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Music From The Glen
Sunday September 21st, 2014 with Colin Henein

The dark road
Nua - Bold - Self Canadian
Pour Jacob
Vishten - Mosaik - Self Canadian
The jigstrareel set
Chrissy Crowley - The departure - Self Canadian
Beoga - Live at 10 - Compass
Nick Wyke / Becki Driscoll - A handful of sky - Wildgoose
The green bushes
Nightingale - Three - Self
The ballad of Jack McLaren
Wilson and Swarbrick - Lion rampant - Shirty Canadian
Getingen / The presbyterian hornpipe
Gavin Pennycook - Octave fiddle baritone violin - Self
Thaxted / Leaving old England
Kerr Fagan Harbron - Station house - Fellside
The Dancing
June Tabor - Apples - Topic
Kit's tune / When a knight won his spurs
Martin Simpson - Prodigal son - Compass
The lass of Balintra / The Bragan lasses / Devanny's Ghost
Craobh Rua - I'd understand you if I knew what you meant - Self
Eleanor Plunkett
Iarla O Lionaird - Foxlight - Realworld
Jim Moray - In modern history - NIAG
Unquiet grave
Lau - Live - Compass
Howard Booster's style
Alasdair Fraser / Natalie Haas - Abundance - Culbernie
Stand by your guns
The full English - The full English - Topic
Peter the cabby
Nancy Kerr / James Fagan - Strands of Gold - Fellside
Young Alvin
Tim van Eyken - Stiffs lovers holymen thieves - Topic
Interactive CKCU
Morning Colin. Thanks for the great tunes to entertain me while I play with R :)

11:50 AM, September 21st, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
Morning Rich, happy you're digging the tunes.

11:55 AM, September 21st, 2014
I think that you should thank Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond for his service to the UK.

12:09 PM, September 21st, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
I am sticking my tongue out at you.

12:28 PM, September 21st, 2014
Thanks for the deets on Thaxted- such a beautiful tune, but I can never remember the origin when I hear it. A great rendition of it here, too.

12:28 PM, September 21st, 2014
he he he

12:41 PM, September 21st, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
Re: Thaxted, here is the link I mentioned during the show on Holst and Thaxted.

12:45 PM, September 21st, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
Just realized that Alasdair Fraser and Natalie Haas had a track on this album called "The Referendum," would have been the perfect week to play it. The liner notes indicate that it was written for the occasion of Alex Salmond's visit to Alasdair's fiddle camp on the Isle of Skye.

12:47 PM, September 21st, 2014
yeah, more Colin next week!

1:01 PM, September 21st, 2014
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