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BBCIainMac May 8
A wee tune for the Sgitheanaich out there after what has been a difficult week. “Failte don Eilean Sgitheanach” le Niall MacLeoid a Gleann Dail. Beautiful tune
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羅知恩 | LAW Chi-Yan (LOO Zhi-En) Apr 29
Got nominated for over on FB and here are the two pipe reels I whipped up for it: "Dr. MacPhail's Reel" (Andrew Bain) and "Stornoway Castle" (Peter MacLeod Jr.) [do these qualify as fast tunes lol]
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Liza Mulholland Aug 9
This week's column in Inverness Courier celebrates 's Tartan Home Festival, 's heroic 4-month and musicians with comedy chops! Festival fun...the show goes on!
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𝔻𝕠𝕦𝕘𝕚𝕖 𝔹𝕖𝕔𝕜 Apr 24
A cornerstone was lost last week: Allan MacColl was one of those exceptional people who managed to make you feel like the most important people in the world when you were in his company, a thing I remember about him from my teens. Balachan Beag a' Chuailein Bhàin.
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Ailis Sutherland Apr 28
Okay ...one more and that’s your lot! ‘Lady Isabella’ from ‘The Seer’ by . Seer-iously go and buy it...
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❤️ 🌈Ƙɑɾҽղ Ƙҽղղíղց🌈❤️ Jul 21
Missing my daily dose of from . They’ve really been a thoughtful & welcome relief to all the lockdown craziness & have helped all I’ve managed to share with. Finding lots of joy in the music I’ve discovered as a result 😊 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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Michael Powell May 20
Every morning since the lockdown began this amazing musician has been raising our spirits with beautiful fiddle tunes. The man deserves a medal in my estimation.
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Ottalie 🤍 Jun 1
I thoroughly recommend browsing the hashtag. Beautiful pieces by wonderfully talented individuals sharing the joy of music 🎶
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Ailean Beaton Apr 9
Some really cool news: my sister has been asked to play her tune at the Glowing Harp festival in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Well, the festival was moved online because of COVID-19, so she'll be livestreaming among some of the world's finest harpists tomorrow. The is global!
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Alex Mills Nov 20
Tier 4? How yourselves a of a Friday.
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Mairi MacMillan Apr 16
On hearing Iain MacDonald play Cumha do dh’ Uilleam Siosal earlier here are a couple of verses from the lament. The lament written by Christine Ferguson for her husband who was killed at the Battle of Culloden.
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Elsa McTaggart Jul 18
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Ailis Sutherland Apr 26
The plot has officially been lost. If you’re not into nightmares, please do not watch this video. I can only apologise. ‘Loch Ussie’ as heard on ‘The Seer’ and read in the tunebook ‘To The North’ by Lauren MacColl.
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Matthew Allan Nov 19
New Year’s Day sorted.
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Sally Brown Nov 23
Replying to @sal_brown
Music-wise, and have been my lockdown highlights
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BBCIainMac May 22
Day off today so taking the opportunity to contribute to Music is certainly keeping us going (excuse the ropey notes!)🎶🎹💪🏻😂😂
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ぱとり@12/6🇮🇪Dé Domhnaighワンマンライブ!🍻 Mar 26
No.42 "The Old Bush"🇮🇪 We're in severe situation nowadays, and many musicians cancel their gigs unavoidably. But we can let everyone hear our music online! Here is my from Japan🇯🇵
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Kaye Nicolson Jun 2
Tonight on - as part of we meet some of the new recruits who are bridging the gap for hospital patients missing family visits. John takes things to a different level in the RIE stroke ward, by performing a mini 🎶🎵 6pm tonight. 🎥
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Jacky Pankhurst Jul 19
Surely the most joyful of all of posts to mark the end of what has been a remarkable & beautiful series of tunes and the beginning of a slow return to shared music in real space. Thanks to Duncan and all of the wonderful musicians who've joined him
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IainMacK Apr 12
We missed 'fast Friday' through coughs & fever (better now), but this wee duet is our 'swift Sunday' greetings from Coventry...
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