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Da Sneck O Da Smaalie - Fiddlers Bid - Hamnataing (CD, Album)

Da Sneck O Da Smaalie - Fiddlers Bid - Hamnataing (CD, Album)

  • Faern says:
    FIDDLERS' BID Da Sneck o' Da Smaalie/Doon Fae Nott/}enna Reid of Quarff"ll CAPERCAILLIE Both Sides the Tweed 2 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings This album was produced with financial support from the Scottish Arts Council with Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage funds from the Scottish Executtve.
  • Samurr says:
    Nov 06,  · Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves Da Sneck o' Da Smaalie · Fiddlers' Bid Hamnataing Writer, Writer, Composer, Composer: mavenapebovesencaupanetjeucoun.xyzinfo Writer, Composer: mavenapebovesencaupanetjeucoun.xyzinfoson Auto-generated by YouTube.
  • Brahn says:
    6) Da Sneck O'Da Smaalie Set - Fiddlers' Bid () 7) Blue Bleezin Blind Drunk - Sheila Stewart () 8) Sean Trews/ The Bungalow/ Miss Shepherd - Alasdair White () 9) Caithness - Simon Thoumire () 10) Strong Women Rule Us With Their Tears - Scottish Women () 11) The Weatherman - Alasdair White ().
  • Araramar says:
    Fiddlers`Bid. K likes. New album "All Dressed in Yellow" out now!
  • Mezitaxe says:
    Da Sneck O' Da Smaalie/Doon Fae Nort/Jenna Reid Of Quarff - Fiddlers' Bid Both Sides The Tweed - Capercaillie. Product details. Audio CD (June 24, ) Launched at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, this album is an excellent mix of Scottish folk music, showcasing several different styles, regions, and time periods. 5/5(3).
  • Nalmaran says:
    Of Discs: 1 disc(s) Studio / Label: Greentrax UK Release Date: 01 Oct Disc 1 3 Hamnataing mins. Disc 1 12 Da Tief Upon Da Lum mins. Disc 1 Seller Rating: % positive.
  • Branos says:
    Sneck o' da Smaalie, Da (2nd in set Bunny on Stpkt) (composed by Fiddlers' Bid) [This tune is not (yet?) part of the Irish tradition, but belongs rather to Shetland music.] To get to your personal tune notes, Log in or Create an account.
  • Doukasa says:
    Fiddlers' Bid is made up of nothing more than four fiddles, one guitar, a bass, piano and Scottish harp. Their tunes range in tone from quiet reflection, as on the beautiful title track (named for one of the Shetland Islands), to foot-stomping jollity, as on the riotous "Da Sneck O' Da Smaalie.".

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