I started this section because of the
many emails I'd received asking me to do an introduction to Scottish and Celtic music.
Like myself these people knew almost nothing about the music, knew none of the so
called big names and found it very difficult to find any music to listen to on the Web.
This is thus my attempt at
bringing you some of the music and background to Scottish and Celtic music.
The March of the Cameron Men |
You can watch loads of videos of artists and groups within our community and
taking out a free membership you can add information on your own favourite
Scottish Community Radio from Australia
We have some 50 x 40 minute shows for you to listen
to all with a great collection of Scottish music. Jock has been the Scottish DJ
in Australia for loads of years and he puts together his shows and then tapes
them for us to record onto the site. You'll also find a 14 episode compilation
of the "Saga of Scotland".
Scots Language, Poems and
Stories in Real Audio
Since around the year 2000 the Scots Independent
Newspaper have been producing real audio productions of Scots words that you
will read in any of the many Burns poems. They have also been reading many
poems and stories for you to listen to as well as special productions of a Burns
supper and Tartan Day tributes.
Minstrelsie: A National Monument of Scottish
A 6 volume collection of
Scottish songs along with the sheet music for each song.
Illustrated by Robert Chambers (1829)
the Bard of Banff
These are recordings of his poems
A two weekly radio show from Scotland
A weekly radio show
Breath of Scotland
A weekly radio show from Ontario, Canada from Dennis Snowdon who has
been hosting the show for some 44 years. You can now listen to his
weekly podcast at any time during the week.