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Wild mountain thyme

Argondizza, Peter and Scott, Calum, iTunes, Birnam CD , ed. (2008) Wild mountain thyme. Birnam.

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Abstract

Dr Peter Argondizza performs a classical guitar arrangement of Wild Mountain Thyme. The melody may be Scottish in origin but is attributed to McPeake. Arranged by Scott Tennant. From the album "...from the hook to the hill. Solo guitar music performed by Peter Argondizza. Recorded at the University of Strathclye.