Tuned To The North
The first album released on CD from the Aberdeen based orchestra, recorded at BBC Beechgrove Studios in Aberdeen.
A fine selection of tunes, including jigs, march, strathspey, reels and slow airs. 15 tracks: Reels:The Duke of Perth / Lady McKenzie Of Coul / Highland Lassie / Lass O’Gowrie, Two Step:The Six Twenty Two Step / The Bonanza Two Step, Waltz:John Robertson’s Scottish Waltz, Strathspeys:Forbes Morrison / MacKenzie Hay / The Laird O’Thrums, Slow Air: James Logan OBE (Duet by G Middler and A Kain), Jigs: Peter’s Peerie Boat / Balcomie House / Miss Anne Jamieson / Edmund MacKenzie Of Plockton, March, Jig And Reel: Iain MacPhail’s Welcome To Shetland / Murray River Jig / Bowing The Strings (performed by our Junior Section), Two Step: Jake McKay’s Two Step, March Strathspey And Reel: The 74th Farewell To Edinburgh / The Kirrie Kebbuck / The Bride’s Reel, Slow Air: Cluny Castle, Junior Strathspey And Reel Society March And Hornpipe:Highland Barndance / Trumpet Hornpipe, Pipe Marches:Farewell To The Creeks / Brigadier Snow (Soloist S Mackintosh), Irish Jigs: Sweet Biddy Daly / Roaring Jelly / Over the Water / The Irish Hut / Father O’Flynn / The Irish Washerwoman, Slow Air, March, Jig And Reel:Loch Tay Boat Song / Hunter’s Hill / Gordon B Cosh / Miss Jean C Milligan (performed by K Morrice, L Mountford, P Tees and P Murray) & Reels:Miss E Purcell’s Favourite / Bill Cochrane / Miss Mary Douglas / C M Hall.
Aberdeen Strathspey And Reel Society