folkwales review

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TREACHEROUS ORCHESTRA Origins Navigator 062 The origins of the 11-strong Treacherous Orchestra, who are marching down from Scotland brandishing this excellent CD, go back to Perthshire where two young pipers, the incomparable Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton, were greatly inspired by the teachings of Pipe Major Gordon Duncan – “one of the true master composers and instrumentalists of the 20th/21st …

Bright Young Folk Review

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Origins Treacherous Orchestra 2012 Studio album the bright young folk review Treacherous Orchestra are an 11 piece ensemble of musicians, originally brought together at Celtic Connections 2009 before working extensively together in Glasgow. With backgrounds in bands as luminous as Shooglenifty, the Peatbog Fairies and Salsa Celtica, the artists bring a wide range of talents to this all-instrumental project. Origins …

TO Q&A at ScottishCultureOnline.com @ 8pm on Wed 21st March

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Treacherous Orchestra Q&A at ScottishCultureOnline.com Orginally Posted: March 5, 2012 in Scottish Culture Online News by Simon Thoumire “It’s great to have this fantastic band taking part in a SCO Q&A so if you have any questions please write them in the comments (on the SCO site) or come along and click on the link below at 8pm on the 21st …