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Put Me In The Great Chest-The Three Peaks Of South Uist-South Uist

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  2. B6 - Put Me In The Great Chest-The Three Peaks Of South Uist-South Uist Jim Barnes: cittern, guitar, vocals; Sylvia Barnes: vocals, dulcimer, guitar, bodhrán;.
  3. One recording of The Three Peaks Of South Uist With Put Me In The Big Chest. Put Me In The Big Chest (reel) is also known as Beaton’s Last, Big Coffin, Cuir ‘s A’ Chiste Mhoir Mi, Cuir Chiste Mhoir Mi, Cuir Sa Chiste Mhoir Mi, Cuir Sa’ Chiste Mhoir Mi, Cuir’s A’Chiste Mhoir Mi, Cur Dhan Chiste Mhor Mi, Lying In The Casket, Lying In The Coffin, Miss Cruickshank’s, Old Time Wedding.
  4. Put Me In The Great Chest-The Three Peaks Of South Uist-South Uist: 会社名など Recorded At – Castlesound Studios; クレジット Bagpipes, Whistle – Dougie Pincock; Cittern, Guitar, Banjo.
  5. Put Me In The Great Chest-The Three Peaks Of South Uist-South Uist: Companies, etc. Recorded At – Castlesound Studios; Credits Bagpipes, Whistle – Dougie Pincock; Cittern, Guitar, Banjo /5(10).
  6. Oct 23,  · Put Me in the Great Chest/The Three Peaks of South Uist/South Uist. all songs traditional unless otherwise indicated DL. posted by Lizardson at AM. 3 Comments: Anonymous said Thanks very much Gonzo. Glad to see you are back! 23 October, Anonymous said Thank you so much!
  7. Kentigern: Kentigern (Topic 12TS, ). Side One: Cullen Bay/Jig O' Slurs/Seagull; The Corncake; Breton Tunes/Greenwoodside; The Weary Farmers; Pipe Major Donald McLean of Lewis/The Weavers of Newly/Kail and Pudding/Loch Roag; The Iron Horse; The Last o' Tinkler; Rathven Market/The Conundrum Side Two: Gin I Were Shot o' Her; Hebridean Air/The Braes of Tulimet/The Braes of Mellinish; Wild.
  8. Kentigern Scottish folk group Kentigern was a group formed in out of a regular session at the Victoria Bar, Glasgow. John Gahagan (whistle) had been a member of The Battlefield Band, and with Jimmy McGuire (fiddle, banjo) combined with the four members of Tinkler Maidgie - Sandy Stanage (cittern, guitar, banjo) (who had also been in Molendinar), Ian MacDonald (pipes), Jim Barnes (cittern.

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