Reel of Tulloch: Baroque Music of Scotland and Ireland

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  • Release Date: 3/6/2001
  • Label: Dorian Recordings
  • UPC: 053479029126
  • Catalog Number: 90291

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Reel O' Tulloch - arranged by Norman, C. - Scottish Traditional & Brian M. Levine (3:01)
    Composed byScottish Traditional
  2. 2–6 Sonata on Scot's Tunes - James Oswald & Brian M. Levine (11:41)
    Composed byJames Oswald
    1. 2O Mother what shall I do
    2. 3Ettrick Banks
    3. 4She rose and let me in
    4. 5Cromlit's Lilt
    5. 6Polwarth on the Green
  3. 7 Trio Sonata in D major: Bush aboon Traquair - Francesco Geminiani & Brian M. Levine (5:27)
    Composed byFrancesco Geminiani
  4. 8 Carden's Welcome - Traditional & Brian M. Levine (2:43)
    Composed byTraditional
  5. 9–12 Serenata No. 5 in D minor - James Oswald & Brian M. Levine (8:19)
    Composed byJames Oswald
    1. 9Movement 1: Soavemento
    2. 10Movement 2: Allegro moderato
    3. 11Movement 3: Largo gratioso
    4. 12Movement 4: Allegretto moderato
  6. 13 Rory Dall's port - James Oswald & Brian M. Levine (3:15)
    Composed byJames Oswald
  7. 14–17 Sonata No. 5 in G Major "In Imitation of Corelli" - William McGibbon & Brian M. Levine (8:03)
    Composed byWilliam McGibbon
    1. 14Movement 1: Adagio
    2. 15Movement 2: Allegro
    3. 16Movement 3: Largo
    4. 17Movement 4: Allegro
  8. 18 When she came in, she bobbed (Mr. McLachlands way) (The Balcarres Lute Book) - Scottish Traditional & Brian M. Levine (3:43)
    Composed byScottish Traditional
  9. 19 Mild Mabel Kelly - arranged by Norman, C. - Turlough O'Carolan & Brian M. Levine (2:13)
    Composed byTurlough O'Carolan
  10. 20 Daniel Kelly - arranged by Norman, C. - Turlough O'Carolan & Brian M. Levine (2:11)
    Composed byTurlough O'Carolan
  11. 21 Castle Kelly - arranged by Norman, C. - Irish Traditional & Brian M. Levine (1:04)
    Composed byIrish Traditional
  12. 22 Captain Kelly - arranged by Norman, C. - Irish Traditional & Brian M. Levine (1:14)
    Composed byIrish Traditional
  13. 23 Through the wood Laudie (The Wemyss Lute Book) - arranged by McGibbon - Scottish Traditional & Brian M. Levine (2:58)
    Composed byScottish Traditional
  14. 24 Prelude - Thomas Baltzar & Brian M. Levine (1:44)
    Composed byThomas Baltzar
  15. 25 John come kiss me now - arranged by Andrijeski, J. - Thomas Baltzar & Brian M. Levine (4:26)
    Composed byThomas Baltzar
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Chatham Baroque Primary Artist
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Terrific! Great fun!

    Terrific! Great fun! In addition to their own consistently rich, sincere sound, Chatham Baroque does wonderful things with guest artists, creating different lush soundscapes with each release. This time the guest artist is Chris Norman, master of the wooden flute and member of such other ensembles as the Baltimore Consort and Helicon. The collaboration results in a jaunty yet elegant blend of the Italian and native folk styles popular in 17th century Scotland. This kind music is a perfect showcase for the soulful violin (or should I say fiddle?) playing of Julie Andrijeski and Emily Davidson, as well as Norman’s wooden flute, which weaves and slides its way around a melody as well as any tin whistle and with more depth of tone. Patricia Halverson’s gamba, and no less than three stringed instruments of Scott Pauley (theorbo, Baroque quitar and archlute), fit in seamlessly--gentle and grounding in the more Italianate pieces, lively and spirited in the folksier numbers. This breezy, cheerful CD should charm fans of classical and Celtic music alike. For an equally enjoyable recording with some similar qualities, try the Palladian Ensemble’s “Held By the Ears,” which also celebrates a fusion of traditional Scottish music with the high styles of the Baroque.

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