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Pete Clark & Jim Leighton - Gow Fiddle Tunes
Miss Graham Of Inchbrakie - Pete Clark & Jim Leighton (composed by Nathanial Gow)


Three Strathspeys - Grantully Bridge, Craigie Barns and The New Mill at Logierait - Pete Clark & Jim Leighton (from the Gow Collection)


Four Reels - Amulree, Dunkeld Hermitage, Inver Lasses, The Bridge of Inver - Pete Clark & Jim Leighton (from the Gow Collection)

Pete Clark lives in the heart of Scotland, in the same landscape that inspired his fellow fiddler and composer Neil Gow (1727-1807). These tunes feature Pete Clark on fiddle, with Jim Leighton on piano, and are from the Gow Collections in Pete's "Fiddle Legends" series. To download these tracks visit Pete's page at musicinscotland.com.

 
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