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If I were a blackbird – from the album Anchoress

Whittingham Fair – a Northumbrian folk song and variant of Scarborough Fair

Fear a’ Bhàta (The Boatman) – a Scottish folk song in Gaelic written in the late 18th century by school teacher Sìne NicFhionnlaigh for her fisherman Dòmhnall MacRath

Blue Bleezin’ Blind Drunk – a traditional Scottish song from the Stewart family

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Fairy Boat Hornpipe – original tune

JS Bach – Prelude from Suite I in G major

Chopin – Nocturne in Eb Opus 9 No 2 with pianist Jonathan Musgrave

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Performance of the early 13th century song ‘Ar ne kuth ich sorghë non’ from the Liber de antiquis legibus manuscript, currently in the Guildhall, London with early music group Wilde Roses, featuring Arngeir Hauksson – gittern

13th century song ‘Man Mai Longes Lives Weene’ with Wilde Roses

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Performance on baroque cello – premiere of two recently discovered Vivaldi arias on BBC1’s ‘Britain’s Hidden Heritage’ presented by Paul Martin

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The Nyckelharpa Diaries, a performance and interview with Stephanie Feeney from Renaissance FM, Resonance 104.4FM

Anna talks about her work on Stephanie Feeney’s show: ‘Renaissance FM’ on Resonance 104.4FM 16th September 2014