Kinloch’s Fantasy

By Puirt A Baroque

  1. Bonnocks Of Beer Meal
  2. The Lilac
    Languido
    Largo
  3. The Lilac
    Brilliante
    Giga
    Brilliante
    Old Dutch Churn
    Joan Beaton
  4. When She Cam Ben
  5. Loch Ness
    Sandy Is My Darling
  6. Cape Breton Compliments
  7. MacMinuets
  8. The Thistle
    Pastoralle
    Andantino
  9. The Thistle
    Brilliante
    Amoroso
    Andante
    Brilliante
  10. Black Jock
  11. Macklean Sonata
    Largo
  12. Macklean Sonata
    Allegro
  13. Macklean Sonata
    Adagio
  14. Macklean Sonata
    Giga
    Allegro
  15. Callam
  16. The Storm
  17. The Graveyard Of The Gulf
    St. Paul Island
  18. Kinloch’s Fantasy
    Among The Cottonwoods
  19. Cottonwood
    Duncan MacQuarrie
  20. Dumbarton’s Drums

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Kinloch’s Fantasy

“Featuring the wonderful fiddling of David Greenberg. Puirt a Baroque (poorst-a-ba-roke) is an ensemble that brings a new and delightful perspective to both Baroque and Scottish-Cape Breton musics. Daivid is one of the only violinists in the world who convincingly ”goes both ways“. Many of you will recognize him as a lead violinist for Tafelmusik or as the co-author of The Dungreen Collection (Traditional Celtic Violin Music of Cape Breton), a collaboration with his wife, Kate Dunlay).”

Released 1997.

1 Bonnocks of Beer Meal 2:45
air with variations (trad, arr. William McGibbon)

Lilac Slips 5:26
The Lilac, from Airs for the Seasons (James Oswald)
2 Languido: Largo 2:20

3 Brilliante 3:06

Giga: Brilliante;
The Old Dutch Churn slip-jig (traditional);
Joan Beaton’s Jig slip-jig (Donald Angus Beaton)


4 When She Came Ben 3:18

When She Came Ben She Bob … air (trad, arr. William McGibbon);
Lady Wallace’s Reel (Robert Mackintosh)


5 Loch Ness 2:57

Loch Ness slow reel (traditional);
stepdance break; Sandy Is My Darling reel (traditional)


6 Cape Breton Compliments 5:43

Compliments to David Greenberg march (Joan MacDonald Boes);
Lord Alexander Gordon’s strathspey (William Marshall);
Doug MacPhee’s Favourite strathspey (John Campbell);
Miss Robertson reel (Robert Mackintosh);
Welcome Owen Diack reel (David Greenberg)


7 MacMinuets 3:33

Lady Jean Lindsay’s Minuet (Daniel Dow);
Minuetto (Robert Mackintosh); Lady Jean Lindsay’s Minuet&emdash;reprise (Dow)
The Thistle 4:55
from Airs for the Seasons (James Oswald)


8 Pastoralle: Andantino 1:57



9 Brilliante 2:58

Amoroso: Andante
Brilliante&emdash;reprise


10 Black Jock 5:30

jig with variations (traditional)
Macklean Sonata I (Charles Macklean) 6:15


11 Largo 1:09

12 Allegro 1:55

13 Adagio 1:15

14 Giga: Allegro 1:52

15 Callam 5:29

Callam Shiarghlas marching air (traditional);
Miss L. Johnston (of Hilton’s) Favourite Quick Step jig (Robert Mackintosh);
Miss Grace Hay’s Delight jig (traditional);
Hoop Her and Gird Her jig (traditional);
Miss L. Johnston jig&emdash;reprise (Mackintosh)


The Graveyard of the Gulf 4:36

16 The Storm (improvised by T. McKenna and D. Sandall); 1:03
17 The Graveyard of the Gulf (St. Paul Island) lament (Paul Stewart Cranford) 3:33



Kinloch’s Fantasy (Among the Cottonwoods) 6:43

18 Kinloche His Fantassie (William Kinloch) 4:00
19 Cottonwood Reel (traditional); A Duncan MacQuarrie Reel (traditional) 2:43



20 Dumbarton’s Drums 4:49

Dumbarton’s Drums air (trad., arr. Francesco Barsanti);
Lieutenant Howard Douglas strathspey (Robert Mackintosh);
The Forest of Ga-ick strathspey (William Marshall);
Miss Stewart of Garth reel (Duncan McKercher);
Lady Georgina Gordon’s Reel (Mackintosh)

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