Sample mp3 files

Here are some samples from the 'Sae Will We Yet' album.Please note, each sample is 1 or 2 minutes from the full track- they are all incomplete. If you like what you hear, you can order the real thing from www.musicscotland.com or www.portlandamerica.com

The samples are in MP3 format, and you'll need an MP3 player to hear them. For each track, you can download a sample of higher quality (hi) or lower (lo). File size is shown beside each.

You can also hear recordings of Tony at RareTunes.org

Tail Toddle (song/tune)

Recording with the Windbags- Tony Cuffe, Jerry O'Sullivan, Pat O'Gorman, John Skelton- in New York City, 2000.

(c) The Windbags

hi (688 KB) lo (344 KB)

Cairn O'Mount

An old Scots love song, put to a tune by Tony. Recorded in Arlington, Boston, in 2001.

hi (806 KB) lo (404 KB)

The Burning of the Piper's Hut

Harp duet with Tony and Billy Jackson, recorded live at Swannanoa Gathering, North Carolina, in 1995.

hi (572 KB) lo (286 KB)

The Water o' Wearie's Well

An old Scots ballad- it opens with the sound of wind blowing through the strings of Tony's harp. Recorded in Arlington, Boston, in 2001, and Edinburgh 2002.

hi (764 KB) lo (382 KB)

The Girl That Broke My Heart / Mary McMahon

Two Irish reels. Tony reduces the tempo to exploit the harmonic and emotional possibilities inherent in the melody and suggested by the title. Recorded in Arlington, Boston, in 2001.

hi (576 KB) lo (288 KB)

Sae Will We Yet

An old Scots song adapted by Tony and made his own. Taken from the first album by Jock Tamson's Bairns, recorded in Midlothian, Scotland, in 1980.

(c) Jock Tamson's Bairns

 

hi (794 KB) lo (398 KB)

Other tracks on the album:

  • The Road to Drumleman
  • Hector the Hero / The Marquis of Huntly's Highland Fling
  • Kelvin's Purling Stream
  • Rachel Rae
  • The Bonny Lass
  • Caller Herrin'
  • Angus G MacLeod / The Ewie Wi The Crookit Horn

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