Freeland Barbour - An t-Eilean Àrd - The High Island

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October 2021

21 Tracks: Am Birlinn Latharna * Gavin Gray / Sandy Coghill * The Lads Wi' The Delicate Ears * Cille Mhoire * Gille Chaluim * The Piper's Wedding * Miss Wharton Duff * The Dark Island / Chi Mi Na Mor Bheanna * Highland Area's Salute To ICAS * Gradh Geal Mo Chridh' * Cailean Maclean's Welcome * The Argyllshire Gathering / An t-Eilean Ard * Eilean Fraoich * Katie Jane Of Lewis / O'er The Bows To Ballindalloch / Am Muileann Dubh * Traigh Orasaigh * Malaclete / The Shallow End * An Eala Bhan / Donald Carmichael Glassard Gathering / Aita's Delights * Mi'n Seo Nam Onar / Mo Run Geal Dileas /Mo Nighean Donn Bhoidheach / Soraidh Leis An Ait' * The Banjo Breakdown / Carloway Games Night / The Sauce On The Haggis * Sean-Bhean Bhocht / The Seven Stars * Dr Jean Balfour / Kirkforthar And Scourie / Mo Chuachag Laghach / Hey Ho My Bonnie Lass.

A collection of instrumental music from the Highland and Islands of Scotland from one of Scotland's musical legends, Freeland Barbour.

Freeland comes from Glen Fincastle near Pitlochry in Highland Perthshire and is well-known on the Scottish traditional music scene as a performer, composer, and radio and record producer.

He co-founded two highly successful ceilidh bands, The Wallochmor Ceilidh Band and The Occasionals, he has also been a member of The Ghillies, Silly Wizard, and the Faroese band Spealimenninir.

He was the original accordion tutor on the BA Degree course in Scottish traditional music at The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, he designs his own accordions and used to own and manage one of the UK's foremost recording studios, Castlesound in East Lothian.

Freeland Barbour (accordion), Alison Smith (fiddle), Ian Hardie (fiddle), Iain Fraser (fiddle).

"Freeland Barbour has played a vital role in the revitalisation of traditional music in Scotland". Folkworks.

"One of Scotland's great musical talents." The Scots Magazine.

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