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The Kraken Consort was born in 2021 from the imagination of three musicians, friends and colleagues: theorbist Bruno Helstroffer, soprano Chantal Santon Jeffery and tenor Robert Getchell, a Celtic music enthusiast. They share a taste for traditional oral and improvised music, and were keen to team up with instrumentalists with in-depth experience of traditional music: Ronan Pellen (cistre), Brewen Favrau (piper), Sylvain Barou, David Lombardi and Laurene Durantel. For their debut album, Kraken Consort revisit the Irish and Scottish musical tradition.
The Kraken Consort was born in 2021 from the imagination of three musicians, friends and colleagues: theorbist Bruno Helstroffer, soprano Chantal Santon Jeffery and tenor Robert Getchell, a Celtic music enthusiast. They share a taste for traditional oral and improvised music, and were keen to team up with instrumentalists with in-depth experience of traditional music: Ronan Pellen (cistre), Brewen Favrau (piper), Sylvain Barou, David Lombardi and Laurene Durantel. For their debut album, Kraken Consort revisit the Irish and Scottish musical tradition.
3701624510278

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Format: CD
Label: Alpha
Rel. Date: 03/08/2024
UPC: 3701624510278

O Er the Moor
Artist: Scottish Folk / Kraken Consort
Format: CD
New: Available $20.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Oft in the Stilly Night (Scotland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
2. Kathrine Oggie (Scotland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
3. Suite of reels (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for chamber ensemble)
4. Bridget O'Malley (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
5. Sí Bheag, Sí Mhór (Sidh Beag Agus Sidh Mor) (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for chamber ensemble)
6. My Dearie Gin Thou Die (Scotland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
7. The Emigrant's Farewell (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
8. Amhrán na Leabhar (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
9. Sixteen Come Next Sunday (Scotland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
10. Slán le Máigh (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
11. Henry McDermot Roe - second air (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for chamber ensemble)
12. Scottish Set (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for chamber ensemble)
13. Time Will Cure Me (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)
14. Time Will Cure Me (Ireland) (arr. K. Dineen and Kraken Consort for voice and chamber ensemble)

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The Kraken Consort was born in 2021 from the imagination of three musicians, friends and colleagues: theorbist Bruno Helstroffer, soprano Chantal Santon Jeffery and tenor Robert Getchell, a Celtic music enthusiast. They share a taste for traditional oral and improvised music, and were keen to team up with instrumentalists with in-depth experience of traditional music: Ronan Pellen (cistre), Brewen Favrau (piper), Sylvain Barou, David Lombardi and Laurene Durantel. For their debut album, Kraken Consort revisit the Irish and Scottish musical tradition.
        
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