Jean Redpath - Lady Nairne mp3 downloadPerformer: Jean Redpath
Title: Lady Nairne
Style: Traditional Scottish Folk,Celtic
Size MP3 version: 1617 mb
Size FLAC version: 1934 mb
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Jean Redpath - Lady Nairne mp3 download
Released: January 1, 1986.
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Profile: Scottish folk singer, educator and musician, born 28 April 1937 in Edinburgh, Scotland and died 21 August 2014 in Arizona, United States. Variations: Viewing All Jean Redpath. Jean, Jean Redpath, Mbe, Redpath.
Profilo: Scottish folk singer, educator and musician, born 28 April 1937 in Edinburgh, Scotland and died 21 August 2014 in Arizona, United States. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Jean Redpath.
Lady Nairne Jean Redpath with Abby Newton. Philo PH 1087 (LP, USA, 1986). Will Ye No Come Back Again? The Songs of Lady Nairne Jean Redpath with Abby Newton. Greentrax Recordings CDTRAX334 (CD, UK, February 2009). Recorded by Charles Eller at Earth Audio Techniques, N. Ferrisburg, Vermont, in November 1986; Executive producers: William H. Schubart, Carol H. Ford; Notes by Jean Redpath; Cover photo by Louis DeCarlo; Painting of Lady Nairne by Sir John Watson Gordon, courtesy of National Galleries of Scotland; Graphic design by John Slavin.
Jean Redpath has recorded an album of the songs of Lady Nairne for Greentrax Recordings. George Henderson's book on Lady Nairne, publshed in 1900, can be downloaded in various formats from the Internet Archive. The Scots Song Tradition.
Lady Nairne died in Gask at the age of 79 years. Jean Redpath MBE has carved a remarkable musical career for herself and has become one of the most accomplished and respected Scottish singers, as well as being a household name both in the UK and in the USA where she has spent a lot of her time. Her portrait hangs in The Scottish National Portrait Gallery close to another Scottish legend, Sir Jimmy Shand. In 2008 Jean was inducted into the The Scots Trad Music Awards Hall Of Fame. She worked closely with the late Serge Hovey for many years on the ground-breaking Songs Of Robert Burns series. This album was originally recorded on the Philo label of Rounder Records, a collaboration with the very talented cellist Abby Newton, with fiddle provided by David Gusakov. see other titles and news articles related to Jean Redpath.
Jean Redpath later in her career. Jean Redpath disliked the term folk singer, insisting: I avoid it like the plague. In fact, I avoid putting a label on anything. I just like to sing – it’s an easier form of communication to me than talking. She performed with the cellist Abby Newton and fiddle player David Gusakov, most significantly on Lady Nairne (1986), a collection of songs – including Will Ye No Come Back Again and The Rowan Tree – which focused attention on the previously relatively obscure writings of Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne (1766-1845). She also focused on women’s issues, helping to popularise songs like Judy Small’s Women Of Our Time, Glasgow Lullaby, Blue Bleezin’ Blind Drunk and The Jute Mill Song.
Jean Redpath, MBE, (b. 28 Apryle 1937 - d. 21 August 2014) wis a sangster o Scots muisic. She wis weel-kent as a fowk sangster an recordit mony o the sangs o Robert Burns. Jean Redpath wis born in Edinburgh, an dee'd in Arizona in the Unitit States. Scottish Ballad Book (1962). Laddie Lie Near Me (1963). Lilt and Laughter (1963). Frae My Ain Countrie (1973). Songs Of Robert Burns vol 1 (1976). Song of the Seals (1978).
|1||The Auld House||Jean Redpath||3:32|
|3||The Lammie||Jean Redpath||2:50|
|4||Lament of the Covenanter's Widow||Jean Redpath||3:29|
|5||The Lass O' Livingstane||Jean Redpath||1:47|
|6||Will Ye No' Come Back Again?||Jean Redpath||3:48|
|7||Lass O' Gowrie||Jean Redpath||2:26|
|8||The Rowan Tree||Jean Redpath||3:41|
|9||Caller Herrin'||Jean Redpath||3:56|
|10||Charlie's Landing||Jean Redpath||2:41|
|11||The Laird O' Cockpen||Jean Redpath||2:12|
|12||The Regalia||Jean Redpath||2:45|
|13||The White Rose of June||Jean Redpath||2:00|
|14||Land O' the Leal||Jean Redpath||3:12|
CreditsAbby Newton - Performer
Jean Redpath - Performer, Primary Artist