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Celtic & Scottish Studies Blog

Celtic & Scottish Studies Blog

Traditional arts, languages and culture in Scotland

Tag: pipes

COTHROMACHD AGUS BUNTANAS: AM BEATHA CRUTHACHAIL SÒNRAICHTE AIG LUCHD-CIÙIL TRAIDISEANTA BALANCE AND BELONGING: THE UNIQUE CREATIVE LIFE OF TRADITIONAL MUSICIANS Sunday, May 7, 2023, 2:00 PM Traverse Theatre, 10 Cambridge Street Edinburgh, Scotland, EH1 2ED   Event page: https://edinburghtradfest.com/schedule/2023/1/20/rebellious-truth-23-mischa-macpherson Register here (free event): https://www.traverse.co.uk/whats-on/event/edinburgh-tradfest-rebellious-truth-mischa-macpherson-spring-23 This event will be hosted by Dr Lori Watson, Lecturer in […]

A Celebration of Scotland’s Music and Song Traditions Join us in celebrating St Andrew’s Day in music and song at the University of Edinburgh’s annual concert. Date and time Wed, 30 November 2022, 19:30 – 21:30 GMT (Doors open at 19:15) Location St Cecilia’s Hall Niddry Street Cowgate Edinburgh EH1 1NQ Key Information All are […]

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 […]

Celtic & Scottish Studies celebrates World Play A Strathspey Day – 15th May A few strathspeys (rhythmic Scottish tunes and songs) from our Scottish Ethnology team. https://youtu.be/uiThEhDgUek In the film Dr Lori Watson, Lecturer in Scottish Ethnology, sings the first verse of ‘Song of the Gillie More’ by Hamish Henderson set to traditional strathspey ‘Whistle […]

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