Forty-two recordings of Captain Campbell

Also known as Capt Campbell, Captain Campbell’s, Captain Campbell’s Highland Fling, Sarah Casey, Sarah Casey’s, Sarah Casey’s Highland Fling.

This tune has been recorded together with Calum Breugach (lots of times), The Cape Breton Fiddlers’ Society’s Welcome To The Shetland Islands (lots of times), The King’s (lots of times), Miss Stewart Of Grantully (lots of times), King George (a few times), The Braes Of Tulliemet (a few times), The High Road To Linton (a few times), Lucy Campbell (a few times), Miss Sarah Drummond Of Perth (a few times), Sandy Is My Darling (a few times), The Devil’s Dream (a few times), Hamish The Carpenter (a few times), The Headlands (a few times), King George IV (a few times), Marnoch’s (a few times), Miss Lyall (a few times), O’er The Isles To America (a few times), O, She’s Comical (a few times), The Old Time Wedding (a few times), Sandy MacIntyre’s Trip To Boston (a few times), Andy Renwick’s Ferret, The Bird’s Nest, Brenda Stubbert’s, Cameron’s Got His Wife Again, Christmas Day Ida Moarnin’, Clueless, Còta Mòr Ealasaid, Craig O’Barns, Dinkey’s, Dolina MacKay, Down The Broom, Dr. Neil S. Macleod, Duke Of Athole, Earl Gray, The Fairy Dance, Father Francis Cameron’s, Feargan, Frank’s, Glen Rinnes, The Harsh February, The High, The Hurricane, The Iron Man, Jackie Coleman’s, Jenny Dang The Weaver, Jerry O’Sullivan’s, John Keith Lang, John MacColl’s March To Kilbowie Cottage, John MacFadyen Of Melfort, Julia Delaney’s, Knockdhu, Lennox’s Love To Blantyre, Lime Hill, Lord MacDonald, MacArthur Road, MacKinnon’s Brook, MacKinnon’s Rant, Maggie Cameron, The Marchioness Of Huntly, The Mason’s Apron, The Miller Of Drone, Miss Wedderburn’s, Murdo Took The Stoup, New Christmas, Old King’s, Paddy’s Trip To Scotland, Peter And Doreen Chiasson, Peter Street, The Picnic, Put Me In The Big Chest, Put On The Steam, Sands O’ Murness, Sandy Cameron, Sandy Cameron, Sir Reginald MacDonald, Smith’s Burn, St. Kilda Wedding, Stranger At The Gate, The Sweetness Of Mary, The Taking Of Beaumont Hamel, This Is How The Ladies Dance, Wedderburn House.

  1. A Compilation by Natalie MacMaster
  2. A Lifelong Home by Alex Francis MacKay
  3. A Nicht at the Jiggin by Jimmy Shand
  4. Born to Fiddle by Matthew Reid
  5. Bowstroke by Gregor Borland
  6. Cape Breton…My Land In Music by Sandy MacIntyre
  7. Celtic Nyckelharpa by Gavin Pennycook
  8. Coast by kejafi
  9. Fiddle by Cape Breton Symphony
  10. Four On The Floor by Natalie MacMaster
  11. House Sessions by Brenda Stubbert
  12. How’s The Craic? by Gary Innes
  13. Just As It Was 1 by Alasdair Fraser and Muriel Johnstone
  14. King Of The Button Box by Jimmy Shand
  15. Le Chèile by McKerron Brechin Ó hEadhra
  16. Leahy by Leahy
  17. Live From Gatineau, Quebec by Leahy
  18. Lonely Bird by Aly Bain
  19. Made In Cape Breton by The Cottars
  20. Meeting Place by Arise & Go
  21. No Man is an Island by Calum Edmunds
  22. Piper by Ryan J. MacNeil
  23. Quiet Days by Battlefield Band
  24. Scottish Piano Fusion by Sandy Meldrum
  25. Scottish Violin Music -Volume 1 by Hector MacAndrew
  26. Simple Tricks by Angus Lyon And Ruaridh Campbell
  27. Slainte Mhath by Slainte Mhath
  28. The Bluebell Polka by Jimmy Shand
  29. The Darkest Midnight: A Celtic Nativity by The Beggar Boys Featuring Jayne Tankersley
  30. The Desperate Battle Of The Birds by Breabach
  31. The Driven Bow by Alasdair Fraser And Jody Stecher
  32. The Dusky Meadow by Donald MacLellan With Doug MacPhee
  33. The Hills Of Glengarry by Aonghas Grant
  34. The Little Cascade by Ben The Hoose
  35. The Music of Cape Breton, Vol. 1: Gaelic Tradition in Cape Breton by Various Artists
  36. The Orkney Fiddler by Fiona Driver
  37. The Sandy MacIntyre Collection: Cape Breton Fiddle (Steeped And Served) by Sandy MacIntyre
  38. The Wind on the Heath by Duncan Chisholm
  39. Traditional Fiddle Music Of Cape Breton Volume 1: Mabou Coal Mines by Various Artists
  40. Traditional Scottish Fiddling (Part 2) by Various Artists
  41. Wired for Sound by Alycia Putnam
  42. Wired Up by Alistair McCulloch