Scottish Voice Show #668

January 13, 2013

Producer/Host: Janet Stubbert                         
Technical Producer Co-Host: Mark Korman
January 12, 2013  show log     

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 go to Scottish Voice archive:

 Happy Birthday: Anna Marie MacLeod


1          Jack Morrison/ Hodgepodge/ C B by the Sea

2          Natalie MacMaster/ C B Girl/ Alex MacMaster’s Jig

3          Jack Morrison/ Hodgepodge// Wee Deoch An’Doris

4          Jack Morrison/ Hodgepodge/   Donald, Where’s Your Trousers

5          Alexander Maclean/ Across the Ocean Wave/ Over theBrinyOcean& Life on the Ocean Wave

6          Anita MacDonald, Susan MacLean, Donnie Campbell/ Stepping Stone/Some Good`Old Steps:             John Campbell Strathspey, Fr. John Angus Rankin Strathspey, Dan J. Campbell

7          Peter’s Message/Peter Maclean from Aneita MacD’s CD Stepping Stone

8          Anita MacDonald, Ryan J. MacNeil/Stepping Stone/ Teannaibh Dlùth is Togaibh Fonn 

9          Anita MacDonald, Susan MacLean, Donnie Campbell/ Stepping Stone/ The Golden E String:    Kimberly Ann’s, Malcolm’s New Fiddle, W Mabou Jig

10        Ed Miller/ Come Awa’ With Me/Scotland’s Story

11        The Beaton Family/CapeBretonFiddle and Piano Music/ The Brig O’ Balater Strathspey/Fife Hunt Reel/Traditional Reel/Mrs. Ronald

12        Anita MacDonald, Susan MacLean, Donnie Campbell/ Stepping Stone/Jigs for Grampy: Orange           and Blue, Rolling Off a Log, Hughie Shortie’s Jig, Kay MacDougall-Guthro’s

13        Natalie/ MacMaster/ F Medley


On today’s show

Mark’s “News Article”:  A kitten swallowed a TV antenna and survived.

Story by Glen Gray from CB Christmas Memories: Up On The Rooftop

Bio: Anita MacDonald

Anita MacDonald is an accomplished musician, dancer, and Gaelic singer from Little Narrows,CapeBreton.   She is the granddaughter of fiddler and guitarist, Charlie Ellis, and she is the grand niece of noted fiddle, player and composer Raymond Ellis.

Anita is often sought after to conduct workshops in music, dance, and song.

Anita released her debut album, “Stepping Stone,” during the Celtic Colours International Festival 2011.  The CD features 14 tunes and songs. There are a number of guests on the album including Susan MacLean, Hilda Chiasson-Cormier, Darren McMullen, Donnie Campbell, Ryan J. MacNeil, Sarah Jane Murphy, & Anita’s cousin Evan Bonaparte, and her grandfather Charlie Ellis.

Celtic horoscope for January

Jan 02 to Jan 11 –     Fir Tre (Mysterious) — extraordinary taste, handles stress well, loves anything beautiful, stubborn, tends to care for those close to them, hard to trust others, yet a social butterfly, likes idleness and laziness after long demanding hours at work, rather modest, talented, unselfish, many friends, very reliable.

Jan 12 to Jan 24 –    Elm TreeElm Tree (Noble-mindedness) — pleasant shape, tasteful clothes, modest demands, tends not to forgive mistakes, cheerful, likes to lead but not to obey, honest and faithful partner, likes making decisions for others, generous, good sense of humor, practical.


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