(1998) 13 tracks: Flowers of Edinburgh / The St Kilda Wedding * Loch Lomond / Loch Ruan / Loch Maree * Pennan Den * Stones of Stenness / Killiecrankie * Arniston Castle / Inver Lassies * Dark Lochnagar * Roslin Castle / Stirling Castle / Roxburgh Castle * Kelso Races / Miss Ann Cameron of Balvenie / Hoddom Castle * The Banks of Loch Ness / Ben Nevis * Ye Banks and Braes O' Bonnie Doon / Farewell to Fuinary / The Road and the Miles to Dundee / Morag of Dunvegan * Glasgow Hornpipe / Inverness Gathering / Perth Assembly * Skye Boat Song * Spootiskerry / The Scallowa' Lassies / Bonnie Isle O' Wallasay.
30 traditional tunes with the unique feature of Scottish place-names in the titles, ranging from The Shetland Islands to The Borders. They include The Bonnie, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, Skye Boat Song and Dark Lochnagar, Stirling Castle, the plaintive air Pennan Den, Shetland reels, Kelso Races and Hodom Castle.
There are traditional tunes named for Glasgow, Inverness, Perth and many more. This Trip to Scotland is more than just a musical visit to the usual beauty spots but an intriguing glimpse of unknown places.
The Blue Bonnets are Simon Thoumire (concertina, Highland pipes, border pipes, whistles), Jennifer Wrigley (fiddle), Hazel Wrigley (guitar, keyboard) and Julia Legge (fiddle).
"Sensitive arrangements and exquisite playing" (Taplas)
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