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The first broadcast by Three Nation's Flutes. Sarah Allen, Brian Finnegan and Michael McGoldrick play flute solos, duos and trios, taking their influences from the traditions of Britain.
There's also a look at a new book on the music and traditions of Shetland which features Tom Anderson, the man who revived the Shetland fiddle style.
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This week, Canadian band
Tzimmes; the Yiddish music hall song Coney Ireland Wedding by Leo Fuchs ; a Sephardic song collected in Morocco; a song from the Vilna Ghetto about the escape of a three-year-old child; and some Hassidic dances played by Skeaping's own band, The Burning Bush.
Continuing the series with Jimmie Macgregor.
2: Shipyards, Hillsides and Trawlers
One way to deal with years of unremitting toil was to sing about it, and great songs have been written about the working Scot.
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