# 815 November 7, 2015

November 8, 2015

 To listen to today’s podcast check one of the players to the right under “Listen Live” To listen to shows dating back to December 2010:http://scottishvoicepodcasts.blogspot.com/

Producer Host: Janet Stubbert Technical Producer Co-Host Mark Korman

Guests: Arisaig Mist: Susan Palmer, Laurence Beaudry, and Ken MacKenzie


# 1 J.P. Cormier/ Banks of Sicily

# 2 Ian MacDougall/ Battle of the Somme

# 3 Arisaig Mist/ ivde in studio / The Battle of Waterloo

# 4 Arisaig Mist with Linda Morrison /Sounds of War from the Glen/Apple Tree

# 5 Arisaig Mist /Live in studio/Tha Mi Sgith

# 6 Arisaig Mist with Ralph Thompson/Sounds of War from the Glen/ Well May Charlie Wear the Crown

# 7 Arisaig Mist /Live in studio/The Ewie wi’ the Crooked Horn

# 8 Arisaig Mist /Sounds of War from the Glen/The Watchmaker

#9 Arisaig Mist /Live in studio/Rose Among the Heather

#10 Ken MacKenzie/ Live in studio/Gaelic song

#11 Arisaig Mist / Live in Studio

Susan Palmer‘s CD Launch, “Sounds of War from the Glen” will be on: Feb 14th 2015 at la Bastringue and November 15, 2015 at Auberge Jazz on St-Denis.


Susan Palmer initially studied harpsichord and baroque music and

performed at the Conservatoire de musique du Québec à Montréal, and at McGill University. She also studied the Scottish harp in workshops offered by Alison Kinnaird, and by William Jackson, and teaches the Irish and Scottish harp in Montreal at Siamsa. She is preparing to launch her new CD of Scottish airs from the Simon Fraser Collection played on the harp, with Scots Gaelic songs sung by Linda Morrison.

Laurence Beaudry has played in several groups and string ensembles. She has played and sung in the choir and orchestra la Pleiade as well as in Olde World Order, a medieval group. For the past 15 years she has concentrated on traditional Quebecois, Scottish, and Irish music, and she is a fiddle teacher at L’Ecole des Arts de la Veillee. She had played in Europe with the dance troupes les Eclusiers de Lachine and les Pieds Legers, and she has appeared in shows with les Sortileges.

Kenneth MacKenzie comes from the Maritimes. He learned the highland bagpipes in Halifax, where he played in the local bands. He now lives in Montreal. He was tpipe Majort in two Montrealo-area bands: The Pierrefonds Pipes and Drums and the Rawdon Pipe and Drums, From 1981 to 1986 he was a member of the folk group Brahan Seer, with Richard Chapman, Kirk MacGeachy and Gilles Losier. Since that time he has performed many times with Gille Losier. He can be heard on records by Kaate and Anna McGarrigle and Jean Carignan. He now plays in Arisaig


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