Gan Ainm

By Sheila White & Joanne Meis

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  1. Squire Woods’ Lamentation On Ye Refusal Of His Half Pence
  2. Lonesome Scene Of Winter
    Silver Spire
  3. Da Day Dawn
  4. Quadrille Chez Nous
  5. Mary Ann
  6. O’Carolan’s Draught
  7. The Blooming Bright Star Of Belle Isle
  8. Past One O’Clock
    Wo Betyd Thy Wearie Bodie
  9. Captain O’Kane
    Lord Mayo
  10. Aignish On The Machair
  11. Chi Mi Na Morbheanna
    Dragon Lady
  12. Margaret’s
  13. Lord Galway’s Lamentation
    Quarrel With The Landlady
    George Brabazon #1
  14. Roslyn Castle
  15. Riley’s Tune
    The Rambler
  16. O’Carolan’s Farewell
  17. An Ataireachd Ard (The Ocean Wave)
    Kerry Fling
  18. Trip To Birmingham
    Galway Rambler

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Sheila White & Joanne Meis - Gan Ainm

1993 album.

Canadian & Celtic tunes.

On the album:
- Sheila White (flute)
- Joanne Meis (harp)
- John Bennett (fiddle/reed organ; tracks 6, 11, 13, 15, 17, and, 18)
- John Geggie (double bass; tracks 4, 5, 12, 13, 15, 17, and, 18)
- Ross Murray (tenor drum/shakers/bodhran; tracks 9 and 18)

Some tune information:
- Squire Woodes‘ Lamentation On Ye Refusal Of His Half-Pence, O’Carolan’s Draught, Captain O‘Kane, Lord Galway’s Lamentations, Quarrel With The Landlady, George Brabazon #1, and, O’Carolan’s Farewell (Turlough O’Carolan)
- Riley’s Tune (Joanne Meis)
- Dragon Lady Jig (Sheila White)
- An Ataireachd Ard (“The Ocean Wave”, by D. MacIver)
- Da Day Dawn (Shetland trad.)
- Quadrille Chez Nous, Mary Ann, Clog (Quebec trad.)
- Lonesome Scene Of Winter (Nova Scotia trad.)
- Margaret’s Waltz (Canadian trad.)
- Wo Betyd Thy Wearie Bodie, Roslyn Castle (Scottish trad.)
- The Blooming Bright Star Of Belle Isle (Newfoundland trad.)