Jen Narkevicius | This Moment: Airs from Scotland and Ireland

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This Moment: Airs from Scotland and Ireland

by Jen Narkevicius

A collection of traditional Scottish and Irish airs that creates a relaxing and reflective atmosphere.
Genre: Folk: Scottish Traditional
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1. Ae Fond Kiss
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2. Cattlefold of Kintale
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3. Loch Duich: Farewell to This Place
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4. Da Day Dawn
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5. The Song of the Books
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6. Jamie, Come Try Me
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7. She Moved Through the Fair
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8. Hector the Hero
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9. MacDonald, Lord of the Isles
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10. Music of the Spey
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This Moment – Airs from Scotland and Ireland

Celtic Harp

We live our lives in one moment at a time – we are only ever in this moment. Each of these tunes captures a moment and shares it. Songs of loss, tunes of awakening, music of experience, melodies of love. Enjoy them in this moment.

1. Ae Fond Kiss – One of the best-known Robert Burns songs, this is a sweet and melancholy song of parting.
2. Crodh Cinn t’Saile (Cattlefold of Kintail) – This tune fell right into my hands at the end of an intense week – and was perfect, right when good-bye was all that was to be said.
3. Loch Duich/Soraidh Leis an Ait’ (Farewell to this place) – Such a beautiful place – different at each moment of the light, and so difficult to leave.
4. Da Day Dawn – This Shetland air is traditionally played at the winter celebrations – Solstice, New Year, Yule – but is too lovely to save for just those days.
5. Amhrán na Leabhar (The Song of the Books) – Any avid reader would find a tune about losing all one’s books in a freak shipping accident gut-wrenching.
6. Jamie, Come Try Me – Burns at his best – a saucy and inviting love song.
7. She Moved Through the Fair – Can an album be complete without a ghost love story?
8. Hector the Hero – JS Skinner’s lovely tribute to a hero reminds us that change always comes – although sometimes it is a bit later than needed.
9. MacDonald, Lord of the Isles – Captain Fraser indicated that this is “perhaps, the most ancient air in this [his] volume”.
10. Music of the Spey – JS Skinner composed this tune which captures the feel of the beautiful River Spey so well.

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