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ACD22510 - October, 2007

The Battle of Killiecrankie

The battle of Killiecrankie in 1689 and its hero, “Bonnie Dundee“ have endured as symbols of Scottish national identity. They have been immortalized in the poetry of Robert Burns and Walter Scott, which was often set to popular tunes of the day. La Nef’s artistic director Sylvain Bergeron and Sean Dhager have created arrangements of these traditional tunes for this recording. Two of Canada’s finest singers, soprano Meredith Hall and counter tenor Matthew White join La Nef’s bagpipes, strings, flute, hornpipe, lute, guitars and percussion in this tribute to love and war in 17th century Scotland.

 

 
 
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Disque No 1

1
Scots wha hae wi’ Wallace bled
Trad.
2:31
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2
Bonny Barbry O
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3:16
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3
Leezie Lindsay
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3:19
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4
Lumps o' Puddin / Jenny Nettles
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3:52
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Sonata on “Bonny Jean of Aberdeen”
Munro, Alexander
5:06
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How sweet is the scene
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1:44
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O luve will venture in
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2:25
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8
My Nanny-O
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2:10
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9
Giga (Sonata on “Bonny Jean of Aberdeen”)
Munro, Alexander
1:01
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10
I Love My Love In Secret
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2:38
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11
Ae Fond Kiss
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2:17
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12
A Highland Battle
Oswald, James
9:46
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13
The Massacre of Glencoe
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5:45
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14
The Torment
Moore, Hamish
2:33
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15
The Chevalier's Lament
Trad.
3:16
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16
Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of his Second Wife / The Lowlands of Holland
Trad.
7:01
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17
Welcome Home My Dearie
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0:51
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18
The Braes o’ Killiecrankie
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2:13
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