Tom Ward plays concertina, guitar, small pipes and whistle on this album. Tom started strumming the guitar when he was a teenager but later developed a love of the concertina, which became his instrument of choice. He went on to buy several concertinas, including a bass concertina which he bought… read more
— £6 Stock Clearance CDs — More Instrumental — CD — CDTRAX284
Pianist James Ross studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow, and graduated with a BA in Scottish Music in 2000. He then completed the MA in Traditional Irish Music Preformance in 2001, studying piano under Professor Michael O’Suilleabhain at the University of Limerick,… read more
— More Instrumental — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX227
The music on this album from Rob MacKillop is made up of original versions of tunes found in the Scottish lute and cittern manuscripts of the 17th century, arrangements of tunes from the 18th and 20th centuries, and new pieces composed in 2001. Rob is a master of the 12-course lute, cittern, mandour… read more
Hamish Moore & Dick Lee’s groundbreaking album was originally released in 1990, when this unique fusion of folk and jazz burst forth on the Scottish music scene. At the time both Hamish and Dick were independently experimenting with other musicians and line-ups, and there are items included on… read more
— £6 Stock Clearance CDs — More Instrumental — CD — CDTRAX192
Featuring Mairi Campbell and Jenny Gardner.
This is a gem from the very talented Jack Evans who was a member of several bands, including the legendary Jock Tamson’s Bairns. Jack is a multi-instrumentalist and a clever arranger and producer (several albums for Greentrax). It was Jack who produced the Keltik Elektrik series of recordings,… read more
Instrumental Music From Scotland.
This is a gem and goes by, to some extent, unnoticed. That is a shame because this album is full of now almost unheard-of giants of the traditional music scene. Charlie Bremner and John Grant show off their talents on the fiddle, Willie Fraser plays some gems on the now rather neglected mouth organ,… read more
— More Instrumental — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX155
With pieces from the Balcarres, Skene, Millar/McAlman, Straloch, Wemyss and MacKillop Manuscripts. Rob MacKillop plays some very unusual instruments and specialises in Scottish traditional music of the 17th century and beyond for lute, mandour, cittern and guitar. This album demonstrates the… read more
— £6 Stock Clearance CDs — More Instrumental — CD — CDTRAX091
Scottish Mouthorgan Music.
Mouth organ maestro Donald Black’s debut album, recorded in Pier House Studios and produced by Dougie Pincock. Session musicians include Nan MacIver (piano), Malcolm Jones of Runrig (guitar), Alistair McCulloch (fiddle), Martin McHugh (accordion, bodhran) and Dougie Pincock (Highland bagpipe,… read more
— Compilations — Fiddle — More Instrumental — Solo Singers & Songwriters — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX5002
From The Tron Tavern, Edinburgh.
These were the regular session people in the Tron Tavern, Edinburgh, including the owner Cy Lawrie. There are some weel kent names there and a couple of groups who were at the forefront in Edinburgh in the 1990s: Seannachie and Palaver. Various instruments are featured including banjo, fiddle and… read more
— Bagpipes — More Instrumental — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX080
A solo album by Dougie Pincock, not long after leaving Battlefield Band. On the album Dougie plays the Highland bagpipe, Scottish small pipes, whistles, flute, low whistle, soprano, alto and tenor saxophones, bodhran and sequence programming. He is accompanied by a number of outstanding musicians… read more
— Bagpipes — More Instrumental — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX063
This was in Hamish Moore’s days of experimenting with an exciting fusion of Scottish smallpipes and Border pipes, with jazz musician Dick Lee on saxophone and other wind instruments. The music was breathtaking. The duo was joined in the studio by the late Michael Marra, who produced and played… read more
— More Instrumental — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX022
The Jew’s-Harp was at one time known as the Trump and has also been referred to as a Jaw’s-Harp. Some say that, through Jewish street traders selling them in vast quantities in past centuries, the name became corrupted to Jew’s-Trump and later to Jew’s-Harp. Little is known of its Scottish… read more
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