Jean Redpath With Abby Newton - Lady Nairne album flac
Album · 1978 · 12 Songs.
Performer, Primary Artist.
Jean Redpath MBE (28 April 1937 – 21 August 2014) was a Scottish folk singer, educator and musician. Jean Redpath was born in Edinburgh to musical parents. Her mother knew many Scots songs and passed them on to Jean and her brother; her father played the hammered dulcimer. She was raised in Leven, Fife, Scotland, and later returned to Edinburgh, taking medieval studies at the university.
She performed with the cellist Abby Newton and fiddle player David Gusakov, most significantly on Lady Nairne (1986), a collection of songs – including Will Ye No Come Back Again and The Rowan Tree – which focused attention on the previously relatively obscure writings of Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne (1766-1845).
Lady Nairne died in Gask at the age of 79 years. Jean Redpath MBE has carved a remarkable musical career for herself and has become one of the most accomplished and respected Scottish singers, as well as being a household name both in the UK and in the USA where she has spent a lot of her time. Her portrait hangs in The Scottish National Portrait Gallery close to another Scottish legend, Sir Jimmy Shand. In 2008 Jean was inducted into the The Scots Trad Music Awards Hall Of Fame. This album was originally recorded on the Philo label of Rounder Records, a collaboration with the very talented cellist Abby Newton, with fiddle provided by David Gusakov. Re-released to celebrate The Scottish Year Of Homecoming 2009.
Although some of the published arrangements featured Anglicized versions of the old Scots texts, on this 1983 Philo release, Jean Redpath sings the old Scots text whenever possible. The instrumental arrangements are for violin, piano or harpsichord, and cello. com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media.
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|A1||The Auld Hoose||3:37|
|A4||Lament Of The Govenanter's Widow||3:30|
|A5||The Lass O Livingstane||1:47|
|A6||Will Ye No Come Back Again?||3:51|
|A7||Lass O Gowrie||2:26|
|B1||The Rowan Tree||3:42|
|B4||The Laird O Cockspen||2:12|
|B6||The White Rose Of June||2:02|
|B7||Land O The Leal||3:12|
- Recorded At – Earth Audio Techniques
- Pressed By – Wakefield Manufacturing
- Distributed By – Rounder Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rounder Records Corp.
- Copyright (c) – Rounder Records Corp.
- Published By – Pleiades Music
- Arranged By, Cello – Abby Newton
- Arranged By, Vocals, Guitar, Liner Notes – Jean Redpath
- Cover [Painting] – Sir John Watson Gordon
- Design – Susan Marsh
- Engineer – Charles Eller
- Executive-Producer – Carol H. Ford, William H. Schubart*
- Fiddle – David Gusakov
- Photography By – Janet T. Swanson
- Written-By – Carolina Oliphant*
NotesRecorded by Charles Eller at Earth Audio Techniques, North Ferrisburg, Vermont, November 1986.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (scan): 011671108711
- Matrix / Runout (Label both sides):
- Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side A Runout [WM logo = stamped]): PH-1087-A #5 WM 44310 WAKEFIELD Por
- Matrix / Runout (Etched, Side B Runout [WM logo = stamped]): PH-1087-B WM 44310 Mo #2 #4 Por
- Rights Society: BMI