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Jean Redpath - The Songs Of Lady Nairn (CD)

Jean Redpath - The Songs Of Lady Nairn (CD)

Ref: CDTRAX334

Jean Redpath (Vocal, Guitar)
Abby Newton (Cello)
David Gusakov (Fiddle)

Lady Nairne, Caroline Oliphant, was born in 1766 in Perthshire. As she grew and blossumed in beauty, she was called 'The Flower Of Strathearn' or 'The White Rose of Gask'. The oliphant family had strong Jacobite connections and some 45 years after Colloden, Lady Nairne wrote a number of Jacobite songs.

1. The Auld Hoose
2. Strathearn
3. The Lammie
4. Lament of the Covenanter's Widow
5. Lass Of Livingstane
6. Will Ye No Come Back Again?
7. The Lass O' Gowrie
8. The Rowan Tree
9. Caller Herrin'
10. Charlie's Landing
11. The Laird O' Cockpen
12. The Regalia
13. The White Rose Of June
14. Land O' The Leal

Price: 11.59

Jean Redpath - Summer Of My Dreams (CD)

Jean Redpath - Summer Of My Dreams (CD)

Ref: CDTRAX208

Songs from Jean's childhood in Fife, and other, newer songs which remind her of that time. Her voice is as ever the star of the show, but she is joined by Alasdair Fraser (fiddle), Abby Newton (cello), & Jacqueline Schwab (piano).

1. Summer of My Dreams
2. Come By the Hills
3. Sailor’s Sweetheart
4. Dark-Eyed Molly
5. Yellow On the Broom
6. Gipsy Lass
7. Bonnie Bessie Logan
8. Maggie Lauder
9. Parlez-Moi D’Amour
10. Alas! Poor Queen
11. Andy’s Gone With Cattle
12. Willie’s Gane to Melville Castle - Mally Lee
13. Dumbarton’s Drums
14. Sweet Thames Flow Softly
15. The Blackbird
16. Farm Auction

Price: 11.49

Jean Redpath - Songs of Robert Burns Vols 1&2 (CDx2)

Jean Redpath - Songs of Robert Burns Vols 1&2 (CDx2)

Ref: CDTRAX114

This album contains the 1st and 2nd volumes in the series The Songs Of Robert Burns, as researched and arranged by composer Serge Hoovey and sung by Jean Redpath, one of Scotland's foremost interpreters of traditional music. It is part of a project that was planned to document the Scottish poet's unique musical contribution of over three hundred songs.

1. Cauld Kail In Aberdeen
2. To The Weaver's Gin Ye Go
3. Wantonness
4. My Tocher's The Jewel
5. Cahrlie He's My Darling
6. Lady Mary Ann
7. Amang The Trees
8. Country Lassie
9. The De'il's Awa Wi' Th' Exciseman
10. Johnie Blunt
11. The Winter It Is Past
12. A Red Red Rose
13. Logan Water
14. Corn Rigs
15. Had I The Wyte
16. Nine Inch Will Please A Lady
17. Beware O' Bonie Ann
18. The Cooper O' Cuddy
19. Sweetest May
20. A Parcel O Rogues In A nation
21. Auld Lang Syne
22. Hey How Johnie Lad
23. Mary Morison
24. The Dusty Miller
25. It Was A' For Our Rightfu' King
26. Sae Flaxen Were Her Ringlets

Price: 11.59

Jean Redpath - Songs of Robert Burns Vols 3&4 (CDx2)

Jean Redpath - Songs of Robert Burns Vols 3&4 (CDx2)

Ref: CDTRAX115

A mixture of well-known and more obscure songs by the great bard...sung by Scotland's outstanding traditional singer.

1. The Lass O' Ecclefechan
2. The Bank's O Doon
3. The Slaves Lament
4. O Fare Ye Weel My Auld Wife
5. The Belles Of Mauchline
6. Duncan Davison
7. The Ploughman
8. Philis The Fair
9. The Deuk's Dang O'er My Daddie
10. Will Ye Go To The Indies My Mary
11. Song Composed In August
12. The Reel O' Stumpie
13. Green Grow The Rashes O
14. O Can Ye Labor Lea
15. Wha Is That At My Bower Door?
16. Address To The Woodlark
17. A Long Winter Night
18. There Grows A Bonie Brier-Bush
19. The Taylor Fell Thro' The Bed
20. Here's His Health In Water
21. Behold My Love
22. Rattlin Roarin' Willie
23. Tam Glen
24. Thou Hast Left Me Ever, Jamie
25. I'll Ay Ca' In By Yon Town.

Price: 11.59

Jean Redpath - Songs of Robert Burns Vols 5&6 (CDx2)

Jean Redpath - Songs of Robert Burns Vols 5&6 (CDx2)

Ref: CDTRAX116

This edition of the songs commemorates the bicentenary of the death of Robert Burns in 1796.

1. The Lea-Rig
2. My Collier Laddie
3. O This Is No My Ain Lassie
4. My Nanie O
5. Fragment
6. The Posie
7. The Mill Mill O
8. O Were I On Parnassus Hill
9. The German Lairdie
10. The Battle O Sherr-Moor
11. Lament Of Mary Queen Of Scots
12. You're Welcome Willie Stewart
13. Killiecrankie
14. Galloway Tam
15. Strathallan's Lament
16. The Fornicator
17. Here's To Thy Health
18. Last May A Braw Wooer
19. Gloomy December
20. Jamie Come Try Me
21. The White Cockade
22. The Cardin O't
23. Sandy And Jockie
24. Hey Ca' Thro'

Price: 11.59

Jean Redpath - The Songs Of Robert Burns Vol 7 (CD)

Jean Redpath - The Songs Of Robert Burns Vol 7 (CD)

Ref: CDTRAX029

Jean's voice is known & adored around the world, her knowledge & empathy with Burn's songs is legendary.

1. The Mauchline Lady
2. O, Merry Hae I Been
3. The Gallant Weaver
4. The Young Highland Rover
5. Cauld Is The E'enin Blast
6. My Father Was A Farmer
7. My Love, She's But A Lassie Yet
8. Ode To Spring
9. O, Guid Ale Comes
10. The Bonie Lass Of Albanie
11. O, For Ane-And-Twenty, Tam
12. Where Are The Joys

Price: 11.59

Jean Redpath

Jean Redpath was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and raised in the Kingdom of Fife. She attended the University of Edinburgh to major in medieval studies but soon discovered the School of Scottish Studies there. The School collects and preserves the oral traditions of Scotland; its research facilities include a major archive of tapes and disks recording the instrumental music, tales, ballads and songs of both Scots- and Gaelic-speaking areas of Scotland.

Jean has also devoted a large portion of her professional life to the songs of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns. Her work with the late Serge Hovey, who researched and arranged 323 of Burns' songs has produced seven recordings which have won critical acclaim. Four more recordings made originally in Scotland by Scottish Records are sung mostly a capella. These were produced in collaboration with Dr Donald Low of Stirling University and bring Jean's recorded repertoire of Burns's songs up to 180.

She has received many honors for her work, including honorary doctorates from the University of Stirling and St Andrews University, and from the Royal Scottish Academy of Drama and Art. In 1977, Jean was one of only four peformers commanded to appear by Queen Elizabeth at the royal banquet at Edinburgh Castle during the Royal Jubilee Year. Ten years later her name appeared on the Queen's Birthday Honors List and she was invited to Buckingham Palace to be awarded an M.B.E. (Member of the British Empire).

"Jean Redpath possesses a mezzo soprano that most classically trained art singers might envy, and there is no one who interprets the Scottish tradition more beautifully or with more affection. "
The New York Times

"The finest voice in Scottish song. "
The Scotsman, July 1997

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