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Jean Redpath With Abby Newton - Lady Nairne (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jean Redpath With Abby Newton - Lady Nairne at Discogs. Complete your Jean Redpath With Abby Newton collection.5/5(2).
  2. Jean Redpath with Abby Newton "Will Ye No Come Back Again? – The Songs of Lady Nairne" Label: Greentrax Recordings; CDTRAX; This collection of peaceful and melancholy songs, sung in Jean Redpath’s breathy voice, features the compositions of Carolina Oliphant, who became the Lady Nairne .
  3. Jean Redpath MBE (born 28 April in Edinburgh, Scotland; died 21 August in Arizona, USA) was a Scottish folk singer, educator and musician. Internationally regarded as a pre-eminent interpreter of Scots song, Redpath took the ballads of her home country, and particularly the songs of Robert Burns, onto stages from the Lincoln Center.
  4. Jean Redpath with Abby Newton - Will Ye No Come Back Again? (The Songs Of Lady Nairne) (Jean Redpath) £ The McCalmans - The Greentrax Years (The McCalmans) The Red Hot Chilli Pipers (first album) (The Red Hot Chilli Pipers) £ Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham - Five And Twenty.
  5. View latest articles, news and information about what happened to Jean Redpath, Scottish folk singer-songwriter, that died on Thursday August 21st at age
  6. Jean Redpath with Abby Newton: Will Ye No Come Back Again: The Songs of Lady. £ Jean Redpath Song Of The Seals vinyl LP album record USA PH PHILO £ + £ P&P. Picture Information Details about Music & Songs of The Scottish Fiddle Jean Redpath,A Hardie,A Newton Cassette.
  7. JEAN REDPATH Vinyl Records and CDs: Redpath is a preeminent translator of traditional Scottish Folk songs. Her delicate soprano voice is light as air, but carries with it the strength of a storm. Since the late '70s, Redpath has lectured on the history and lore of Scottish folk music at Stirling University in Scotland, as well as at Harvard.
  8. That is the case with the Scottish balladeer under review, Jean Redpath. Of course I knew her name, as one must who knows something about the origins of the Child Ballads that form the basis of the music that was brought over to American in the initial WASP waves of immigration, especially after the victory in the American revolution/5(12).
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