Back to catalogue search

Scottish Airs

Werner Güra, Christoph Berner, Julia Schröder, Roel Dieltiens
    • Apple Music

    Haydn in Scotland

    The arrangements of Scottish ‘national melodies’ (nearly 400 in all) are among the little-known gems of Haydn’s last years. Already a past master of the piano trio medium (as is proved by the inspired Trio Hob. XV:27 also included here), he turned his accompaniments to these songs into miniature masterpieces of vigour and wit. Our selection covers a wide expressive range, from tender love songs to the pawkiest of folk humour . . .

    Read more Read less


    • Tenor
    • Christoph Berner
    • Julia Schröder
    • Roel Dieltiens


    JOSEPH HAYDN [1732-1809]
    · The Lea-Rig Hob. XXXIa:31bis (2'05)
    · Morag Hob. XXXIa:143bis (4'12)
    · Sleep'st thou, or wak'st thou (Deil tak' the wars) Hob. XXXIa:157 (2'39)
    · O wise and valiant Willy (Rattling roaring Willy) Hob. XXXIa:227 (1'25)
    · Trio in C major Hob. XV:27 - Allegro (8'14)
    · Twas at the hour of dark midnight (Barbara Allan) Hob. XXXIa:31bis (5'31)
    · Jenny's Bawbee Hob. XXXIa:252 (3'47)
    · Mary's Dream Hob. XXXIa:1bis (5'04)
    · Trio in C major Hob. XV:27 - Andante (5'19)
    · The night her silent sable wore (She rose, and let me in) Hob. XXXIa:219bis (3'24)
    · William and Margaret Hob. XXXIa:153 (7'19)
    · Bessy Bell and Mary Gray Hob. XXXIa:38 (2'40)
    · Trio in C major Hob. XV:27 - Presto (5'06)
    · There was a lass (Willie was a wanton wag) Hob. XXXIa:4bis (2'56)
    · Highland Air: The Lone Vale Hob. XXXIa:175 (3'41)
    · My Love she's but a lassie yet Hob. XXXIa:194 (2'18)

    Stay up to date with one click

    If you wish to get the latest updates on your favorite artists or track their next event, sign up below!

    Back to the top