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Celtic & Scottish Studies Blog

Celtic & Scottish Studies Blog

Traditional arts, languages and culture in Scotland

Tag: archives

I warmly invite you to attend St Cecilia’s Hall on Friday 6th October where I’ll present my latest collection music titled, ‘One Great Circle’, created in my current role, Traditional Artist in Residence for LLC, University of Edinburgh. Joining me to perform are the fantastically talented duo of Chris Stout (fiddle) and Catriona McKay (harp).  […]

My name is Fraser Fifield, I’m a musician and composer, and delighted to be the new Traditional Artist in Residence at the University of Edinburgh. I’ve worked professionally in music for around 26 years, releasing 8 solo albums and performing on bagpipes, saxophone and low whistle with many artists at home and abroad. During my […]

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Sreath ùr a’ comharrachadh 70 bliadhna de Sgoil Eòlais na h-Alba, 1951-2021. A new series marking 70 years of the School of Scottish Studies, 1951-2021. With thanks to all the presenters, staff at BBC Radio nan Gàidheal and at the School of Scottish Studies Archives. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000yfx1/episodes/player Tha an t-sreath phrògraman ùra Sgaoileadh an Eòlais a’ […]

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