Voices of Music


Music of Scotland: Lord Aboyne’s Welcome or Cumbernauld House

Francesco Barsanti’s “Lord Aboyne’s Welcome,” published in Edinburgh in 1742, arranged by Voices of Music and performed on original instruments. The tune was printed with the title “Cumernad [Cumbernauld] House” in 1760 in James Oswald’s Caledonian Pocket Companion.

Performers: Voices of Music
Hanneke van Proosdij,recorder
Carla Moore, baroque violin
Elisabeth Reed, viola da gamba
Rodney Gehrke, baroque organ
Peter Maund, frame drum
Cheryl Ann Fulton, baroque triple harp
David Tayler, baroque guitar

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