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Ali Beag MacLeod and Kevin Macleod - Braes Of Badentarbat

By Mandolin Cafe
July 27, 2010 - 10:30 am

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Ali Beag MacLeod and Kevin Macleod - Braes Of Badentarbat

Ali Beag MacLeod and Kevin Macleod - Braes Of Badentarbat

One of the leading voices on mandolin in Scottish traditional music, Kevin Macleod along with Ali Beag MacLeod have released Braes Of Badentarbat, performed on melodeon, resonator guitar, strings and some nineteenth-century Gaelic poetry set to music.

Kevin Macleod is based in Edinburgh and is the banjo player with The Occasionals. He often returns to his family home in Coigach in Northern Scotland, where his friend Ali 'Beag' MacLeod is a respected local traditional accordionist.

Selections:
Ali Beag's Two Steps: Old Joe's - Robbie the Sheepshearer - Am Breamatain Tobhain Dubh
Hebridean Polka: Calum Beag - Sabhail Iain ic Uisdean
Oran Badantarbairt
Gaelic Waltzes: An gaol a' thug mi og - Chaidh mi an oidhche raoir 's na airigh - Mo run geal dileas
Malcolm Jones's Jigs: Cailleach an Airgead - The Assynt Crofters - The West End Hotel
Fuadach Bhaile Bhlar
Hector the Mechanic
Lochbroom Waltzes: Bruaichean Glinn Braoin - Achnahaird - Eilidh - An t-Alltan Dubh
Cainearachd
King George V's Army - Och is duine truagh mi - Blackberry Bush
Mrs. Helen N. Robertson - Stella's Welcome to Kamloops
Bo Bhuiridh
Miriam Maclean of Polbain
Highlander's Revenge - The Drunken Piper
Iasgach a' Ghiomaigh
Morag Made the Wedding - Mor a' Cheannaich
The Kingshouse - MacDonald's Awa Tae the Wars

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