> Folk Music > Records > Bachué: Bachué Café

Bachué: Bachué Café

Bachué: Bachué Café (Highlander HRMCD01)

Bachué Café
Bachué

Highlander Music HRMCD01 (CD, UK, 1996)

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Recorded and mixed at The Sound Café, Penicuik, Scotland;
Engineered by Dave Gray;
Mixed by Dave Gray and Bachué Café;
Produced by Bachué Café;
Photography by Douglas Gibb;
Front cover by Scotte Henriksen;
Layout and graphics by Artysans

Musicians

Corrina Hewat, harp [1-2, 4-6, 8-10, 12], vocals [3, 5, 7, 11];
David Milligan, piano [1, 3-4, 6, 10-12], guitar [7-8];

with
Brian Shiels, double bass [1, 5, 8, 10, 12];
Davy Cattanach, percussion [1-2, 10, 12];
Iain Fraser, fiddle [9, 12];
Mairi Campbell, viola [3]

Tracks

  1. Morrison's Jig / The Ale Is Dear / Caitlin Na Aodha / Monaghan's Jig (6.45)
  2. Intermediate Fiddler (3.12)
  3. Lassie Lie Near Me (Roud V39584) (4.30)
  4. Roslin Castle / The Ewie With the Crooked Horn / The Hag With the Money (5.36)
  5. Waltzing's for Dreamers (3.02)
  6. Jig for D.G. (4.03)
  7. Auchindoon (Roud 4010; Child 183) (1.21)
  8. Jade's Cat / The Artist / Jimmy on the Moore (2.42)
  9. Are You Sleeping, Maggie? (Roud 4897) (2.42)
  10. Caroline's Dance / The Rolling Waves / The Brig o' Perth (5.47)
  11. Icarus (3.51)
  12. Brenda Stubbert's Reel / Cutting Bracken / Song of the Chanter / G Minor Reel (5.30)

All tracks trad. arr. Bachué Café except
Track 1c Máire Ní Chathasaigh;
Tracks 2, 8ab, 10a Corrina Hewat;
Track 3 Robert Burns, additional verses Peter Hall;
Track 5 Richard Thompson;
Track 6 David Milligan;
Track 8c Denis Cahill;
Track 11 Anne Lister

> Folk Music > Records > Bachué: A Certain Smile

Bachué: A Certain Smile

Bachué: A Certain Smile (Culburnie CUL114D)

A Certain Smile
Bachué

Culburnie Records CUL114D (CD, UK, 1999)

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Recorded and engineered by Dave Gray at The Sound Café, Ninemileburn, Penicuik, Scotland;
Engineered by Dave Gray;
Produced by Corrina Hewat and David Milligan;
Photography by Marc Marnie, Stagefright Photography;
Digital design and photo manipulation by John Haxby, art surgery

Musicians

Corrina Hewat, Scottish harp [1-2, 4-5, 7, 9-15], vocals [1, 3, 6, 8, 11, 14-15];
David Milligan, piano [1-2, 4-6, 8-11, 13, 15], guitar [3, 7, 12, 14];

with
Brian Shiels, double bass [1-4, 8-11, 15];
Davy Cattanach, percussion [1-3, 7, 9, 11, 15];
Phil Bancroft, tenor saxophone [5], soprano saxophone [15];
Horse McDonald, harmony vocals [1, 3, 14]

Tracks

  1. A Certain Smile (1.34)
  2. Walk: Gravel Walk / Kissin' Is the Best of A' / Robert the Minnow (5.02)
  3. My Johnny Was a Shoemaker (Roud 1388; G/D 8:1848) (2.00)
  4. Disnae: Sgian Dubh / Disnae Waltz (5.02)
  5. The Phrayes (4.55)
  6. Ballad of the Sad Young Men (3.59)
  7. Marsaili Stewart Skinner (4.38)
  8. If I Were a Blackbird (Roud 387; Henry H79) (4.19)
  9. The Music Box: Colin's / The Humours of Barrack Street / Charlie Hunters Jig (4.48)
  10. Plums: Lyndsay Grace Johnson / This Is Just to Say (4.14)
  11. The Birken Tree (Roud 5069; G/D 4:802) (4.20)
  12. Set to Right: The Warlock / The Arras Fisherman / The Rights of Man (5.31)
  13. Fiddle-iddle (2.03)
  14. Loving Hannah (Roud 454; G/D 6:1192; Henry H625) (4.03)
  15. The Beaten Track / A Certain Smile (3.54)

All tracks trad. arr. Bachué Café except
Tracks 1, 9a, 15b Corrina Hewat, David Milligan;
Track 2c John Cunningham;
Tracks 4b, 15a David Milligan;
Tracks 5, 7, 10a, 12b, 13 Corrina Hewat;
Track 6 Fran Landesman, Tommy Wolf Jr.;
Track 9c Bobby McLeod;
Track 10b Ross Milligan;
Track 12a Robert Lowe

> Folk Music > Records > Corrina Hewat & Light Music: Photons in Vapour

Corrina Hewat & Light Music: Photons in Vapour

Corrina Hewat & Light Music: Photons in Vapour (Tob TRCD 007)

Photons in Vapour
Corrina Hewat & Light Music

Tob Records TRCD 007 (CD, UK, January 2000)

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Commission by An Tobar, Isle of Mull

Tracks

  1. Photons in Vapour (9.09)
  2. Waves and Particles (14.28)
  3. The Endless Photograph (7.22)
  4. Sunboat (10.25)

Composed by Corrina Hewat

> Folk Music > Records > Shine: Sugarcane

Shine: Sugarcane

Shine: Sugarcane (Chocolate CHOC001CD)

Sugarcane
Shine

Chocolate Records CHOC001CD (CD, UK, 2001, re-issued May 19, 2014)

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Recorded by Nik Kinloch at Kinky Studio, Edinburgh, and by Dave Gray at The Sound Café, Ninemileburn, Penicuik, Scotland;
Mixed by Nik Kinloch;
Produced by Jim Sutherland;
Photos and concepts by Craig Mackay;
Design and artwork by Alister MacInnes

Musicians

Alyth McCormack, vocals;
Corrina Hewat, electro harp, vocals;
Mary Macmaster, electro harp, vocals

Tracks

  1. Seinn (4.33)
  2. Alasdair Og (2.36)
  3. Sugarcane (4.50)
  4. Small Wars (4.54)
  5. Braigh Loch Iall (3.41)
  6. Tocher (1.49)
  7. Heidi / Bothan (3.43)
  8. Fields of Gold (3.37)
  9. Who Are You? (3.57)
  10. Gloomy Winter (4.30)
  11. Be Siud (2.36)
  12. Ruidhleadh (3.17)
  13. Gloomy December (3.11)
  14. Happed in Mist (3.42)

All tracks trad. arr. Shine except
Track 3 Ali McInnes;
Track 4 Rick Taylor;
Tracks 5, 13 words Robert Burns;
Track 7a Rory Campbell;
Track 8 Sting;
Track 9 Lindsey Black;
Track 10 words Robert Tannahill;
Track 14 Michael Marra

> Folk Music > Records > Corrina Hewat: My Favourite Place

Corrina Hewat: My Favourite Place

Corrina Hewat: My Favourite Place (Foot Stompin' CDFSR1719)

My Favourite Place
Corrina Hewat

Foot Stompin' Records CDFSR1719 (CD, UK, May 19, 2003)

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Produced by Corrina Hewat;
Recorded at Sound Café Studio, Ninemileburn, Penicuik, Scotland;
Engineered by Dave Gray;
Mastered by Geoff Allan at CaVa Studios, Glasgow;
Photography and montage by Olivia Rutherford;
Make up and hair by Heather McLeod;
Designed by The 16K Design Work

Musicians

Corrina Hewat, electroharp [1-2, 4-11], vocals [1, 3, 6, 8, 12];
David Milligan, piano [1-2, 7, 10, 12];
Donald Hay, drums [2, 5, 7, 10, 12];
Karine Polwart, vocals [3, 8]

Tracks

  1. Sheath and Knife (Roud 3960; Child 16) (3.43)
  2. My Favourite Place (4.10)
  3. The Banks of the Nile (Roud 950; Laws N9; G/D 1:99; Henry H238a) (4.27)
  4. Harmonics / Martyns Jig (4.15)
  5. The Bear Dance (3.16)
  6. Ae Fond Kiss (Roud V1011) (4.47)
  7. Brose and Butter (Roud 12585) / Drops of Brandy (2.55)
  8. When I Dream (3.19)
  9. Traffic (5.19)
  10. Hogties Jig / Baltic Square Jig (2.31)
  11. Sharon and Mark (3.52)
  12. A Raft of Oak (4.18)

All tracks trad. arr. Corrina Hewat except
Tracks 2, 4, 9, 11-12 Corrina Hewat;
Track 6 Robert Burns arr. Corrina Hewat;
Track 8 Sandy Mason Theoret;
Track 10a Phil Cunningham;
Track 10b Julian Sutton

> Folk Music > Records > Bachué: The Butterfly

Bachué: The Butterfly

Bachué: The Butterfly (Big Bash BBRCD015)

The Butterfly
Bachué

Big Bash Records BBRCD015 (CD, UK, January 1, 2004)

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Recorded by Ben Ivitsky at the Bamboo Hut, Heriot, Scotland;
Additional recording by Dave Gray at The Sound Café, Ninemileburn, Penicuik, Scotland;
Mixed and mastered by Dave Gray and Bachué at The Sound Café;
Produced by Corrina Hewat and David Milligan;
Design and layout by Corrina Hewat and David Milligan

Musicians

Corrina Hewat, Scottish harp, vocals;
David Milligan, piano

with
Donald Hay, drums;
Colin Steele, trumpet [1, 6, 8-10]

Tracks

  1. Rencontre (4.45)
  2. Light of the Moon (5.12)
  3. Eilidh Shaw's Trip in Germany / The Balnain Reel (5.21)
  4. Khazie / Trip to London / Cleveland Park (4.15)
  5. Orphan's Wedding (5.04)
  6. The Baker Woman (5.05)
  7. Not Only But Oslo / Taking the Tent Down (6.04)
  8. Mirk, Mirk Is the Midnight Hour (Roud 49; Child 76; G/D 6:1226) (5.57)
  9. Gin Ye Kiss My Wife, I'll Tell the Minister / Ted's Rant (6.54)
  10. Rumble Thy Bellyful (4.16)
  11. In My Prime (5.46 )

Track 1 Myrdhin;
Tracks 2, 3b, 6, 9b Corrina Hewat;
Track 3a Ian Lowthian;
Track 4a John McCusker;
Tracks 4b, 9a, 11 trad.;
Track 4c Ivan Drever;
Track 5 Andy M. Stewart;
Track 7a David Milligan;
Track 7b Julian Sutton;
Track 8 words Robert Burns, music trad.;
Track 10 Liz Knowles

> Folk Music > Records > The Dunedin Consort: Silhouette

The Dunedin Consort: Silhouette

The Dunedin Consort: Silhouette (Tob TRCD 015)

Silhouette
Music for six voices composed by Corrina Hewat
The Dunedin Consort

Tob Records TRCD 015 (CD, UK, 2004)

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Music for six voices composed by Corrina Hewat
with poetry by E. E. Cummings and Judith Jardine;
Commissioned by An Tobar, The Tobermory Arts Centre;
Recorded live at Tobermory Fishermen's Pier on July 22, 2003

Musicians

Susan Hamilton, Rowena Smith, sopranos;
Anne Lewis, alto;
Harvey Brough, Ashley Turnell, tenors;
Chris Adams, bass

Tracks

  1. North (3.31)
  2. Silhouettes (6.44)
  3. South (2.33)
  4. North Revisited (6.17)
  5. South Revisited (4.03)

Composed by Corrina Hewat

> Folk Music > Records > The Unusual Suspects: Live in Scotland

The Unusual Suspects: Live in Scotland

The Unusual Suspects: Live in Scotland (Foot Stompin' CDFSR1727)

Live in Scotland
The Unusual Suspects

Foot Stompin' Records CDFSR1727 (CD, UK, 2004)

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Recorded live at Eden Court Theatre, Inverness and Queen's Hall, Edinburgh, in February 2004;
Location recording by Dave Gray;
Live engineer Cammy Young;
Mixed by Corrina Hewat, David Milligan and Dave Gray;
Mastered by Geoff Allan at CaVa Studios, Glasgow;
Produced by Corrina Hewat and David Milligan;
Design and layout by The 16K Design Works

Musicians

Musical directors:
Corrina Hewat, harp, vocals;
David Milligan, piano

Band:
Aidan O'Rourke, Bruce MacGregor, Chris Stout, Catriona Macdonald, Eilidh Shaw, fiddles;
Colin Steele, Ryan Quigley, trumpets;
Phil Bancroft, saxophone;
Rick Taylor, Trombone;
Annie Grace, pipes, whistles, vocals;
Finlay Macdonald, Rory Campbell, pipes, whistles;
Emily Smith, accordion, vocals;
Brian McAlpine, accordion;
Marc Clement, guitar;
John Morran, bouzouki, vocals;
Ewen Vernal, bass;
James Mackintosh, drums, percussion;
Donald Hay, percussion

Tracks

  1. The Big Set: Wee Michael's March / The Balnain Reel / The Slot / Willie's Auld Trews / Peter Mann's Reel / The Pirriwig / Trip to Windsor (8.53)
  2. Donald MacGillavry (Roud V5328) (4.00)
  3. Bulgarian Ceilidh: Bulgarian Red / Waves of Rush / Wes & Maggie's Ceilidh (5.20)
  4. Sae Will We Yet (5.27)
  5. Solo (3.42)
  6. Bass Strathspey Set: The Bass Strathspey / The Twisted Bridge / The Sidestep / Lexie MacAskill (7.30)
  7. Fiddle Frenzy: The 70th Year / Tam the Banjo / Mince in a Basket (5.34)
  8. Cold Blow (Roud 135; G/D 4:778) / There's Time to Wait (4.31)
  9. Intro: Intro / Donald McLeod's Reel / The Islay Ranters (5.05)
  10. Box Set: The Heights of Cassino / Grindaboo / Jock the Box - jig & reel (6.42)
  11. Follow the Heron (3.41)
  12. Encore: The Famous Baravan / The Old Woman's Dance / Donald Willie and His Dog (4.21)

Track 1a John McCusker;
Tracks 1b, 6a Corrina Hewat;
Track 1c David Milligan;
Tracks 1df, 2, 6b, 8a, 9b trad.;
Tracks 1e Kathryn Tickell;
Tracks 1g D.R. MacDonald;
Track 11 Karine Polwart;
Track 3a C. McKerron;
Track 3b Aidan O'Rourke;
Track 3c L. McCann;
Track 4 words W. Watson, music trad.;
Track 5 Phil Bancroft, Ewan Vernal;
Track 6c Colin Steele;
Track 6d J. MacAskill;
Track 7a, 9c C. McKerron;
Track 7b Eilidh Shaw;
Track 7c C. McLaughlin;
Track 8b Rory Campbell;
Tracks 9a Corrina Hewat, David Milligan;
Track 10a D. McRae;
Track 10b D. Riddle;
Track 10c Finlay Macdonald;
Track 12a G. Duncan;
Track 12b D. MacLeod;
Track 12c D. Morrison

Video

The Big Set, live at Eden Court Theatre, 2004:

> Folk Music > Records > Corrina Hewat: The Ballad of Eppie Moray

Corrina Hewat: The Ballad of Eppie Moray

Corrina Hewat: The Ballad of Eppie Moray

The Ballad of Eppie Moray
Corrina Hewat

Foot Stompin' Records (CD single, UK, 2005)

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A twelve minute epic arrangement of the Scottish ballad of Eppie Moray and her escape from rape and forced marriage, commissioned by Women In Music for Corrina Hewat and the other six women in the Unusual Suspects, performed in October 2005, and released on CD.

Recorded by Mattie Foulds at The Bothy, Elibank

Musicians

Annie Grace, pipes, whistles, vocals;
Catriona Macdonald, Clare McLaughlin, fiddles;
Corrina Hewat, harp, vocals;
Eilidh Shaw, fiddle, vocals;
Emily Smith, accordion, vocals;
Karine Polwart, vocals

Tracks

  1. The Ballad of Eppie Moray (Roud 2583; Child 223)

words trad., music Corrina Hewat

> Folk Music > Records > Kathryn Tickell & Corrina Hewat: The Sky Didn't Fall

Kathryn Tickell & Corrina Hewat: The Sky Didn't Fall

Kathryn Tickell & Corrina Hewat: The Sky Didn't Fall (Park PRKCD 88)

The Sky Didn't Fall
Kathryn Tickell & Corrina Hewat

Park Records PRK CD88 (CD, UK, February 2006)

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Recorded, mixed and mastered by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios, Pencaitland, Scotland;
Produced by Kathryn Tickell and Corrina Hewat;
Photographs by Tom Pickard and Heidi Pearson;
Cover ideas by Corrina Hewat and David Milligan;
Artwork and design by Gwen Morgan

Musicians

Kathryn Tickell, Northumbrian pipes, fiddle, vocals;
Corrina Hewat, Scottish harp, vocals

Tracks

  1. Favourite Place (1.06)
  2. Brig Set: Peewits Hornpipe / Brig o' Perth / Left-Handed Fiddler (3.33)
  3. Brose and Butter (Roud 12585) / Bob and Joan / Drops of Brandy (5.24)
  4. There'll Never Be Peace Until Jamie Comes Hame (Roud 5782) (3.16)
  5. Mike to Mutt: Mike's Waltz / Macdonald's Jig / Mutt's Jig / Mutt's Favourite (4.52)
  6. Fause, Fause (Roud 8276) (3.17)
  7. Hawthorn: Hawthorn / Elmo Lives Downstairs / Dolina Mackay (6.54)
  8. Felton Lonnen (Roud 3166) / Can Ye Sew Cushions? (Roud 5527) (3.41)
  9. The Lads: Drover Lads / Cameron Highlanders (2.40)
  10. My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose (Roud 12946) (3.21)
  11. Favourite Place: Favourite Place / My Favourite Place / Cheviot Hills / Warksburn Waltz (10.41)

Tracks 1 words Kathryn Tickell, music Corrina Hewat;
Tracks 2a, 5c, 7a, 11bc Kathryn Tickell;
Tracks 2b, 3, 6, 8, 9a, 11d trad.;
Track 2c, 9b James Scott Skinner;
Track 4, 10 Robert Burns;
Track 5a Mike Katz;
Track 5b, 7b, 11a Corrina Hewat;
Track 5d Jerry Holland;
Track 7c John MacInnes;
Track 8 words trad. / Johnny Handle, music trad.

> Folk Music > Records > Corrina Hewat: Harp I Do

Corrina Hewat: Harp I Do

Corrina Hewat: Harp I Do (Big Bash BBRCD016)

Harp I Do
Corrina Hewat

Big Bash Records BBRCD016 (CD, UK, January 8, 2008)

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Recorded and mixed on April 18-19, 2008 by Mattie Foulds at The Farm Cottage;
Mastered by Peter Haigh at Pier House Studio, Edinburgh;
Produced by Corrina Hewat;
Photographs of Corrina by Lieve Boussauw;
Artwork by Van Gill Media & The Arian Crow

Musicians

Corrina Hewat, Scottish harp

Tracks

  1. The Berserk / Nana's Walkabout (5.49)
  2. Fourteen Years (4.54)
  3. Amberanna (3.45)
  4. Suntrap / Ratman (6.48)
  5. My Love I Miss Her So / Dodging the Frogs / The Rizla (6.46)
  6. Milligan's Waltz (4.44)
  7. Ledger's Lines / Bogle's Majority / Peeler's Jacket (4.52)
  8. Sister's Lament (Rorie Dall's Lament for His Sister) (7.49)
  9. New Voice (4.58)

All tracks by Corrina Hewat except
Track 1b Johnny Cunningham;
Track 3 Ian Carr;
Track 5a Peter Ostroushko;
Track 5c Charlie McKerron;
Track 7a Mike Vass;
Track 7b Anna Massie;
Tracks 7c, 8 trad.

> Folk Music > Records > The Unusual Suspects: Big Like This

The Unusual Suspects: Big Like This

The Unusual Suspects: Big Like This (Big Bash Records BBRCD017)

Big Like This
The Unusual Suspects

Big Bash Records BBRCD017 (CD, UK, 2010)

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Recorded February 2010 at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall;
Engineered by Calum Malcolm and Cameron Malcolm;
Mixed and mastered by Calum Malcolm;
Produced by Calum Malcolm, Corrina Hewat and Dave Milligan;
Musician photographs by Lieve Boussauw;
Layout and design by Van Gill Media & The Arian Crew

Musicians

Corrina Hewat, harp, vocals;
Dave Milligan, piano;
Anna Massie, Catriona Macdonald, Eilidh Shaw, fiddles;
Calum MacCrimmon, pipes, whistle;
Donal Brown, pipes, flute;
Mairearad Green, accordion, pipes;
Ewan Robertson, guitar, vocal;
Rick Taylor, trombone;
Nigel Hitchcock, saxophone;
Ryan Quigley, trumpet, flugelhorn;
Colin Steele, trumpet;
Alyn Cosker, drums;
Donald Hay, percussion;
Tom Lyne, bass

with guest
Annie Grace, vocals

Tracks

  1. Pressed for Time / Hull's Reel / St. Kilda Wedding (5.50)
  2. Grappa Groove / Not Only But Oslo / Elmo Lives Downstairs (7.17)
  3. Fine Floo'ers (Roud 9; Child 20; G/D 2:193) (4.46)
  4. Time Wears Awa' (Roud 21760) (4.43)
  5. May Thy Morn (3.53)
  6. Under the Influence / Lost in Oberlin / Duns Dings A' (3.52)
  7. Both Sides the Tweed (Roud 8913) (3.41)
  8. Ted's Polska / Sandy Broons / Bogle's Majority / Chloe's Passion (6.17)

The Lorient Suite

  1. Part I - A Gala Affair (4.26)
  2. Part II - Plan B Flat (2.02)
  3. Part III - The Pavilion Jig (2.25)
  4. Part IV - Lose the Tude (2.33)
  5. Part V - The Drummers' Revolt / A Gala Affair (Reprise) (3.59)

Track 1a Gordon Duncan;
Track 1b John Morris Rankin;
Tracks 1c, 2, 4, 6c trad.;
Track 3a Eilidh Shaw;
Track 3b Dave Milligan;
Tracks 3c, 6b, 8a Corrina Hewat;
Track 5 words Robert Burns;
Track 6a Calum MacCrimmon;
Track 7 words trad., Dick Gaughan;
Track 8b Gavin Marwick, Jonny Hardie;
Track 8c Anna Massie;
Track 8d Dr. Angus Macdonald;
Tracks 9-13 Corrina Hewat, Dave Milligan

> Folk Music > Records > Corrina Hewat: Scottish Harp

Corrina Hewat: Scottish Harp

Corrina Hewat: Scottish Harp ()

Scottish Harp
A Collection of Original and Scottish Traditional Tunes Arranged for the Celtic Harp
Corrina Hewat

Taigh na Teud ISBN 1-871931-03-7, (book, UK, 2002 / 2nd edition 2014)
Taigh na Teud (digital download, UK, April 2014)

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Recorded by David Gray at Sound Café, Ninemileburn, Penicuik;
Photos by Craig MacKay and Douglas Gibb;
Cover design and layout by Ruth Johnston

Musicians

Corrina Hewat, harp

Album Tracks

  1. Oran Na Maighdinn Mhara (2.48)
  2. Tuireadh Iain Ruaidh (2.26)
  3. Marry Me Now (1.21)
  4. The Massacre of Glencoe (2.49)
  5. The Ewie With the Crooked Horn (2.10)
  6. Gin Ye Kiss My Wife, I'll Tell the Minister (3.13)
  7. Lindsay Grace Johnson (2.27)
  8. Drover Lads (2.16)
  9. Isle of Aigas (4.07)
  10. The Old Reel / G Minor Reel (2.51)
  11. The Warlocks (2.14)
  12. Jade's Cat (2.36)
  13. Marsaili Stewart Skinner (4.10)
  14. Maggie's Pancakes (2.01)
  15. Sgian Dubh (3.10)
  16. Intermediate Fiddler (1.54)
  17. Skyedancing (3.40)

> Folk Music > Records > Shine: Fire & Frost

Shine: Fire & Frost

Shine: Fire & Frost (Chocolate CHOC002CD)

Fire & Frost
Shine

Chocolate Records CHOC002CD (EP, UK, November 18, 2015)

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Recorded by Ben Seal at Elm Studios, Craigrothie;
Mastered by Stuart Hamilton at Castlesound Studios;
Photography by Seán Purser and Fiona Rennie;
Artwork and design by Van Gill Media

Musicians

Mary Macmaster, vocals, electro harp;
Alyth McCormack, vocals, glockenspiel;
Corrina Hewat, vocals, electro harp

Tracks

  1. Christ Child's Lullaby: Christ Bairn's Lullaby / Talladh ar Slanair (4.56)
  2. Patapan (3.54)
  3. The Holly and the Ivy (3.34)
  4. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen / All Shall Be Well (3.43)
  5. The Christmas Song (2.02)

Track 1a words Karine Polwat, Corrina Hewat, Annie Grace;
Track 1b words Fr. Ranald Rankin;
Track 2 Bernard de La Monnoye (1641-1728);
Track 3 trad., from Cecil Sharp's English Folk-Chorals (1911);
Track 4a trad. 16th century;
Track 4b words attributed to Julian of Norwich (1342-1416);
Track 5 Bob Wells and Mel Tormé, arranged Corrina Hewat

> Folk Music > Records > Corrina Hewat

Other records with Corrina Hewat

Note: This is just a list of my CDs that Corrina plays on. For a full discography see her own biography.

Chantan, Primary Colours, CD, Culburnie CUL108D, 1998

Various Artists, Scottish Love Songs, CD, Tartan Tapes CDTT1003, 1998

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Burns Volume 4, CD, Linn CKD 083, 1998

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Burns Volume 5, CD, Linn CKD 086, 1998

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Burns Volume 6, CD, Linn CKD 099, 1999

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Burns Volume 7, CD, Linn CKD 107, 1999

Abby Newton, Castles, Kirks and Caves, CD, Redwing RWMCD 5410, 2001

Various Artists, Scots Women: Live from Celtic Connections 2001, 2 CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 213D, 2002

Karine Polwart, Faultlines, CD, Neon NEONCD005, 2004

Various Artists, Cold Blow These Winter Winds, CD, Green Linnet GLCD 1229, 2004

Various Artists, Scottish Women: Scotland's Queens of Songs Recorded Live on Tour 2002, CD, Greentrax CDTRAX 261, 2004

Karine Polwart, Scribbled in Chalk, CD, Spit & Polish SPIT028, 2006

Various Artists, The Complete Songs of Robert Tannahill Volume I, CD, Brechin All CDBAR003, 2006

Bella Hardy, Night Visiting, CD, Noe NOE01, 2007

Bella Hardy, In the Shadow of Mountains, CD, Noe NOE02, 2009

Lau, Arc Light, CD, Reveal REVEAL001CDX, 2009

Sandy Wright & the Toxic Cowboys / Various Artists, The Songs of Sandy Wright, 2 CD, Navigator NAVIGATOR23, 2010

Various Artists, Folk Against Fascism, 2 CD, Folk Against Fascism FAF1CD, 2010

Bella Hardy, Songs Lost & Stolen, CD, Navigator NAVIGATOR 45, 2011

Julienne Taylor The Heart Within, SACD, Evolution EVSA142S, 2011

Kim Edgar, The Ornate Lie, CD, Quietly Fantastic QFM003, 2012

James Robertson, The Boy and the Bunnet, book with CD, Big Sky Press, ISBN 978-0-9569578-2-5, 2012

Alasdair Roberts & Robin Robertson, Hirta Songs, CD, Stone Tape STR-006CD, 2013

Rachel Newton, Changeling, CD, Shadowside SHADOW1, 2014

Martin Green, Flit, CD, Reveal REVEAL062CDX, 2016

Martin Green, A Pocket of Wind Resistance, CD, Hudson HUD005CD, November 17, 2017