An August Night at the Strupag
By Ingrid Henderson, Hannah Moule and Anna-Wendy Stevenson
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This audio forms part of a series of audio interviews conducted in 2022 by Smartify as part of the Spirit of the Highlands and Islands project. Listen and discover the Spirit of the Highlands and Islands through the eyes of the people who live, work and visit here.
In this recording, listen to An Tinne musicians Ingrid Henderson, clarsach player, Hannah Moule, cello and voice, and Anna-Wendy Stevenson, playing viola, violin and voice, as they explain their fresh approach to live music and treat us to a delightful performance on an August night in Kilmuir for An Tinne's Gaelic Strupag.
An Tinne, or 'the Link', is a project led by SEALL - one of Scotland's leading rural performing arts promoters - and Skye Gaelic singer Anne Martin. Through the medium of music, the project reimagines a collection of Trotternish folk songs and speaks to a deep, centuries-old connection between Scotland and Australia.
...we're not stuck to sheets of music and dots...you're sharing music together as well...