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Celtic & Scottish Studies Blog

Celtic & Scottish Studies Blog

Traditional arts, languages and culture in Scotland

Tag: saxophone

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 […]

I’ve played the Scottish bagpipes since 1986, initially learning about the instrument and the music played on it in what can be described as ‘a traditional fashion’. I became acquainted with the various strands of repertoire, ceol mor agus beag, developing an overview of the various collections which constitute the available canon of music of […]

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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