Chris Norman & David Greenberg | Let Me In This Ae Night

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Let Me In This Ae Night

by Chris Norman & David Greenberg

Two of the most imaginative and dynamic performers in traditional and early music join forces as an unaccompanied duo: Scottish and baroque music delivered with blazing musicianship on flutes, violins, pipes, harmonium and voice.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Bundle of Bonnocks
9:15 $0.99
2. General Reid
8:11 $0.99
3. In Dulci Jubilo Variations
4:11 $0.99
4. Oh Banquet Not
3:24 $0.99
5. Presto from Violin Sonata No. 1
4:52 $0.99
6. Nymrod Hornpipe
3:25 $0.99
7. Last Rose Set
7:08 $0.99
8. Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog
3:19 $0.99
9. The British Press
5:09 $0.99
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Album Notes
Scottish and baroque music are the main root elements. Eighteenth-century Scottish music in particular cries out for an unusually large and unconventional palette of stylistic interpretations because its very nature defies classification as either folk or art music. Chris Norman & David Greenberg's duo sound has been honed over decades of collaboration & represents the ultimate in musical transparency and creative urgency: Let Me In This Ae Night!

1) Lord Elcho - air (Traditional Scottish/Cape Breton)
Bonnocks of Beer Meal - song & variations (Traditional Scottish)
A New Strathspey Reel – strathspey (James Oswald)
Munlochy Bridge - strathspey (Traditional Scottish/Cape Breton)
Johnny Lad - reel (Traditional Scottish)
The Perrie Werrie - reel (Traditional Scottish/Cape Breton)

2) Andante from Solo VI (Book II) (Gen. John Reid)
The Garb of the Old Gaul - slow march (Reid)
Hacky Honey (William Dixon MS)

3) In Dulci Jubilo - air & variations (Chris Norman)
4) Oh Banquet Not (Thomas Moore)
5) Presto from Violin Sonata No. 1 (J. S. Bach)

6) Nymrod Hornpipe (G.L. Tracy)
The Empress Clog (Cole’s 1000 Fiddle Tunes)

7) Niel Gow’s Lamentation for the Death of James Moray of Abercairny – air (Niel Gow)
The Last Rose of Summer (Thomas Moore)
Duncan’s Trip to the Coal Mines – strathspey (Traditional Cape Breton)
The Thunderbolt – reel (Traditional Cape Breton)
The Bridge of Bamore – reel (Traditional Scottish/Cape Breton)

8) Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog – song (Oliver Goldsmith)
9) The British Press - marching air (Alexander Walker)
Miss Hog of Newliston's Reel (Robert Mackintosh)
Lady Chatherine Pelhams Reel (Mackintosh)
We'll Aye Gang Back to yon Town – reel (Walker)
Let Me In This Ae Night – reel (Traditional Scottish)
Miss Grace Speirs of Elderslie's Reel (Mackintosh)

Chris Norman – flutes, pipes, voice, pump-organ
David Greenberg – violin, octave violin, pump-organ



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Tom McElvogue

Great Music and Superb Musicianship
This is a beautiful and uplifting album of music!