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PRODUCTS

POST CHRISTMAS
01 Why We Build The Wall
02 Angus Rocks
03 Bowmore
04 Attics
05 Up The Noran Water
06 Diego’s Young Aunt
07 Bideag Dhomnhaill ‘Ic Alasdair
08 Friday The 13th
09 You’re Welcome Willie Stewart
10 No Light
11 Every Man
12 ‘Ic Iain ‘Ic Seumas
13 Gran’s Pal
14 Paella
15 Blackberry
 
PRE CHRISTMAS
01 Barney’s
02 Scotland Yet
03 Marcos Wood
04 Buain A’ Choirce
05 4th Floor
06 The Barnyards Of Delgaty
07 My Mighty Beezer
08 Wee Michael
09 An Assynt Man’s Visit To Glasgow
Brick by Brick
SCGCD017D (2017)
"Brick By Brick" is the 17th annual CD of the students of the National Centre of Excellence in Traditional Music. These CDs are well established as an acoustic yearbook, and their production is the focal point of the whole school year. The programme material is selected from all the live performance arrangements produced that year, and is chosen and arranged by the students themselves. There’s a distinctly political flavour about this year’s “Big Songs”, which says a lot about how politically engaged our young folk are becoming in this country. But there is also, as ever, a broad mix of tunes and songs old and new, including a few original compositions by the students themselves.




CD back catalogue


Back Catalogue

The Right Path (2016)
Boxed In (2015)
Top of the Crops (2014)
Caution Children Playing (2013)
Last Band Standing (2012)
Aye Spy (2011)
Home Is Where The Coach Is (2010)
The Rugby Goalie (2009)
Three Cheese and a Teaburger (2008)
Enjoy the Ride (2007)
We're a Case the Bunch of us (2006)
Duck! (2005)
May the 4th be with you (2004)
Now that's what I Ceòl Music! (2003)
The Biggest Folk Band in the World… Ever!!! (2002)
First Class (2002)


 
Ten Out of Ten
ISBN: 978-0-9565631-0-1 (2010)
The first ten years of Sgoil Chiùil na Gàidhealtachd
by Terry Williams
Published 2010
ISBN: 978-0-9565631-0-1

This is the story of a remarkable musical adventure, and of those whose lives it has touched. In August 2000, ten of Scotland’s most talented young musicians arrived in the West Highland village of Plockton, to become the first pupils of the country’s only centre devoted to teaching traditional music. A decade later, with a worldwide reputation for excellence firmly established, the music-making continues. Author Terry Williams shared some of the laughter and tribulations of those involved in this heart-warming project. Here she – and they – celebrate the first ten years of Sgoil Chiùil na Gàidhealtachd.

£8 + P&P Available online

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