Two of the Aberdeen folk scene’s biggest heroes; Bob Knight and Danny Couper, leading the crowd in one northeast Scottish ballad each. Aberdeen Folk Club meet every Wednesday evening at the Blue Lamp. Any singer or instrumentalist can join, and every evening is made up of the ones present that very day.
The Traditional Music and Song Association of Scotland helps foster and promote Scotland’s unique musical traditions.
You have a second chance to attend a Wee Red Book or Norman Buchan’s ‘101 Scottish Songs’ Concert in association with Collins & Celtic Connections, on Saturday 21 January, 7.30pm, at St Andrews in the Square, Glasgow – featuring another array of Scotland’s finest singers bringing the songs to life.
If you can’t make it or want to catch up – you can get the recording of the first Celtic Connections Launch concert from 2016, from the TMSA shop buy here. The shop page also has a link you can follow if you want to get a copy of the book from the publishers. The event was filmed by Gill and Stuart Duncan of Red Barn Studios whose skill, expertise and extremely good ears ensured that this DVD will be something to treasure. Thanks to all that helped with its making. We will also be recording the second concert!
Cykl spotkań o tej nazwie jest organizowany w Szkocji od 1995 roku i jest fuzją muzyków grających celtycki folk także w bluegrass i country z USA.
Transatlantic Sessions is the collective title for a series of musical productions by Glasgow-based Pelicula Films Ltd, funded by- and produced for BBC Scotland, BBC Four and RTÉ of Ireland. The productions comprise collaborative live performances by various leading folk and country musicians from both sides of the North Atlantic, playing music from Scotland, Ireland, England and North America, who congregate under the musical direction of Aly Bain and Jerry Douglas to record and film a set of half (Źródło: Transatlantic Sessions – Wikipedia)
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