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John A. MacDonald and Barbara MacDonald - Scottish Fiddling mp3

John A. MacDonald and Barbara MacDonald - Scottish Fiddling mp3

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Performer: John A. MacDonald and Barbara MacDonald
Title: Scottish Fiddling
Country: Canada
Style: Celtic
Category: Folk
Rating: 4.3
Catalog #: CX -11
Label: Celtic

Tracklist

1Medley Of Cape Breton Jigs3:01
2Lady Francis Of Boharm's (Stathspey) The Duchess Of East Craig's (Strathspey) Tulloch Castle (Reel) The Marquis Of Dalkeith (Reel)
3Sir James Stewart (Slow Strathspey) Lady Betty Moore (Strathspey) The Earl Of Dirleton (Reel) Jamie MacGregory (Reel)3:55
4Muirdoc Morrison (Strathspey) Mrs. Dorothy MacDonald (John A. MacDonald)(Strathspey) Laggan Hall (Reel)3:00
5Tulchan Lodge (Strathspey) Happy Tom (Strathspey) Left Handed Fiddler (Reel)
6Buddy's Favorite (Jig) Bell's Of Queensville (Jig) Betty Lou's Fance (Jig)3:15
7Victoria Road (March) Peter Milne's Strathspey - Hamtramk Harbour (Reel)3:12
8Miller O'Hirn (Strathspey) Clach-Na-Cuddin (Strathspey) Lady Mae Moira (Reel)3:00
9Briley's Brook (March) Loch Caron (Reel)3:25
10My Brother Grant (Barbara MacDonald) Jig - The Five MacDonalds (Joan MacDonald Boes) Jig2:50
11Bonnie Ann (March) Memories Of Foot Cape (Strathspey) Mrs. Neil R. MacDonald's Reel - The Highlander's Rant (Reel)
12Shady Nook (Clog) King Of The Clans (Reel) Reefed Man'sil (Reel)3:16


Credits

  • Accompanied By, PianoBarbara MacDonald (tracks: A1,A2,A4,A6, B2, B3,B5,B6)
  • FiddleJohn A. MacDonald (tracks: A1,A2,A4,A6, B2, B3,B5,B6)
  • PianoBarbara MacDonald (tracks: A3,A4,B1,B4)


Album

John A. MacDonald and Barbara MacDonald 3 - Scottish Fiddling LP, Album. Celtic 2. CX -11. RBS 1255. Barbara MacDonald 3. Scottish Piano Selections LP. Sir John Alexander Macdonald 10 or 11 January 1815 6 June 1891 was the first prime minister of Canada 18671873, 18781891. The dominant figure of Canadian Confederation, he had a political career which spanned almost half a century. Macdonald was born in Scotland when he was a boy his family immigrated to Kingston in the Province of Upper Canada today in eastern Ontario. Scottish Fiddling Competitions and Events. All Scottish Fiddlers are invited to participate in the Scottish Scottish Fiddling Competition at the Charleston Scottish Games and Highland Gathering on November 3, 2018. Scottish Fiddling. References to Glasgow-born Sir John A Macdonald have recently been removed from sites. The change comes amid an ongoing debate in Canada over his legacy and how he should be remembered. In the late 19th Century, Macdonald's government initiated the creation of the residential school system. In a statement on Wednesday, the Scottish National Party-led government confirmed it had removed articles on Sir John A Macdonald from the websites following the legitimate concerns raised by Canadian indigenous communities about his legacy. From The Album. Play album. MacDonald and the Boys On . Grant MacDonald. 1 listener. Top 163 GRANT MACDONALD songs 1. Ram Ranch 2. Camaro Cowboy 3. Blow Me 4. Jockstrap Cowboy 5. Bend Over Tebow 6. Plowboy 7. Preppy Cowboy 8. Cowboy Breedin 9. Cadillac Riding Cowboy 10. Lonesome Boy in Tennessee 11. Best Friend Jake 12. 2:31 John A. Macdonald statue coming down in Victoria. The decision has been controversial to say the least. READ MORE: The controversy over Sir John A. Macdonald, Canadas first prime minister, explained. Some supporters of the removal say Macdonalds public image has been allowed to stand unchallenged, and that his statue outside of a government building sends a disrespectful message to First Nations residents. Sir John Alexander Macdonald, lawyer, businessman and the first prime minister of Canada photo by William James Topley, courtesy Library and Archives Canadac-10144. Sir John Alexander Macdonald, first prime minister of Canada 186773, 187891, lawyer, businessman, politician, born 10 or 11 Jan 1815 in Glasgow, Scotland died 6 June 1891 in Ottawa. Macdonald was brought to Kingston, Upper Canada, by his parents, Hugh Macdonald and Helen Shaw, when he was five years old. As his father opened a series of businesses in the area, Macdonald grew up in Kingston, and in the nearby Lennox, Addington, and Prince Edward counties. George MacDonald 10 December 1824 18 September 1905 was a Scottish author, poet, and Christian minister. Known particularly for his poignant fairy tales and fantasy novels, George MacDonald inspired many authors, such as W. Auden, J. Tolkien, C. Lewis, E. Nesbit and Madeleine L'Engle. Invergarry Castle was the seat of the Chiefs of the MacDonells of Glengarry, a powerful branch of the Clan Donald, known as the Clan Ranald of Knoydart and Glengarry. Its situation on Creagan an Fhithich - the Raven's Rock - overlooking Loch Oich in the Great Glen, was a strategic one in the days of clan feuds and Jacobite risings. January 11th is Sir John A. Macdonald Day in Canada, marking the birth, in 1815, of Sir John Alexander Macdonald, the first Prime Minister of Canada and one of the Fathers of Confederation. Puneet Birgi explores the legacy of this Canadian leader. John Dann MacDonald was born on July 24, 1916, in Sharon, Pennsylvania. He served in the OSS in the far east during World War Two. While still in the military, he wrote a short story and mailed it home to his wife, simply for her entertainment. Unknown to him, she submitted it to the magazine Story, and it was accepted. This launched a writing. See full bio