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Music From The Glen

Music From The Glen
Sunday November 23rd, 2014 with Colin Henein

Following the old 'oss
Finest Kind - From shore to shore - Fallen Angle Canadian New
The gathering
Poor Angus - Gathering - Borealis Canadian
Witch of the Westmerlands
Mist covered mountains - This distant shore - Self
Joel Turk's / Salamander / Grey smoke from the mountains
Gavin Marwick - The long road and the far horizons - Self
Beoga - Live at 10 - Compass
The trysting fair at Falkirk
Hector Gilchrist - Days o' Grace - Wildgoose New
A minehead lad
Tom and Barbara Brown - Just another day - Wildgoose New
Leeds polka / Jenny Bell polka
The old swan band - Fortyssimo - Wildgoose New
Ways of the hunting
Anna Shannon - A celebration of old England - Wildgoose New
Marble hill
Troy MacGillivray - Tune poets - Self Canadian
The traveller
Nicholas Williams - The whispering woods - Self Canadian
Wayfaring stranger
Brian Pickell - Friday night in town - Self Canadian
2duos - Until the cows come home - Rough trade
Queen of waters
Nancy Kerr / James Fagan - Twice reflected sun - Navigator
All in a day
Bob Fox - The blast - Topic
Broomfield wager
Dr. Faustus - The wager - Navigator
Good drying
Breabach - The desparate battle of the birds - Self
Interactive CKCU
Colin Henein (host)
Good afternoon everyone, hope you've been enjoying a return to music after a few funding drive weeks. Thanks to you all for your support!

12:45 PM, November 23rd, 2014
Colin Henein (host)
Fri Nov 28th: Community Dancing in Manotick: Circles, Squares & Contras! A family friendly evening of dancing, live music, homemade refreshments and laughter! Pippa Hall calls the dances to the music of the Ever Hopeful String Band (Bob Davidson and Arlene Probert on fiddles, Bruce Barton on tenor banjo and mandolin, and John Henderson on guitar). The dance begins with a 30-minute teaching session especially focusing on families & beginners, followed by dances that build on skills as the evening progresses. When: Friday: November 28 7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Location: Manotick United Church, 5567 Main Street, Manotick $10.00 / under 12 free Information: 613-692-4576

12:46 PM, November 23rd, 2014
Liz Smith
Looking forward to a great selection of Scottish music next week, Nov. 30th, as St. Andrew's Day falls on Music from the Glen Day!!

12:57 PM, November 23rd, 2014
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