From 'Lament for the Death of King George V'
"The Wanderer's Lament"
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"The Wanderer's Lament" is a solo CD of Scottish Fiddle Music recorded by John Turner It includes Highland Laddie, Faerie's Love Song, Lamentation for John Murray, Nathaniel Gow's Lament for the Death of His Brother, Barren Rocks of Aden, Lament for the Death of King George V, Pigeon of the Gate, High Road to Linton, and Niel Gow's Lament for the Death of His Second Wife.

The Wanderer's Lament CD - Price $15.00 plus $1.00 postage, packaging and handling.

 John Turner's
"Fiddling Rogues & Rascals"
The fiddlers and the music in the Scottish fiddle tradtion from the 17th century to the present. 26 tracks - over 75 minutes of music
from Patie Birnie and Jamie Macpherson, the Gows, Dow, Mackintosh, Petrie, William Marshall, Capt. Simon Fraser, Scott Skinner and more, to John Turner

John Turner - fiddle, recorder, mandolin, vocals
Peter Bahler - bass fiddle
Bill Burdette - percussion, rocking chair
Charles Glendinning - fiddle, bagpipes, parlour pipes
Tom Marshall - harpsichord, virginal, hanging man, piano
Bill White - fiddle, flutes, hammered dulcimer, mandolin, huich
Cliff Williams - guitar
Price $15.00 plus $1.00 postage, packaging and handling.

Tracks: Patrick Birnie, Kinghorn c. 1635-1721 - The Auld Man’s Meer’s Deid  James Macpherson, Strathspey - c. 1675-1700 - Macpherson’s Farewell  Johnny McGill, Girvan - c. 1710-c. 1760 - Johnny McGill  John Bruce, Braemar - c. 1710 - 1785 - Whistle and I’ll Come to You My Lad  John Riddell, Ayr - 1718-1795 - Miss Katty Montgomerie’s Minuet  /  Miss Fullarton’s Minuet     The Merry Lads of Ayr  / Lord Cassil’s Jigg  /  Lord Garlie’s Reel /  Colonel Montgomerie’s Welcome

Home  / Mrs. McGee’s Reel  / The Highway to Newfield  Niel Gow, Inver - 1727 - 1807 - Niel Gow’s Lament for the Death of His Second Wife  / Farewell to Whiskey  / Whiskey Welcome Back Again     Niel Gow’s Lamentation for James Moray of Abercairney  /  Mrs. Murray of Abercarney’s Strathspey  /  Mrs. Murray of Abercarney’s Reel  Alexander McGlashan, Edinburgh - c. 1730-1797 - The Highland Plaid (strathspey)  /  The Highland Plaid  (reel)  / Braes of Glendochert  Daniel Dow, Perthshire - c. 1732 -1783 - Lord Dundee’s Lamentation Kill’d at the Battle of Killecrankie  /  Inverey’s Rant  / The Old Wife Haunts After Me / Miss Henderson of Fordel’s (Reel)  Robert Mackintosh (“Red Rob”), Edinburgh - c. 1745 - 1807 - Lady Louisa Gordon’s Strathspey  /  Mrs. Oswald (of Auchincruive’s) Favorite Reel  / Mr. Houston (of Jordon Hill’s) Reel    Mrs. Oswalds (of Auchincruive’s) New Strathspey  / Mr. John Trotter of Castlelaw’s Hornpipe  / Lady Charlotte Campbell’s Reel  William Marshall, Fochabers - 1748 - 1833 - Capt. Cameron’s Volunteers March - Balvenie  /  Mrs. Capt. McBarnet’s Strathspey  /  Miss Donaldson’s Strathspey - Banff   Craigellachie Bridge  /  Miss Jane McInnes - Dandaleith  Isaac Cooper, Banff - c. 1755 - 1811 - Miss Forbe’s Farewell to Banff  /  Miss George Abercromby’s Reel  / Mrs. Doctor Abernethie’s Reel  /Mrs. Doctor Abernethie’s Reel  Nathaniel Gow, Inver - 1763-1831 - Nathaniel Gow’s Lament for Mrs. Oswald of Auchincruive  / Lady Mary Ramsay’s Strathspey  /  Mrs. Duncan’s Reel    Caller Herrin  / Niel Gow’s Fiddle  / Miss Dundass of Arniston’s Reel  / Largo Fairy Dance  Robert Petrie, Kirkmichael - 1767 - 1830 - Kirkmichael Ploughs  /  Monaltries  /  Mrs. Garden of Troup  Abraham Mackintosh, Edinburgh - 1769 - c. 1810 - Pease Bridge  /  Wedderburn House  / Mordington House  Capt. Simon Fraser, Knockie - 1773 - 1852 - Caledonia’s Wail for Niel Gow Her Favorite Minstrel / Ferintosh  / The Bedding of the Bride  Neil Gow, Jr., Edinburgh - 1795 - 1823 - Flora MacDonald’s Lament  / Pennycuick House / Dalmeny House  / The New Road to Brechin Castle  J. Scott Skinner - Banchory - 1843-1927 - The Cradle Song  /  Hector the Hero  Gallaton  / Angus Macrae  / Angus Campbell   Charles Glendinning, Annapolis - b. 1949 - Kit’s Rocking Chair Song  / Andrew’s Lullabye  /  Puckertoot  John Turner, Dundas - b. 1950 - John Turner's Lamentation for John Murray (9th Earl of Dunmore) / The Minister's Meeting  / Deil's Jig  Ghost of Banchory     John Turner's Lament for the Death of Hector MacAndrew 

To order a CD, send an e-mail request to mailorder@fiddletreemusic.com or to The Kitchen Musician

John Turner's
"Scottish Musical Menagerie"

John Turner -fiddle, mandolin, recorder, chanter, vocals
Cliff Williams -vocals, guitar Linda Rice-Johnston-vocals Eric Rice-Johnston-bagpipes Bill Burdette –percussion
David Stephenson – banjo, guitar
Phil Shepherd – guitar, banjo, mandolin, vocals
Steve Phillips –washboard, guitar, vocals
John Glick – mandolin, vocals
Bill Burdette – bodhran, bones, sticks, 12 string guitar, vocals
Pete Bahler – bass
Charlie Glendinning – bagpipes, bones, mule

Tracks: 1.  My Love She's But A Lassie Yet / Drunken Piper / Fraser's Farm /       John Turner / Pigeon on the Gate   (2:45)  2.  Auld Rosen the Beau  (2:55)  3.  Lament for King George V  (3:31)  4.  Blue Bells  (1:21)  5.  Gilderoy  (3:36)  6.  Wexford Hornpipe / Honey in the Bag  (1:57)  7.  Will Ye No Come Back Again  (3:48)  8.  Josiah Chowning's Strathspey / Captain White / Glen of Lismore /       Hamilton House / Kenmure's On and Awa'  (2:29)  9.  Leezie Lindsay  (3:23)  10.  Green Hills of Tyrol / Lochanside  (2:02)  11.  My Johnny Was a Shoemaker  (1:05)  12.  The Haggis / Tail Toddle / Kate Dalrymple  (1:54)  13.  MacPherson's Farewell  (4:26)  14.  Malcolm Ferguson / Lord Dunmore  (2:33)  15.  McGinty's Meal and Ale  (0:35)  16.  A Fond Farewell  (1:54)  Additional tunes from “Stalking the Wild Bagpipe”   by John Turner, with the Fiddletree Band    17.  The Rev Mr. Frog / The Devil's Dance / The Piper of Dundee /         The Devil's Dance  (2:35)  18.  Speed the Plough / The Wind That Shakes the Barley / Timour the Tartar /         The Mason's Apron  (4:15)  19.  Moonstar / Scotland the Brave  (2:14)  20.  My Brown Eyed Wife  (4:12)  21.  Petronella / Staten Island / Angus Reel /         The Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh  (4:14)  22.  The Goose's Minuet / Miss Kitten's Pink Undershirt  (2:50)  23.  Amazing Grace / Rest Me Easy  (3:54)  24.  Strip the Willow: Drops of Brandy / Sir Roger de Coverly /         I Ha'e a Wife O' My Ain / The Favorite Dram  (3:25)  25.  Shepherd's Hey / Bacca Pipes Jig  (2:26)  26.  The Marsh of Mallow  (1:35) 

John Turner's
"A Giant in his Field"

1.  The Graceful Young Woman / The Lass of New Kent / The Lass in the Kitchen  2.  The Marchioness of Tweeddale (Slow Air) / Lady Niven Lumsden of Achindoir’s Strathspey / The Marquis of Tweeddale’s Reel / Miss Abercromby’s Reel – of Birkenbog  (4:50)  3.  I Once Loved A Lass - vocal by John Turner  (3:29)  4.  Mrs. James McInnes’ Strathspey – Edinburgh / Mrs. Rose’s Reel – Banff / The Moray-Shire Farmer’s Club (Reel) / Lochrynach (Reel)  (2:55)  5.  The Battle of Somme / Bron Milis  (3:11)  6.  Mrs. Major L. Stewart of the Island of Java (Slow Air) / Lord Alexander Gordon’s Strathspey / Mrs. Colonel Gordon of Leitchieston’s Reel / Arthur’s Seat (Reel)  (3:56)  7.  Mrs. Colonel Forbes’ Strathspey / Mrs. L. Stewart’s Reel – of the Island of Java  (1:48)  8.  Allison Was Her Delight / The Duchess Tree / Rocking Horse of Relig (3:59)  9.  General Stewart, West Park – Elgin (March) / Mrs. McPherson – Gileston

/ George Skene Duff, of Milton (Reel)  (2:32)  10.  The Bonnie Earl of Moray - vocal by Cliff Williams  (2:29)  11.  Lament for Sir Harry Niven Lumsden, Bar. of Achindoir / The Dutchess of Manchester’s Farewell to the Highlands of Scotland / The Dutchess of Bed-  ford’s Strathspey / Lady Louisa Russell’s Jig / Mrs. Fraser’s Reel - Cullen (5:24)12.  John Turner’s Lament for the Death of His Wife  (2:25)   13.  Chris Turner’s Christmas Waltz  (2:43)   14.  Colonel W. Marshall of the 79th Regiment of Foot / Mrs. H. Inglis (Strathspey) / The Marchioness of Breadalbane (Reel)  (3:04)  15.  The Farewell (Slow Air)  (3:42)   16.  Mr. Stephenson’s Reel / Jim Turner’s Whistling Rufus / Whistling Rufus  (2:54)  17.  Lady John Scott (Strathspey) / Lord John Scott (Reel) / Mrs. Mitchell of Stow  (2:35)  18.  The Falls of Moira / The Lonely Sewing Machine / Mair Moira  (4:44)  19.  Mairi’s Wedding - vocal byLinda Rice-Johnston (2:04)  20.  Miss Gibson Craig (Strathspey) / William Gibson Craig, M.P. (Strathspey) / Mrs. Sherrif Cameron – Elgin (Strathspey)  (4:21)  21.  Sir Charles Forbes of New and Edinglassie (Slow Air) / Mrs. George Forbes Yr. of New and Edinglassie (Reel)  (3:58)  22.  A Fond Farewell  (1:59)

The New Caledonian Four

John Turner, Colyn Fischer, David Gardner and Melinda Crawford

01 Lady Badenscot’s Reel / Petronella /Willafjord 4:46 02 Dumyat 3:35 03 Highland Laddie / Barren Rocks of Aden 3:45 04 Mrs. Jamiesons 3:23 05 Shepherd's Son 1:52 06 Piper's Cave / Devil in the Kitchen / The Peppertree 5:19 07 Lamentation for John Murray 3:56 08 Brig o'Potarch / Mains of Gartly 1:42 09 Master Andrew Grant 2:05 10 John Anderson. North of Tay, The Bride’s Reel 2:44 11 Stirling Castle / Spey in Spate / Bungalow / Gladstone 3:03 12 Bonnie Heather / The Music Lesson 2:20 13 Mrs. Farquarson of

Invercauld's Reel 1:38 14 Fairies Love Song / Miss Lyall / Timour the Tartar 4:21 15 Lonely Sewing Machine 1:58 16 Lament for Our Mothers 3:14 17 Igbee's March / The Black River / Dr. Gordon Stable's Reel 3:38 18 Coilsfield House 3:15 19 The Merry Pearsonses 1:46 20 Farewell to Auchtemurchty 5:01 21 Banks Hornpipe 1:53 22 Niel Gow's Lament for His 2nd Wife / Niel Gow's Farewell to Whisky 4:29 23 Lady Badenscot’s Reel / Petronella / Willafjord - kits 3:59
Playing time: 1 hour 13 minutes
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