The Celtic Viol – Treble Viol & Lyra Viol, Airs and dances


THE CELTIC VIOL (Vol. 2)

An Homage to the Irish and Scottish Musical Traditions

THE GALWAY SET in D minor
I. The Galway Bay Hornpipe (Traditional Irish)
II. The Rover Reformed (London, John Playford, 1718)
IIIa. Lord Frog Dance (London, John Walsh, 1713)
IIIb. Buckingham House (Traditional Irish)

THE GOLD RING SET in D major
I. The Hills of Lorne (Charlie Hunter of Oban)
II. Miss Sally Hunter of Thurston Jig (Nathaniel Gow, 1763 – 1831)
III. Mrs. Scott Skinner (James Scott Skinner, 1843 – 1927)
IVa. Alexander’s Hornpipe (Traditional Irish)
IVb. Harvest Home (Chicago, O’Neill, 1903)
V. The Gold Ring Jig (Traditional Irish)

THE ABERGELDIE CASTLE SET in E minor
I. Abergeldie Castle Strathspey (Dan R. MacDonald, 1911 – 1976)
II. Caribou Barren (idem)
III. Regents Rant (Traditional Scottish)
IV. Crabs in the skillet Slow Jig (Ryan’s Collection)
V. Lord Moira’s Hornpipe (idem)

THE NATHANIEL GOW SET in A minor
I. The Braes o’ Bushbie Slow March (P. John Bowie, 1789)
II. Nathaniel Gow’s Lament for the Death of his Brother (Nathaniel Gow)
III. Abigail Judge (O’Carolan, 1670 – 1738)
IV. Planxty O’Daly (idem)

THE LANCASHIRE PIPES SET in E major
I. The Lancashire Pipes in E major (Manchester Gamba Book, c. 1640)
II. Pigges of Rumsey / Katie of Bardie in E major (idem)
III. The Cup of Tea in E minor (Traditional Irish)
IV. A Toye in E major (Manchester Gamba Book, c. 1640)

THE ARCHIBALD MACDONALD SET in D minor
I. Planxty Sir Ulick Burke in D minor (O’Carolan, 1670 – 1738)
II. The Sward Dance-New Stepny Slip Jig in D minor (Traditional Irish)
III. Archibald MacDonald of Keppoch in D minor (idem)
IV. Jimmy Holme’s Favorite-Reel in D major (Ryan’s Collection)

THE LIVERPOOL SET in D major
I. Planxty Irwin (O’Carolan, 1670 – 1738)
II. The Liverpool Hornpipe (James Stewart Robertson, 1884, Atholl Collection Vol. II)
III. Peter’s Peerie Boat Jig (Tom Anderson, 1910 – 1991)

Performers:
TREBLE VIOL (N. Chappuy, c. 1750)
Jordi Savall
LYRA VIOL (P. Zanetto, 1550, Venice)
Jordi Savall
PSALTERY (C. Booth, 1984, after 16th anonymous models)
Andrew Lawrence-King
IRISH HARP (T. Hobrough, 1988, after Queen Mary / 1996 after O’Neill)
Andrew Lawrence-King

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