Auld Springs Gi’es Nae Price

By Cathal McConnell And Duncan Wood

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  1. Jackson’s Folly
    The Laird O’ Foveran
  2. Auld Springs Gi’es Nae Price
    We’re No’ Very Fu’ But We’re Gayly Yet
  3. Highland
    The Earl O’ Errol
    Bleaton Gardens
  4. Hestleitaren
    The Smith He’s Black And Brucket
  5. My Boy Tammy
  6. Lady Mary Douglas
    Glassa House
    Duff House
  7. The Royal Highlanders’ Welcome From Waterloo
    Lord Eglintoun’s Auld Man
    The Back Of The Change House
  8. The Fairy Strain
    The Hon Mrs Maule Of Panmure’s Favourite
  9. Flee Over The Water
    Cam Ye By Athole
    Roll Her On The Hill
  10. Sea Fever
  11. The Rambling Pitchfork
  12. Hunting The Hare
  13. Saw Ye Johnny Coming
    Mrs. Ferguson Of Raith
  14. The Drogheda
  15. Lochiel’s Awa’ Tae France
    The Fyket
    The Kale Reets Of Fittie
  16. Lang Hae We Parted Been
  17. Miss Forbes’ Farewell To Banff
    The Earl Of Dalhousie’s Happy Return To Scotland
  18. Up In The Morning Early
    Miss Mary McDonald
    Lady Elibank’s Favourite
  19. The Gravel Walk
  20. Col. Sir James Burnett Of Ley’s Farewell To The 92nd Highlanders
    Cullen Bay
  21. My Bonnie Laddie Has My Heart
    McConnell’s Favourite

Three comments

“Auld Springs…”

New release by Cathal in musical partnership with North-East of Scotland fiddler Duncan Wood. A lot of very old Scottish tunes [ mainly ] seeing the light of day for the first time in a long time. A breath of fresh air !

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“Auld Springs…”

Just got this through the post the other day. Congratulations to Duncan and Cathal for a truly excellent recording!

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Re: Auld Springs Gies Nae Price

“Highland March” is in fact Bó Mhín Na Toitean. They acknowledge Johnny Doherty as the source but comment that it is “clearly of Scottish origin.”

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