Gordeanna McCulloch - Leid In Sang (in mind o Norman): 'Leid in Sang' is the Scots for 'language in song'. The subtitle reflects Gordeanna's debt to Norman Buchan a 'folk champion' who in years past taught her to appreciate the worth of Scots songs. "The sheer beauty of the words and tunes recorded on this CD are for this and future generations; this is our heritage and we aa maun hain it." (George Philp, Scots Language Society). The idea of this recording arose after Gordeanna McCulloch sang Bonnie George Campbell at a social event arranged by the Glasgow Branch of the Scots Language Society. Her unaccompanied singing was memorable for its diction, emotion and linguistic integrity. This mode of performance allows the singer to interpret and convey the meaning of the words to an audience. Phrasing, emphasis and feeling were all reflected in the nuances of that artistic performance. This CD is an example of Scots traditional singing at its finest.