Cape Breton Fiddle and Piano Music. The Beaton Family of Mabou. Failte: A Cape Breton Welcome. Smithsonian Folkways World Music Collection. Music of Indonesia, Vol. 5: Betwai and Sudanese Music of Java.
Various – Cape Breton By Request. Label: Stephen MacDonald Productions – SMPCD 1014. Format: CD, Compilation. My Love, Cape Breton & Me. 13. –Ronnie MacEachern. Go Off On Your Way. 14. –Raylene Rankin. Companies, etc. Manufactured By – Stephen MacDonald Productions.
My Love, Cape Breton & Me, 04:39. Go Off On Your Way, 06:12.
Listen free to Various Artists – Traditional Music from Cape Breton Island (Pretty Marion, Dusky Meadow, Creignish Hills, Tom Rae, Dinkie Dorrian's, Sleep Maggie, Miss Crawford, John Pellerine's Strathspey, David White's Reel, CBC's Glen And Carl, Just Cruising, Iggie and Squiggie Reel and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
With a culture deeply influenced by 19th century Scottish emigration, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, is widely celebrated for its fiddle music. Profoundly rooted in old Scottish tradition, the music is increasingly moving to center stage in the contemporary Celtic revival, as seen in the popularity of Cape Breton fiddlers Natalie MacMaster and Ashley MacIsaac. I immediately fell in love with the whole album and the whole style in general, this is has even influenced my own style of playing (bagpipes that is compared to fiddle).
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PLAY ALL. The Heart Of Cape Breton. Released by SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS RECORDINGS Feb 2002 12 Tracks.
The Cape Breton Screaming Eagles is a major junior ice hockey team in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). Their home rink is Centre 200 in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. The franchise was granted to the Sorel Eperviers (Black Hawks) for the 1969–70 season. They then moved from Sorel to Verdun in 1977 to become the Verdun Eperviers. In 1979, they played in both Sorel and Verdun before moving back to Sorel for the next season
|1||–The Barra MacNeils||The Island|
|2||–Buddy MacDonald||Getting Dark Again|
|3||–Matt Minglewood||Song For The Mira|
|4||–Fiona MacGillivary||Fare Thee Well Love|
|5||–Men Of The Deeps*||Working Man|
|6||–Buddy MacMaster||Dan R. Medley|
|7||–The Cape Breton Chorale||Sid Mar Chaidh|
|8||–Heather Rankin, Cookie Rankin And Doris Mason||You'll Be Home Again|
|9||–John Allan Cameron||The Four Marys|
|10||–The Barra MacNeils||Song For Peace|
|11||–Howie MacDonald||Scotch Music|
|12||–John Gracie||My Love, Cape Breton & Me|
|13||–Ronnie MacEachern||Go Off On Your Way|
|14||–Raylene Rankin||Rise Again|
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NotesMade in Canada
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