Celebrating Scotland's Harp – Calum Macleod

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Clarsach player and Gaelic singer, Calum Macleod, grew up surrounded by music, and in this short concert will perform some of his favourite tunes and songs from the Gaelic tradition as well as new compositions. From songs of unrequited love to work songs used to waulk the tweed and haunting slow airs to toe-tapping jigs and reels there’s sure to be something for everyone! This solo performance will include some tracks from both his debut album Leam Fhin and the newly released album Leodhas by his duo, Nodha.

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