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Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert


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Live from the Eighteenth Century
A concert given last year at the Brunswick Methodist Church, Newcastle uponTyne. Northumberland traditional music group
Folkworks with soprano Mhairi Lawson and members of the Avison Ensemble perform folk music and song from the North East. Introduced by Stephanie Hughes. Shield Keel Row Variations arr Beethoven Blow the Wind Southerly: The Sweetest Lad Was Jamie
Trad Dance Tunes
Trad Fy Gar Rub Her O'er wi'Strae (600 Scots Songs - Robbie Burns )
James Oswald Fiddle variations on FyGar Rub Her 0 'er wi ' Strae arr Kozeluch Ye Banks and Braes o ' Bonny Doon arr Haydn Wha' Can a Young Lassie Do wi' anAuldMan?
Anderson When Winds Begin to Sing
Trad Dog Leap Stairs; On Windy Gyle


Soprano: Mhairi Lawson
Introduced By: Stephanie Hughes.
Songs: Robbie Burns
Songs: James Oswald Fiddle
Unknown: Bonny Doon

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Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

BBC Radio 3, 14 May 2002 13.00

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