Pauline Cato - The Wansbeck Piper mp3 flac
- Album: The Wansbeck Piper
- MP3: 1474 mb | FLAC: 1346 mb
- Released: 1992
- Style: Folk
- Rating: 4.4/5
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Pauline Cato - The Wansbeck Piper. Pauline’s first solo recording, 1992. 01). Mostly solo Nortumbrian pipes.
By Land and Sea Pauline Cato & Tom McConville. Daily Telegraph Folk Album of the Year 1996. U Track 4 U Track 6. The Wansbeck Piper Pauline Cato solo. Special Offer - But this and get a copy of Changing Tides on cassette for free! CD only £1. 0 including post and packing. U Track 7 U Track 12. Changing Tides Pauline Cato solo featuring Tom McConville.
Listen to music from Pauline Cato like The Lady's Well/Random/The Cliff, The Carrick Hornpipe, Happy Hours & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Pauline Cato. northumbrian smallpipes.
Cato became a professional musician shortly after releasing her debut album, The Wansbeck Piper, in 1993. Her second album, Changing Tides, marked the first time that she worked with McConville, a fiddler she met at the Shetland Folk Festival. In addition to performing as a soloist and in a duo with McConville, Cato has worked with Alistair Anderson and the Northern Sinfonia Orchestra in the opera Cullecoates Tommy. Cato has become a highly respected instructor and has taught courses in the United Kingdom, Germany, and the United States.
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Pied Piper is the twentieth studio album (25th overall), by Scottish singer-songwriter Donovan. It marks the third album of his children's music, after the For Little Ones portion of A Gift from a Flower to a Garden and . Pied Piper was released in both the UK and US (Rhino 78290) on 19 March 2002. After it became apparent that Sutras was going to be the only Donovan album released on Rick Rubin's American Recordings label, Donovan withdrew from releasing new music
PIED PIPER: I play the flut. ut what is going on?. There are a lot of rats in this town. I have never seen so many rats together!. NARRATOR: The pied piper read the poster and as soon as he finished reading it he went back to the old man. PIED PIPER: My friend, can you tell me where the city hall is?. OLD MAN: Go straight, there you will see a big white building. That’s the city hall. Why do you want to go there?. PIED PIPER: Because I will get rid of the rats. The reward will be mine. NARRATOR: And the Pied Piper went to the city hall. As soon as he arrived the city hall he asked to see the Mayor. PIED PIPER: Good day, I would like to talk to the mayor
|A1||Calliope House / Tripping Upstairs|
|A2||Captain Ross / Cuckold Come Out Of The Amrey + Variations|
|A3||The Piper's Weird|
|A4||The Carrick Hornpipe / Happy Hours|
|A5||Lament For Ian Dickson|
|A7||The Wild Hills O' Wannies|
|B1||Town Green Polka / Bluebell Polka|
|B2||The Exhibition / The Hawk|
|B3||Neil Gow's Lament For The Death Of His Second Wife|
|B4||Rowley Burn / Remember Me|
|B5||The Lady's Well / Random + Variations / The Cliff|
|B6||Wallington Hall / The Locomotive|
|B7||Moving Cloud / The New High Level (Whinham) / Mason's Apron|
- Recorded At – J.D.'s Studios
- Bass – Pete Charlesworth
- Keyboards – Stephan Whitlan
- Northumbrian Pipes – Pauline Cato
NotesMade in England
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