9 Reply to “ The East Neuk Of Fife - Battlefield Band & Alison Kinnaird - Music In Trust Volume One (CD, Album) ”

  1. Apr 17,  · a bit crackly as its from my album copy on topic no longer available, i think this was their second album and is one of my favourite traditional albums, this, liege and Leif by Fairport.
  2. Scottish harp player Alison Kinnaird has collaborated with Battlefield Band on several recordings over the years, but this video also gives an insight into the other strand of Alison's career; as one of the world's leading glass artists. If you want to see more then Alison's work can be seen at Temple Records until the end of this month. Enjoy!
  3. Official web site of a band playing traditional Scottish folk music. Includes tour diary, history, reviews, and details of their recordings with MP3 samples.
  4. The trust own and protect a wide range of the natural and man-made heritage of Scotland; castles, 'big-houses', gardens, battlefields, mountains, islands and coastlines. This first album of soundtrack music (Music In Trust - Vol I) proved so popular that it was quickly followed with a second volume (Music In Trust - Vol II).
  5. Music linked to properties owned by The National Trust for Scotland and featured in a TV series about the trust. Lineup The Battlefield Band: Brian McNeill -Fiddle,Viola,Concertina, Cittern,Guitar Dougie Pincock - Highland Bagpipes,Flute, Whistle Alan Reid - Keyboards,Vocals and Alison Kinnaird.
  6. In , Temple released The Best of Battlefield Band/Temple Records: A 25 Year Legacy, which contained two albums -- The Best of Battlefield Band (a song career retrospective including one song from each album the band has released between and ) and Temple Records: A 25 Year Legacy (a track collection of songs from the Scottish label that specializes in Scottish and Irish music.
  7. Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. Ms. Dynamite of Benbecula: The Alewife T / Little Cascade / Culder's Rant; $ on iTunes 2. The Earl of Errol; $ on iTunes 3. Christ Church.
  8. The band's current brand of music was developed when Brian McNeill and Alan Reid were joined by Jenny Clark (vocals, guitar, cittern, dulcimer) and Duncan MacGillivray (pipes and whistle). Stand Easy, the album they recorded in , still stands up as one of the band's finest.
  9. Check out Battlefield Band on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.

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