Jamie, Come Try Me

Music (classical, folk)

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Description

Elspeth McVeigh, soprano, 'voice... of real purity and integrity' **** (BroadwayBaby.com) returns to the Edinburgh Fringe with another selection of fabulous, rarely performed Scottish music – this time with baroque fiddle and flute. Delicious, heart-warming 17th and 18th-century music chosen for its variety and beauty, and its peculiarly Scottish sound. Many of the songs have roots reaching into the 16th century. Others, arrangements of traditional pieces (including by Robert Burns) whose essential melodies and lyrics were adopted, adapted and integrated into beautiful 18th-century compositions. Wonderful! Enjoy!

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