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13 tracks: Tweedledee Reel - Tweedledum Reel - The Open Fence * My Compliments to the Biochemist - The Birdsong Reel - The Calfburn Reel * The Brackla Waltz - Green Ruby Waltz - Juniper Hill * Jig of the Clan Beag - Hit the Horsebox - The Turn of the Tide - In the Gun Roon * The Last Farewell * Glenkinchie’s Compliments to Lord and Lady MacFarlane of Bearsden * Lime Hill - Carn Glas Coire - The Crow Step Gable - Falls of Altnaire - Strathfarrar Reel - The Breakdown * The Camembert Waltz - The Silver Tree - The Stutterer - Rait Castle * The Setting Sun * Streens - The Witch of Auldern - Dunearn Fort - Just A Small One * The 31 Steps - The Unreel * The Gallowhill Reel - The Spider’s Web - The Road To Diabaig * Torgarrow - Banchor Bridge - Minor General Reel - Major General Reel.


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Ian Hardie & Andy Thorburn - The Spider’s Web

Ian Hardie is a fiddler of note and a prolific composer. He was a member of Jock Tamson’s Bairns and other Edinburgh bands, and later a member of The Occasionals ceilidh band.

After moving from the Scottish Borders to Morayshire, Ian teamed up with Andy Thorburn, much in demand as a top keyboard player.

The jigs, reels, strathspeys, waltzes and slow air tunes on this album are mainly by Ian Hardie but a few are written by Andy Thorburn.

Ian plays fiddle and viola while Andy plays Bosendorfer piano and keyboards.

“A particularly inspired Hardie… exhilarating presence of Thorburn…”
(The Scotsman)

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