Scotland's Voices



Scotland's Voices is an album of Scottish songs inspired by the painting 'Scotland's Voices' by Alexander (Sandy) Moffat, MBE. The picture features the folk song collector Hamish Henderson with his tape recorder and some of the key figures he recorded. All of those singers are featured on the collection along with a couple of extras.

Jeannie Robertson ‘MacCrimmon’s Lament’; Jimmy MacBeath ‘Tramps and Hawkers’; Jean Redpath ‘Auld Lang Syne’; Willie Scott ‘Jamie Telfer of The Fair Dodheid’; Dolina MacLennan ‘Tha Mi Duilich’ (I Am Sorrowful); Davie Stewart ‘McGinty’s Meal and Ale’; Aly Bain (with Ale Möller) ‘Hector The Hero’; Belle Stewart ‘The Berryfields of Blair’; Allan MacDonald (with Seudan) ‘Thogail nam Bó’ (MacFarlane’s Gathering); Willie Scott ‘The Kielder Hunt’; Jimmy MacBeath ‘Drumdelgie’; Flora MacNeil ‘Mhic Iain ‘Ic Sheumais’ (Son of John, Son of James); Belle Stewart ‘Queen Among The Heather’; Jeannie Robertson ‘The Battle of Harlaw’; Hugh MacDiarmid ‘The Watergaw’ (poem); Hamish Henderson ‘The Freedom Come All Ye’.

Check out our full collection of Scottish Singing CDs.

And our range of CDs from Greentrax Recordings.

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