Jim McGuire | The Great Songs of Scotland

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The Great Songs of Scotland

by Jim McGuire

Tenor voice and piano arrangements of the classic and great songs of Scotland.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Ain Folk
2:54 $1.30
2. Skye Boat Song
3:26 $1.30
3. Bonnie Mary of Argyle
2:39 $1.30
4. Westering Home
1:40 $1.30
5. My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose
2:34 $1.30
6. The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen
1:58 $1.30
7. Afton Water
3:03 $1.30
8. Flower of Scotland
2:36 $1.30
9. Ae Fond Kiss
2:26 $1.30
10. Lewis Bridal Song
1:27 $1.30
11. Ye Banks and Braes
2:43 $1.30
12. The Star O' Rabbie Burns
2:33 $1.30
13. Jock O' Hazeldean
3:46 $1.30
14. Auld Lang Syne
4:03 $1.30
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Album Notes
Born is Scotland and based in Perth, Western Australia Jim spends most of the year travelling and performing around the world at events big and small.

Jim has a long history in music starting in his teens as lead guitarist and vocalist with some of Scotland’s top rock groups and showbands and expanding his musical interests and repertoire to include traditional Scottish and Irish music, Blues, Jazz and light Opera.

Jim trained in tenor voice under renowned ABC soprano Shirley Flesfader and Andrew Foote of West Australian Opera and studied guitar at the academy of music in Edinburgh and with Manuel Charlton of Nazareth and master acoustic guitarist Bernard Carney.

As a solo performer Jim loves to engage the heart, soul and voice of his audience and make sure everyone leaves richer for the experience.

On this album Jim is joined by renowned accompanist and vocal coach Marilyn Phillips. Marilyn held the position of Head of Music with West Australian Opera, working on over twenty five productions with the Company. She is an elected Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, was a nominee for a WA Citizen of the Year Award, and in 2000 was awarded the Prime Minister’s Centenary Medal for services to Australian opera.



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