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Celtic Trinity
Music from Ireland, Scotland, & Brittany, c.1500-1800


Scottish ballads and dances have long been a part of TEMP’s core repertoire;
in the last few years, we’ve also embraced Irish and Breton music, the two
other great spokes of the Celtic wheel. With sources dating from the
16th to 19th centuries and an exciting roster of performers, this recording
brims with vibrant and beautiful music from across the Celtic spectrum.

Recorded live January 26, 2013 at St. Mary Cathedral, Austin, TX and
January 27, 2013 at First Presbyterian Church, Austin, TX;
Jay Norwood, sound engineer

Celtic Trinity




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On this CD:
(Arrangements and polyphony by D. Johnson except as noted)

1. The Day Dawes (Anonymous, Scotland; 15th century)  
2. The Reel of Tulloch (Anonymous, Scotland; 17th century)  
3. Whistle and I’ll come
   (The Scots Musical Museum, 1788; poem by Robert Burns)
 
4. Mary Scott, Queen of Yarrow
   (Caledonian Pocket Companion, James Oswald; 1745; arr. T. Honey)
 
5. Na Ceannabhain Bhana & Gaire na mBan
   (Traditional, Ireland; arr. A. Green)
 
6. L’aimante à la grand’messe (Traditional, Brittany; 16th century)  
7. Pennherez Keroulaz (Traditional, Brittany)  
8. The Earl of Murray (Orpheus Caledonius, 1733)  
9. There’ll never be peace until Jamie comes hame
   (The Scots Musical Museum, 1792)
 
10. Yon wild mossy mountains (The Scots Musical Museum, 1792)  
11. And I’ll kiss thee yet, yet (The Scots Musical Museum, 1788)  
12. Sae merry as we twa ha’e been (The Scots Musical Museum, 1788)  
13. Carolan’s Quarrel with the landlady
   (Turlough O’Carolan, 1670-1738; arr. T. Honey)
 
14. Birks of Invermay (Orpheus Caledonius, 1733)  
15. Éiníní, (Traditional, Ireland; arr. A. Green & T. Honey)  
16. Ay waukin, O (The Scots Musical Museum, 1790)  
17. Musing on the roaring ocean
    (The Scots Musical Museum, 1788; poem by Robert Burns)
 
18. Good night and joy be wi’ you a’
    (The Scots Musical Museum, 1803; poem by Robert Burns)
 
19. Tune your fiddles – The Marquis of Huntly’s Reel
    (The Scots Musical Museum; 1790)
 


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