Phamie Gow ft. The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards – “Sunrise Over Holyrood”.

   Hey people! 🙂 

   Today I have for you a piece of Scottish music, from the multi-instrumentalist and composer Phamie Gow whose music I’ve shared several times before on here, accompanied by the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. The Holyrood in the title refers to the area of Edinburgh with this name. 

Phamie Gow ft. The Royal Scots Dragon Guards – “The Celtic Knot”.

   Hey people! 🙂 

   Today I’d like to share with you a tune played by the Scottish multi-instrumentalist Phamie Gow. I’ve shared a few of her pieces on here before, and most of them were for piano, but in this one, we can hear Phamie playing the harp. 

Phamie Gow – “Innocent Railway”.

   Hiya people! 🙂 

   For today I have a soothing, Scottish piano piece for you, from the multi-instrumentalist and composer whose music I’ve already shared with you several times which is Phamie Gow. This piece takes its name from the Innocent Railway in Edinburgh, which is called so because it was a horse-drawn railway in the time when people were suspicious of steam engines. 

 

   Phamie Gow – “Innocent Railway”.

   

Phamie Gow ft. The Royal Scots Dragon Guards – “Sunset – Tre Day’s End”.

   Hey people! 🙂 

   The sun has long set over here already, but I think this piece is very much in place in the evening anyway. This time we have not only the Scottish multi-instrumentalist Phamie Gow, whose music I’ve shared on here uite a few times before, but she is also accompanied by The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. 

Phamie Gow – “Beginning Sweetly”.

Hi guys! 🙂

Today, I’d like to introduce you to a piece of music from a very talented Scottish multiinstrumentalist whom I’ve just recently discovered myself. I really like how versatile she is musically. And, since it’s still morning here right now, I thought I’d share this particular piece, because I think it’s really nice to listen to it at this time of the day.