Gordon Mooney - O'er The Border: Music Of The Scottish Borders Played On The Cauld Wind Pipes flac album
Title: O'er The Border: Music Of The Scottish Borders Played On The Cauld Wind Pipes
Country: UK & US
MP3 album: 1243 mb
FLAC album: 1154 mb
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Genre: Folk / World music
B1. The Highway To Linton/Cuddy's Wedding/The Douglas Tragedy/The Flower O' Yarrow. B2. The Broom O' The Cowdenknowes/Johnny Armstrong/Jamie Telfer. US: Distributed by Flying Fish Records, 1304 West Schubert, Chicago 60614, Illinois, USA. Subsidised by the Scottish Arts Council.
With Nigel Richard, Jo Miller, Dougie Pincock, Alan Reid, Brian Miller and Charlie Soane. The Cauld Wind (bellows blown) bagpipes have been enjoying a revival in interest over the past decade. Gordon demonstrates - the amazing versatility of the pipes that left me suitably amazed. Accompanying this album is an absolutely fascinating booklet explaining the history of the playing and the songs.
The administrative centre of the area is Newtown St Boswells.
In these pipes, sometimes called "cauld wind pipes", air is not heated or moistened by the player's breathing, so bellows-driven bagpipes can use more refined or delicate reeds. Because of the Scottish influences on the sport of curling, bagpipes are also the official instrument of the World Curling Federation and are commonly played during a ceremonial procession of teams before major curling championships. Bagpipe making was once a craft that produced instruments in many distinctive local traditional styles. In turn, this has led to many types of pipes developing a performance-led tradition, and indeed much modern music based on the dance music tradition played on bagpipes is no longer suitable for use as dance music. Bulgarian Kaba gaida player. The Scottish Great Highland bagpipe played at a Canadian military function.
Gordon Mooney has played the pipes since he was gobsmacked by the Highland bagpipes as a wee lad of seven, and discovered the world of grips, birls, torluaths, tachums, crunluaths and the piper's quest for T H E P E R F E C T R E E D. He has devoted many years to exploring, performing and recording the instruments an.
|1||Willie Allan's Fancy/Jimmy Allan's Fancy/Wee Totum Fogg|
|2||Mount Your Baggage/Go To Berwick, Johnny|
|3||The Bonnie Mill Dams O' Norham|
|4||The Twa Corbies|
|5||Hollin Green Hollin/Thomas The Rhymer/Young Benjie/Tam Lin|
|6||The Last Cradle Song/Duns Dings A'|
|7||The Highway To Linton/Cuddy's Wedding/The Douglas Tragedy/The Flower O' Yarrow|
|8||The Broom O' The Cowdenknowles/Johnny Armstrong/Jamie Telfer|
|9||Willie's Drowned In Yarrow|
|10||Teribus Ye Terioden|
|13||The Souters O' Selkirk/Seeking The Galloway/Jock O' The Side|
|14||John Anderson My Jo/Roxburgh Castle/The Braw Lads O' Jethart/Keiso Lasses|
|15||O'er The Border|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5018085203129
|TP 031||Gordon Mooney||O'er The Border (Music Of The Scottish Borders Played On The Cauld Wind Pipes) (LP)||Temple Records||TP 031||UK & US||1989|