Released in 2004, this is the long awaited album from Alison Kinnaird. It features Alison on gut and wire strung harps and cello and contains 13 tracks.
Alison is joined on the album by Ann Heyman, Charlie Heymann, Alasdair White, Mike Katz, Christine Primrose and Robin Morton.
Included with the CD is a free DVD featuring 3 short films relating to Alison`s music and the other side of her artistic endeavour as a glass artist. You can preview 'Psalmsong', one of the films, below
"This is Scottish traditional music at it's very best, something to be proud to be part of, thrilling to hear and humbling to realise the lack of extent of our knowledge"
Edinburgh Guide, December 2004
"...yet another extraordinary example of her mastery of all forms of Scottish traditional music....the music alone is enough to make this CD essential, the glass art videos simply take her vision to a whole new level"
Folk Harp Journal, Spring 2005
"Rarely have such ancient themes been so successfully meshed with modern images, techniques and technology. This is a truly ground-breaking project, fully recognized with great artistry"
1. Laura Bhisa
2. Tweedside - Mart Scott, the Flower of Yarrow
3. Cumh Iorla Wigton
4. The Horseman's Port
5. Lude's Lament
6. The Batell Of Harloe - The March of Donald - Lord of the Isles to the Battle of Harlaw
7. Cumha Eachainn Ruaidh Nan Cath
8. Taladh Dhomhnaill Ghuirm
9. Dubh An Tomaidh
10. Port Gordon
11. Ayrshire Lasses - Dance of the Dead
12. Air By Fingal III