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The songs of Carolina Oliphant (Lady Nairne) (1766-1895) featuring: Anne Lorne Gillies (vocals, keyboard)
Alistair McCulloch (violin, fiddle), Marc Duff (recorder, cittern, bodhram), Rhona MacKay (clarsach), Gordon Cree (keyboards), Stuart Forbes (flute, clarinet), Lindsey McCulloch (cello), Rick Standley (acoustic bass), Duncan McColl (bagpipes, guitar, electric bass).
Daughter of a staunchly Jacobite family, Carolina Oliphant, whose married name was Lady Nairne, first became interested in old Scots songs through the work of Burns. She collected old airs, setting her own words to them; her work includes the Jacobite classics, Charlie is my Darlin’, and the haunting lament for the lost cause,
Will Ye No’ Come Back Again?, as well as others such as The Rowan Tree and The Auld Hoose. Her work was published posthumously.
|1/1||The Auld Hoose|
|1/2||Chairlie is my darling|
|1/3||The Land o' the Leal|
|1/4||The County Meeting|
|1/5||White Rose o' June|
|1/6||The Banks o' the Earn|
|1/7||Will Ye No Come Back Again?|
|1/8||Wha'll be King but Chairlie|
|1/10||The Women are a' Gaen Wud|
|1/11||The Rowan Tree|
|1/13||The Attainted Scottish Nobles|
|1/14||The Laird o' Cockpen|
|1/15||The Lady Grange|
|1/16||Wi' a Hundred Pipers|
|1/17||The Scottish Regalia|
|1/18||Bonny Gascon Ha'|
|1/19||The Fife Laird|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|