David Brewer & Rebecca Lomnicky | Inspired

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Inspired

by David Brewer & Rebecca Lomnicky

From a traditional Gaelic air to sets of contemporary reels, this exciting collection bridges the gap between the peoples music of Scotland and modern compositions by both David and Rebecca.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Inspired David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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2. Bridging The Gap David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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3. Lady Elizabeth Cole's David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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4. A Mhòrthir Bhoideach David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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5. The Highland Wedding David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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6. Grandma Rebecca’s Favorite David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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7. Amazing Grace David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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8. The Panda David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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9. The E♭ Set David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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10. The Lights Below Creston David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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11. Mrs Forsyth’s Pibroch David Brewer and Rebecca Lomnicky
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Inspired is the latest collaboration between Glenfiddich international fiddle champion, Rebecca Lomnicky, and David Brewer, piper from the popular Celtic band Molly's Revenge.

From a traditional Gaelic air to sets of contemporary reels, this exciting collection bridges the gap between the peoples music of Scotland and modern compositions by both David and Rebecca. Complimenting the lush tone of Rebecca's fiddle, David intertwines through the eleven tracks with the smooth timbre of the Scottish smallpipes, as well as highland bagpipes, low whistle, and various stringed instruments.

Guest musicians Natalie Haas on cello, and Jeffrey Spero on piano, add a touch of grace to the flowing original waltzes and airs, and a fiery rhythm to the innovative jig & reel arrangements. 

Inspired is a fresh and well-rounded work of acoustic instrumental music spanning a wide range of sound-scapes and emotion.


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Art Kennedy

Inspired? Yep!
Simply superb! But that's no surprise . . . it's Rebecca. Don't know David's music as well but he's mighty fine here too. Really it is all of a piece. Blended beautifully.

Peggy Edwards

Inspired, one of the best
From the lively opening eponymous track trough the plaintive A Mhorthir Bhoideach and the superb The Lights Below Creston to the hauntingly beautiful closing Mrs. Forsyth’s Pibroch, “Inspired” is a masterpiece by two of the West Coast’s most popular Celtic musicians, fiddle champion Rebecca Lomnicky and piper extraordinaire, David Brewer of Molly's Revenge.
From the old world to the new, from traditional tunes to more modern melodies, Lomnicky and Brewer take their listeners on a musical journey of jigs and reels, marches and airs, and a rendition of Amazing Grace that melts the heart.
Backed by Natalie Haas on cello and Jeffrey Spero on piano, Lomnicky makes her fiddle sing, at times even taking on the characteristics of various other instruments; while David Brewer … what can one say? What instrument doesn’t he play, and play well? Most of all, when these two get together, the whole is definitely much more than the sum of the parts.
How would I rate this CD? Among my top ten favorties - a desert island collection if ever there was one!