Albums from Macmeanmna
A collection of new and old Gaelic songs from Arthur Cormack
2016 release from the musical well of Skye's Blair Douglas, back with a great selection of tunes all with stories behind the names.
The latest album from the Angus Nicolson Trio - Skye's Angus Nicolson and Andrew MacPherson and Glenelg born Murdo Cameron.
Another gem of an album from ace Celtic Harmonica player, Donald Black
2012 release from Skye musical genius, Blair Douglas
Long-awaited brand new album from the legendary Gaelic group, Na h-Òganaich: Margaret MacLeod, Donnie MacLeod and Noel Eadie. Produced and Engineered by Simple Minds' Mick MacNeil and Mastered at Abbey Road, London.
A story of songs inspired by the novel of the same name by American author, Ann Patchett.
A rich inheritance
A long-awaited second solo album by one of the world's best pipers.
A suberb debut album by one of the nation's best pipers.
Gaelic choral singing at its very best
An album of ceol mor by the celebrated Breton piper
Gaelic song from multi-Mòd medal winner, Calum Ross
A stunning release by the celebrated piper
Haunting traditional music on the mouthorgan, played by the maestro himself, Donald Black
Stuart's debut CD was named 'Album of the Year' for 2007 by the influential website, Pipes Drums
Superb traditional singing from South Uist
Màiri Sìne's debut album, Back in Lochalsh
A superb third release by the celebrated group, Cliar
This double CD features performances at the Northern Meeting in Inverness by ten of the world's most successful competitive pipers
14 mostly newly-recorded tracks by Blair Douglas, Michael Marra, Anne Martin, Donnie Munro, The Jennifer Forrest Band, Mackenzie, Dr Angus Macdonald, Peatbog Faeries, Arthur Cormack, Ingrid Henderson and Iain MacFarlane.
Superb debut album by a splendid traditional singer
This superb album is Iain's second with Macmeanmna
Bho Dòrn gu Dòrn features newly-recorded traditional waulking songs with a CD on one side, and a DVD on the other
Some of the great pipe tunes of Scotland, played by the most talented young pipers around.
An album produced in 2003 to mark the 200th anniversary of the ‘Selkirk’ emigrations from Skye
A seasonal journey through northern lands
An album from a great piper, a hugely talented singer, and a veritable treasury of traditional Gaelic songs
Exceptional singing and a treasure-house of songs
The first solo album from Kenneth who is a very talented and popular solo singer, and a consummate musician
A delightful collection of music
Highland Fiddling at its best
Dòchas' highly acclaimed debut album
The second release by Mackenzie, a Gaelic vocal group of three sisters Eilidh, Gillian and Fiona Mackenzie from Gress
Cliar's second release which underlines their superb quality
A superb album at the peak of Highland fiddling
Lasair Dhè is a unique collection of spiritual music
Fantastic Scottish dance music from a band steeping in musical Highland tradition
A new album by Bruce MacGregor, fiddler with Cliar and Blazin' Fiddles, which is a mixture of recent compositions and those of Bruce's late fiddle teacher, Donald Riddell.
An album by one of Scotland's leading guitarists
Two Highland musicians combine to create a masterpiece
This is the February 2000 debut release from the band, which won the award for Best Album at the inaugural Scots Traditional Music Awards in 2003.
This album contains some of the most beautiful songs you will have heard in Gaelic, some of them almost forgotten, with very tasteful production by Mary Ann Kennedy.
This album includes songs of love and longing, and songs which give us a glimpse of a way of life and belief, all woven together by Kenna's exquisite voice.
Exhilarating music played by one of the nation's favourites
A beautiful album by sisters Fiona, Gillian & Eilidh from Gress on the Isle of Lewis
A hugely popular album, considered to be one of Blair's best.
Maeve, from Barra, is wonderfully natural singer
Wonderful traditional singing from the Isle of Lewis
Ishbel MacAskill has long been regarded as one of the finest Gaelic singers in Scotland
This is a lovely album of Gaelic song and harp tunes AVAILABLE AS DOWNLOAD ONLY.
Blair's second album
Gaelic music and song from the Isle of Skye.
Traditional Cape Breton/Scottish Music from two Gaelic-speaking, pipe and fiddle-wielding brothers of Mabou, Nova Scotia. The product of which is an album with a tightness, simplicity and drive that speaks of their upbringing and inherent musical ability.
Cuillin FM release featuring 13 pieces of original music and song, performed by some of Skye & Lochalsh’s finest talent.