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Freeland Barbour

Freeland Barbour

From Glen Fincastle in Perthshire, Freeland Barbour has been a central figure in Scottish traditional music for many years, as musician, radio and record producer, and composer. A former BBC music producer, he has also taught at the Royal Scottish Conservatoire in Glasgow and was manager and owner of one of the UK’s leading recording studios, Castlesound in East Lothian. A two-volume collection of his compositions and the story of his life in music, The Music and the Land, was published by Birlinn in 2015. In 2019 he published a new edition of The Lays of Strathearn, the songs of Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne.

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The Music and the Land
 
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The Music and the Land
 
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