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McPherson's Lament, The wind Blew the Bonnie Lass's Plaidle Awa, Kate Dalrymple 4:29
Tramps and Hawkers, The Northern Lights of Aberdeen 5:57
'Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go?, The Road and Miles to Dundee 4:03
The Kesh Jig, Grat for Gruel, Murdo McKenzie's Jig 4:03
My Love is Like a Red Red Rose 3:47
Margaret Ann Robertson, Bonny Lass Come 0'er the Burn,
Bonny Isle o' Whalsay 3:32
Muckin' o' Geordie's Byre, My Love She,s but a Lassie Yet,
He,s Torn a' Ma Gown, The Fairy Dance, Braes of Dunblane,
Father Kelly's 4:25
The Jute Mill Song, The Wark o' The Weavers,
Calton Weaver 3:53
Cam' Ye by Athol, Mrs Francic Weymss, Captain Weymss 3:32
The Back o' Bennachie 5:48
Here is a fitting complement to our immensely popular Hills of Lorne.
Twenty-eight splendid Scottish melodies in outstanding renditions grace this recording
by virtuoso performers brought together especially for this album by producer Allan Carr.
Jane Rothfield is a popular dance and festival musician in the Albany area. Her fiddle almost
sizzles on the fast tunes; her slow melodies are gripping in ther intensity.
Carr, a native of Aberdeen and considered one of Scotland's finest singer's, selected and arranged
the song melodies and dance tunes for Northern Lights .
Selma Kaplan adds dynamic piano accompaniments; the sounds of Sarah Bauhan's whistle and
flute float above it all.