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Music From The Glen

Music From The Glen
Sunday February 10th, 2019 with Colin Henein

Toy tigers
Lau - Midnight and closedown - Reveal New
Dh’èirich Mi Moch, b' Fheàrr Nach Do Dh’èirich
Julie Fowlis - Alterum - Machair Records
O chiadain an lo
Brighde Chaimbeul - The reeling - River Lea New
St. Martin's Lane
Moore Moss Rutter - III - Hudson
Give me back my heart again
Bird in the belly - The crowing - GFM Records New
Jack the sailor
Claire Hastings - Those who roam - Luckenbooth New
Midlothian mining song
2duos - Until the cows come home - Rough trade
The 5/8 set
Solasta - A cure for the curious - Self New
Land raiders
James Duncan Mackenzie - Sròmos - Self
The fox
Nickel creek - Nickel creek - Sugar hill
The straight line and the curve
Jim Moray - Upcetera - NIAG
Sounds of Earth
Jim Moray - Upcetera - NIAG
A furlong of flight
Rosie Hood - The beautiful and the actual - Rootbeat
The red herring
Rosie Hood - The beautiful and the actual - Rootbeat
The depliction / My favourite cow / Farewell to the prid
Fara - Times from times fall - CPL Music
Knees up
Breabach - Frenzy of the meeting - Self
Mick's
Ross Ainslie / Ali Hutton - Symbiosis II - Self
Interactive CKCU
Lawrence
great show today. :)

12:24 PM, February 10th, 2019
Colin Henein (host)
Hi Lawrence, great to have you with us!

12:28 PM, February 10th, 2019
Colin Henein (host)
Feb 23: Rosie Hood and Tom Wright. oldsod.ca

12:48 PM, February 10th, 2019
Colin Henein (host)
The Ottawa Welsh Society is very proud to announce that a Welsh Film Festival will be held at the ByTowne Cinema in Ottawa during March. We believe that this might be the first ever Welsh Film Festival in Canada! It all started over a year ago when a small group of likeminded movie buffs in the Society got together and decided it was high time that some of the excellent films coming out of Wales were shown in Ottawa. After many months of reviewing countless films and then negotiating with the film producers in Wales, we have succeeded in lining up a really excellent programme of four films which showcase Welsh film-making creativity and reflect the language, culture and history of Wales. Three of them are in the Welsh language, with subtitles (Welsh is a living language spoken by about 20% of the population). There is something there for everyone: the portrayal of poet Hedd Wyn in his native Snowdonia and on the battle fields of World War One; the grim reality of the coal miners’ strike in 1985/6 as seen in Y Streic a Fi; the heart-warming Y Syrcas, about a travelling Victorian circus troupe and the effects they have on the local community of Tregaron; and an electrifying new approach to Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood. A film will be shown each Tuesday evening during the month of March- March 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th(6.45 p.m.). I have checked You tube and there are clips of each movie there (look up with the Welsh names). For any further information please contact alisonlawson@rogers.com or phone 613-725-2704.

12:53 PM, February 10th, 2019
Gird
Enjoyed the show

1:03 PM, February 10th, 2019
Colin Henein (host)
Glad you enjoyed it Gird!

2:55 PM, February 10th, 2019