Strip The Willow Kinlochard Ceilidh Band CD


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Strip The Willow Kinlochard Ceilidh Band CD

Welcome to the ceilidh! In this album the Kinlochard Ceilidh band start with a dance favourite, particularly with the younger set ‘Strip The Willow’, but this time, in true ceilidh style. The band give you a chance to catch your breath between dances and listen to the playing of the younger members of the band and their guests. The band includes three young fiddle players all from Aberfoyle and all medal winners at the Mod, two excellent clarsach (Celtic harp) players from Callander and Achiltubuie respectively, and contributions from the producer, Brian McAlpine on keyboards and studio engineer, Dave Scott on guitar.

The Kinlochard Ceilidh Band and Guests are:-

Accordion: Tommy Walker
Fiddles: Eilidh Campbell, Neil Ferguson, Ruairidh Campbell
Clarsachs: Marsha Luti and Laura Green
Keyboards: Brian McAlpine
Guitar: Dave Scott
Drums: Fergus Wood

1. ( Dance ) Strip the Willow
( Kenny Gillies of Portnalong Skye )
(The Jig of Slurs)
(Allen McPherson of Mosspark)
(The Humours of Glendart)

2.. Ashokan Farewell
( Ashokan Farewell )

3. ( Dance ) The Dashing White Sergeant
The Dashing White Sergeant
Aitken Drum
Bill Sutherland
Old French Air

4. ( Dance ) Shetland Waltzes
Doreen’s Waltz
Morven’s Waltz
THe Heroes of Longhope

5. Clarsach Feature
( Braveheart , The Theme from Braveheart )
Boo’s Jib

6. ( Dance ) The Military Two-Step
Lassie Come and Dance with Me
The Garden Where the Pirates Grow
Dear Old Donegal

7. Eilidh’s Reels
The Barrowburn Reel
Morag’s Reel

8. ( Dance ) The Gay Gordons
The Battle of Waterloo
Mrs McPherson of Inveran
Redford Cottage

9. Clarsach Feature
( Eilean Beag Donn a’Chuain ( Little Brown Island in the Sea ) )
The Seagull ( All Arranged by Laura Green and Eilidh Campbell)

10. Tommy’s Medley
Morag Alexander
Leaving Lunga
The 93rd’s Farewell to Edinburgh
Lemonville Jig

11. ( Dance ) The Canadian Barn Dance
Donald McLeod’s Farewell to Oban
Dr Ross’s Farewell to the Black Watch

12. Brian’s Spot
( Ardgour )

13. Neil’s Air & Reel
( Braigh Lochiall , The Banks of Locheil )
Fyrish Reel
Joe Cooley’s