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Traditional Shetland tunes with a Scandinavian influence. Aly Bain is one of Shetland's foremost fiddlers and on this album he joins forces with Swedish-based Dano-Norwegian folk musician Ale in an exploration of their Norse heritage. Aly Bain plays fiddle and Hardanger fiddle, with Ale Moller (mandola, cow's horn, willow flute, harmonica, whistles).
Ale Moller: Born in Malmo, Sweden, has been an important part of Swedish folk music for many a year, swinging with the best bands, like Frifot, Filarfolket and The Nordan Project. He’s now a professor at Sibelius Academy of Music in Helsinki.
|1/1||The Full Rigged Ship / The New Rigged Ship|
|1/2||Da Day Dawn / The Jos Mill Tune / Da Aald Foula Reel / Winyadepla|
|1/3||Da Trowie Burn|
|1/4||Tame Her When Da Sna Come / Da Dykes O' Voe / Sailor O'er Da Rough Seas|
|1/5||The Unst Bridal March / Maggie O' Ham / Da Foula Reel|
|1/6||Bjornvalser Fran Skane|
|1/8||Da Bride's A Bonnie Ting|
|1/9||Hallinger Fran Dalsland / Da Bonnie Isle O' Whalsay / Da Fashion O' Da Delting Lassies|
|1/11||Da Silver Bow / Marsch Fran Fryksdalen|
|1/13||Papa Stour Sword Dance / Swardsdans Polska|
|1/14||The Great Silkie of Sule Skerry|
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