11 tracks: Nuair a bha mi og * The Sailor’s Wife * Eilean Scalpaigh na Hearadh * John Roy Stewart * Tha Mulad, Tha Mulad * Achmore Loch * The Tryst * The Mason’s Apron * A China Set * My Wife’s a Drunkard * Moran’s Return.
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One of Scotland’s longest-established folk groups.
Formed during the great surge of interest in traditional and Celtic music and song in the late 1960’s, the Whistlebinkies quickly evolved into a leading force in their field.
They led the revival in the use of the bellows-blown bagpipes in Scotland and were among the first to combine the three national instruments (fiddle, bagpipe and clarsach) in regular performance.
The repertoire is drawn from all periods of Scottish music and from all regions of the country.
Featuring Peter Anderson (Scottish side-drum, bodhran, percussion), Annaliese Dagg (viola, fiddle), Stuart Eydmann (fiddle, concertina), Mark Hayward (fiddle), Eddie MacGuire (flute, piccolo, clarsach), Judith Peacock (clarsach, vocals), Rab Wallace (Lowland pipes, Scottish smallpipes) and James MacMillan (vocals, whistle).