals, guitar [1];
Michael Marra, vocals [2];
Martin Carthy, vocals, guitar [3];
Katharine Fuge, soprano [8, 11, 13]

Tracks

  1. The Book of Doves (4.19)
  2. Marshall-Burns (9.10)
  3. Sir Patrick Spens (Roud 41; Child 58; G/D 1:17) (6.00)
  4. The Duke of Athol's March (5.30)
  5. Jamaican Tunes (1.56)
  6. Paven (3.18)
  7. Chiling O Guiry (5.17)
  8. Alloway House (3.42)
  9. The Secret Kiss (2.45)
  10. The Scots Chaconne (3.18)
  11. Reading Ends in Melancholy (3.45)
  12. Allegro from Quartetto op 6 No 1 (6.08)
  13. Black Jock / Black, White, Yellow and Green (7.34)

All tracks trad. except
Track 1 Alasdair Roberts;
Track 5 C. McNab;
Track 6 Duncan Burnett;
Track 7 Burk Thumoth;
Track 9 James Oswald;
Track 10 John McLachlan?;
Track 11 John Abell;
Track 12 J. G. C. Schetky

> Folk Music > Records > Concerto Caledonia: Revenge of the Folksingers

Concerto Caledonia: Revenge of the Folksingers

Concerto Caledonia: Revenge of the Folksingers (Delphian DCD34108)

Revenge of the Folksingers
Concerto Caledonia

Delphian DCD34108 (CD, UK, 2011)

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Recorded on December 6, 2010 in the Britten Studio, Snape;
Parts of tracks 3, 5-6, 12 recorded in concert on December 5, 2010;
Bass and violone recorded in Studio 1, University of Glasgow on February 12, 2011;
Recorded by Steve Portnoi;
Produced by David McGuinness;
Design: Drew Padrutt;
Cover image: Grant Ritchie

Musicians

Jim Moray, vocals [1, 4, 11], guitar;
Mairi Campbell, vocals [2, 14, 16], viola, violin;
Alasdair Roberts, vocals [3, 7, 9, 12-13], guitar;
Olivia Chaney, vocals [5-6, 10, 15, 17], harmonium, piano, dulcitone, guitar;
Pamela Thorby, recorders, glockenspiel;
Clare Salaman, hurdy-gurdy, nyckelharpa;
Alison McGillivray, bass viol, cello, violone;
Bill Taylor, bray harp, clarsach;
Nick Halley, percussion, dulcitone;
David McGuinness, dulcitone, harpsichord, reed organ, melodica, bass guitar, piano

Tracks

  1. The Foggy Dew (Roud 558; Laws O3; G/D 7:1496) (2.19)
  2. The Salley Gardens (Roud V28639) (2.39)
  3. Bonnie Susie Cleland (Roud 45; Child 65) (5.02)
  4. My Lord of Marche Paven / Galliard: Or Voy-Je Bien / The Trees They Do Grow High (Roud 31; Laws O35; G/D 6:1222) (6.27)
  5. Swimming in the Longest River (4.14)
  6. Up in the Morning Early (Roud 8909) (3.49)
  7. The Sacred Nine and the Primal Horde (6.02)
  8. Mack Beth / Sheugare Candle (3.35)
  9. Psalm 124 / The Freedom Come-All-Ye / The Red-Haired Boy (3.18)
  10. Daddy Oh, I'm Hoovering (4.07)
  11. Delighted / The Lincolnshire Poacher (Roud 299) (3.41)
  12. False Lover John (Roud 21; Child 4; G/D 2:225; Henry H163) (4.59)
  13. OK, I'll Count to Eight (1.21)
  14. Laddie Lie Near Me (Roud V39584) (4.46)
  15. Losing What You Find (3.28)
  16. A Scots Tune / O Can Ye Sew Cushions (5.05)
  17. The King's Horses (4.49)

All tracks trad. arr. Concerto Caledonia except
Track 2 words W.B. Yeats, music trad. arr. Benjamin Britten;
Track 4a James Lauder;
Track 4b Nicolas de La Grotte;
Tracks 5, 10, 15, 17 Olivia Chaney;
Track 7 Alasdair Roberts;
Track 9a words William Whittingham, Scottish Psalter 1635;
Track 9b Hamish Henderson;
Track 11a David McGuinness;
Track 13 Ivor Cutler, Benjamin Britten

> Folk Music > Records > Concerto Caledonia: Captain Tobias Hume

Concerto Caledonia: Captain Tobias Hume

Concerto Caledonia: Captain Tobias Hume (Delphian DCD34140)

Captain Tobias Hume
A Scottish Soldier
Concerto Caledonia

Delphian DCD34140 (CD, UK, 2014)

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Produced by David McGuinness;
Recorded on August 16, 2012 in Crichton Collegiate Church, Midlothian;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Calum Malcolm;
Programme devised by David McGuinness and Alison McGillivray;
Booklet editor: Henry Howard;
Photography by Alex Woodward;
Coverpainting by Joe Davie;
Design by Drew Padrutt

Musicians

Thomas Walker, tenor;
Chris Norman, renaissance flutes;
Clare Salaman, nyckelharpa;
Elizabeth Keny, orpharion, theorbo;
Tommy Johansson, orpharion, cittern;
Alison McGillivray, lyra d'amore, bass viol;
Liam Byrne, tenor viol, bass viol;
David McGuinness, virginals, director

Tracks

  1. A Mery Conceit: The Queens Delight (1.51)
  2. What Greater Griefe (4.03)
  3. A Spanish Humor: The Lord Hayes Favoret (3.45)
  4. Fain Would I Change That Note (2.28)
  5. The Virgins Muse: The Lady Arbellaes Favoret (4.30)
  6. Be Merry A Day Will Come / A Toy / Ha Couragie (2.19)
  7. A Toy / A Merry Meeting (2.08)
  8. A Galliard 3 (1.54)
  9. Start: The Lady of Sussex Delight (2.03)
  10. A Pollish Vilanell (2.04)
  11. Tobacco (1.55)
  12. Maister Crasse His Almayne / A Galliard 5 (3.06)
  13. The Earle of Pembrookes Galiard (2.25)
  14. The Souldiers Song (1.39)
  15. A Souldiers Galiard (1.42)
  16. Tickell, Tickell / I Am Falling / Tickle Me Quickly (3.54)
  17. Captaine Humes Galliard (3.15)
  18. My Hope Is Revived: The Lady of Suffolkes Delight (1.55)
  19. Cease Leaden Slumber: The Queenes New-yeeres Gift (4.00)
  20. An Almayne / The Spirit of the Almayne (2.43)
  21. The Dukes Almaine: The Duke of Holstones Delight (1.56)
  22. Give You Good Morrowe Madam (1.34)

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Concerto Caledonia: Purcell's Revenge

Concerto Caledonia: Purcell's Revenge (Delphian DCD34161)

Purcell's Revenge
Sweeter Than Roses?
Concerto Caledonia

Delphian DCD34161 (CD, UK, 2015)

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Produced by David McGuinness;
Recorded on August 16, 2012 in Crichton Collegiate Church, Midlothian;
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Calum Malcolm;
Programme devised by David McGuinness and Alison McGillivray;
Booklet editor: Henry Howard;
Photography by Alex Woodward;
Coverpainting by Joe Davie;
Design by Drew Padrutt

Musicians

Olivia Chaney, vocals [2, 10, 12, 16, 18], harmonium [1, 10, 12, 14, 19, 21], guitar [2], reed organ [4], dulcitone [5, 9, 16], piano [12];
James Bowman, vocals [7];
Ana Silvera, vocals [4, 13, 17], dulcitone [17, 21];
Jim Moray, vocals [10, 15, 20], acoustic guitar [1, 10, 21], electric guitar [2, 12, 16-17], telecaster and devices [18];
Will Pound, harmonica [10, 21]

Concerto Caledonia:
Pamela Thorby, recorders;
Bill Taylor, harps;
Alison McGillivray, lyra d'amore, violone;
Clare Salaman, nyckelharpa, hurdy-gurdy;
Susanna Pell, bass viol;
David McMcGuinness, harpsichord, dulcitone, organs, director

Tracks

  1. Moonlight on the Green (variation by James Oswald 1710-1769) / Scotch Tune (Purcell, Amphitryon, Z572) (2.14)
  2. There’s Not a Swain on the Plain (Rule a Wife and Have a Wife, Z 587) (4.21)
  3. Rondeau (Abdelazer, Z570) (1.48)
  4. An Evening Hymn (Z193) (3.56)
  5. Fantazia in Four Parts, No. 11 in G (Z742) (2.59)
  6. A New Scotch Tune (Z655): Peggie I must love (Balcarres Lute Book) (2.12)
  7. Sweeter Than Roses (Pausanias, Z585) (3.25)
  8. First Music: Hornpipe (The Fairy Queen, Z629) (1.01)
  9. Fairest Isle (King Arthur, Z628) (3.44)
  10. Old Sir Simon the King (The Division Violin / Second Part of Musick’s Hand-maid) (3.54)
  11. Jigg (Second Part of Musick’s Hand-maid) (0.57)
  12. One Charming Night (The Fairy Queen, Z629) (3.42)
  13. Close Thine Eyes (Z184) (3.06)
  14. Jigg (Abdelazer, Z570) (1.49)
  15. Music for a While (Oedipus, Z583) (3.42)
  16. Cassiopeia (4.11)
  17. Halos (3.43)
  18. The Plaint (The Fairy Queen, Z629) (6.01)
  19. What Shall I Do to Show How Much I Love Her (Dioclesian, Z627) and variations by James Oswald, arr. David McGuinness (3.48)
  20. Aminta One Night Had Occasion to Piss (Z430) (2.22)
  21. Hornpipe on a Ground (The Married Beau, Z603) (3.00)

> Folk Music > Records > Concerto Caledonia: Nathaniel Gow's Dance Band

Concerto Caledonia: Nathaniel Gow's Dance Band

Concerto Caledonia: Nathaniel Gow's Dance Band (Concerto Caledonia CONCAL 13)

Nathaniel Gow's Dance Band
Fiddle Music from Scottish Printed Sources 1761-1823
Concerto Caledonia

Concerto Caledonia CONCAL 13 (CD, UK, February 2016)

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Produced and edited by David McGuinness;
Recorded by Matt Parkin in Crichton Collegiate Church on June 22-23, 2015;
Additional recording by Neil McDermott at Ardkinglas House and by Steve Reid at the University of Glasgow;
Mixed by Matt Parkin at the Royal College of Music;
Mastered by Denis Blackham at Skye Mastering;
Notes by David McGuinness;
Cover photo by Seán Purser;
Other photography by Matt Parkin, David NcGuinness;
Coverpainting by Joe Davie;
Design by Ewan McPherson

Musicians

Lauren MacColl, violin;
Shona Mooney, violin;
Aaron McGregor, violin;
Marie Fielding, violin;
Mairi Campbell, viola, violin;
Alison McGillivray, cello;
Callum Armstong, smallpipes, recorder;
David McMcGuinness, fortepiano, square piano

Tracks

  1. Mrs Rutherford of Egerston (2.29)
  2. The New Town of Edinburgh (3.30)
  3. Kheelum khallum taa fein (4.06)
  4. Largo's Fairy Dance: The Fairies Advancing, A Slow March (1.59)
  5. Largo's Fairy Dance: The Fairy Dance (1.15)
  6. The Marquis of Huntly's Welcome to Peterhead (2.22)
  7. The Marquis of Huntly's Recovery (2.33)
  8. Niel Gow's Lamentation for Abercarney (3.54)
  9. Stumpie Strathspey (2.43)
  10. Flee Over the Water (1.22)
  11. Vertigo (1.54)
  12. Invercauld's Strathspey (1.02)
  13. Invercaul's Reel (1.15)
  14. Port Gordon (3.18)
  15. Spring Field: Kelo House (1.55)
  16. The Downshire Camperdown Quick Step (2.25)
  17. The Honourable Miss Rollo's Reel (1.28)
  18. The Wives of Kilwinnon (2.25)
  19. The Lea Rig (4.09)
  20. Invercald's Rant (1.13)
  21. Invercauld's Reel (1.06)
  22. Miss Murray Ochtertyre (1.53)
  23. The Sailor Lassie (1.57)

Tracks 1, 16: Thomas Calvert, A Collection of Marches & Quicksteps, Straphspeys & Reels (1799);
Tracks 2-3, 13, 18, 23: Robert Bremner, A Second Collection of Scots Reels or Cuntry Dances (1761);
Tracks 4-5: Nathaniel Gow, Largo's Fairy Dance (1802);
Track 6: Revd. Dr. Laing;
Track 7: John Morison;
Tracks 8-10: Niel Gow, A Collection of Strathspey Reels (1784);
Track 11: Alexander McGlashan, A Collection of Scots Measures (1781);
Track 12: John Anderson, A Selection of the Most Approved Highland Strathspeys (1789);
Track 14, 17, 22: John Bowie, A Collection of Strathspey Reels & Country Dances (1789);
Track 15: Abraham Macintosh, A Collection of New Strathspey Reels (1796);
Track 19: Nathaniel Gow, The Ancient Curious Collections of Scotland (1823);
Track 20: Alexander McGlashan, A Collection of Strathspey Reels (1778);
Track 21: Robert Petrie, A Second Collection of Strathspey Reels (1796);

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