Jamie Laval | Murmurs and Drones

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Murmurs and Drones

by Jamie Laval

The misty atmosphere of the rural Scottish Highlands provides a tonal backdrop for bagpipe-inspired melodies, set into instrumental arrangements that expound both technical virtuosity and evocative musical storytelling.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Aireannach
0:43 album only
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2. The Flying Scotsman
5:57 album only
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3. Two Pantomimes
6:18 album only
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4. Bridge of Cally
6:51 album only
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5. The Hurdy Gurdy
2:09 album only
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6. Beer Foam
5:29 album only
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7. Donald Willie Set
6:48 album only
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8. True Lover's Lament
4:11 album only
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9. Hurdy Gurdy Reprise
0:33 album only
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10. Fowl Set
5:43 album only
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11. Bridge of Cally Reprise
0:31 album only
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12. Mists of Torridon
3:59 album only
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13. Ceilidh in Killiecrankie
4:20 album only
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14. Seannsair
0:41 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Champion Jamie Laval is one of the premier Celtic violinists on the international music scene today. He has performed for Her Majesty the Queen and collaborated on Dave Matthews’ album “Some Devil.” Almost three years in the making, Murmurs and Drones brought together the talents of mandolinist Ashley Broder, guitarists Robin Bullock, Zac Leger, and Owen Morrison, acoustic bassist Stuart Kenney, Scottish smallpiper Rod Weeks, ’cellist Kevin Krentz, and tabla player Ben Mawhorter. State-of-the-art engineering was provided by Jay Manneschmidt. Recordings were made in such widespread locations as Knoxville, Amherst, Los Angeles, Greensboro, and Seattle. Audiophiles may be interested in purchasing a unique 24-bit High-definition version of Murmurs and Drones by visiting www.JamieLaval.com

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