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Margaret Bennett - Mary Mac Take the Road to Aberfeldy, 2007 02:24. Margaret Bennett - Connemara In the sunny long ag. 2001 03:48. Margaret Bennett - Rocks of Merasheen In the sunny long ag. 2001 05:13. Margaret Bennett - Jock o hazeldean In the sunny long ag. 2001 05:01. Margaret Bennett - Sonny's Dream In the sunny long ag.
Mageez & Margaret Bennett). album: Mr. Ghetto Swagger. Mary Mac. album: Take the Road to Aberfeldy. album: In the sunny long ag. ocks of Merasheen. at Murphy's Meadow. album: The Song Of The Gael.
Margaret Bennett: Scottish writer, folklorist, ethnologist, broadcaster and singer. Her main interests lies in the field of traditional Scottish folk culture and cultural identity of the Scots, home and abroad. The late Hamish Henderson, internationally distinguished poet and folklorist, said about her: Margaret embodies the spirit of Scotland. Thug Oirinn Oro, The Singing Bird, A Chailinn Dhuinn & Miss Lyle и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Margaret Bennett grew up in a family of tradition bearers: Gaelic, from her mother's side, and Irish and Lowland Scots from her father's. She and her three sisters lived their childhood in the Isle of Skye, "in a household where singing, playing music, dancing and storytelling were a way of life as were traditional crafts. The family moved to the Isle of Lewis in the late 1950s, and then to the Shetland Islands between 1963–1964, when her father (a civil engineer). Take the road to Aberfeldy, 2007. In the sunny long ag. 2000 (all arrangements and production by Margaret and Martyn Bennett).
Hi Horo 'S Na Horo Eile. Take the road to aberfeldy. James Duncan MacKenzie. Eyes To The Sky, Iain Donald MacGillvray, Barbara Anne MacKenzie's Jig. Murdo Wasp MacDonald.