Plaid and haggis, set to music
If you have no need for the high tech of modern music or if you're seeking the ambience of lying atop a heathered brae the Rowallan Consort is just the music to bring rose to your cheeks and cheer to your heart.
The consort produces the sometimes gentle, sometimes rugged sounds of early Scotland, a land of weathered scapes and people. The lute, harp and vocals of the consort members combine for a result that is traditional yet easy to appreciate. The acoustic simplicity and the gentle melodies make for a nice contrast with the complex rhythms of the Gaels.
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