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“Hi friends. This is the very first album I made, recorded when I was fifteen years old and still in high school. I’m grateful that sales of this CD put me through much of college! For a blast from the past… enjoy.”

Jeremy


Praise for Celtic Fiddle

“Celtic Fiddle – one of the top Celtic albums of 2000 and certainly the best by a new young artist...” 

Bryan Kelso Crow, Celtic Connections, (heard on 95 radio stations in the US)

 

“[Jeremy has] established impeccable credentials for Scottish fiddling with his first album…” 

Fiddler magazine

 

“Still in his teens, Jeremy Kittel has already established himself as a world-class fiddler.” 

Sing Out!

 

“His album showcases his talent in a well-chosen series of tunes, including the wonderful “Tamlin” and the haunting “Well May Charlie Wear the Crown.” 

Current Magazine

 

“You’d think he had been playing for decades in Irish Music Halls. Kittel’s fiddle style is utterly convincing; he has the characteristic driven-bow style of Irish and Scottish fiddling, the percussive cuts and rolls, down pat.” 

Valley News, New Hampshire


The Story

Jeremy’s year 2000 Debut recording, Celtic Fiddle, contains driving renditions of traditional and original Scottish, Irish, and Cape Breton fiddle tunes. On each track, Kittel is accompanied by Charlie Wilkie (guitar), Patrick Flannagan (bouzouki and guitar), Tim Sparling (piano) or Jesse Mason (guitar). Twelve tracks, 54 minutes.

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Celtic Fiddle - Digital (2000)

Jeremy Kittel

$9.99

Tracklist


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Invernesse Gathering / The Iron Man / Pretty Peg / Jenny Dang the Weaver 4:53

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My Former Wife / The Old Copperplate / The Copperplate 5:25

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Dargai 4:54

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The Trig Jig / Mom's Jig 3:58

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The Yellow Tinker / Lord MacDonald / The Fair of Ballinasloe 3:40

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The Brown-Sailed Boat / Miss Drummond of Perth / The Maids of Mt. Cisco / Sweeney's Buttermilk 5:53

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Well May Charlie Wear the Crown 3:47

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Oisin's Hornpipe / Sleepy Maggie / Jenny's Chickens / Lasses Trust in Providence 4:40

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That One Reel / Julia Delaney 4:52

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Hughie's Cap / Oisin's Reel 4:23

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The June Tune (Jig and Reel) / The Road to Glengarry 4:13

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Tamlin 3:52

Album Only

Downloads include choice of MP3, WAV, or FLAC

“Hi friends. This is the very first album I made, recorded when I was fifteen years old and still in high school. I’m grateful that sales of this CD put me through much of college! For a blast from the past… enjoy.”

Jeremy


Praise for Celtic Fiddle

“Celtic Fiddle – one of the top Celtic albums of 2000 and certainly the best by a new young artist...” 

Bryan Kelso Crow, Celtic Connections, (heard on 95 radio stations in the US)

 

“[Jeremy has] established impeccable credentials for Scottish fiddling with his first album…” 

Fiddler magazine

 

“Still in his teens, Jeremy Kittel has already established himself as a world-class fiddler.” 

Sing Out!

 

“His album showcases his talent in a well-chosen series of tunes, including the wonderful “Tamlin” and the haunting “Well May Charlie Wear the Crown.” 

Current Magazine

 

“You’d think he had been playing for decades in Irish Music Halls. Kittel’s fiddle style is utterly convincing; he has the characteristic driven-bow style of Irish and Scottish fiddling, the percussive cuts and rolls, down pat.” 

Valley News, New Hampshire


The Story

Jeremy’s year 2000 Debut recording, Celtic Fiddle, contains driving renditions of traditional and original Scottish, Irish, and Cape Breton fiddle tunes. On each track, Kittel is accompanied by Charlie Wilkie (guitar), Patrick Flannagan (bouzouki and guitar), Tim Sparling (piano) or Jesse Mason (guitar). Twelve tracks, 54 minutes.

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