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Miss Russell-Fergusson ‎– Ceol Clarsaich. Label: Clarsach Recordings ‎– PR 5313. Al tracks composed, sung, played & Produced by Miss Russell-Fergusson (Heloise Russell-Fergusson) who also devised the sleev. Matrix, Runout (Side One): JEF PR 5313-A.

Heloise Russell-Fergusson, Bridge of Allan.

Yours is the debut studio album recorded by American country pop singer and songwriter Russell Dickerson. It was released on October 13, 2017, through Triple Tigers Records. Produced by Casey Brown, the record follows Dickerson's 2016 EP of the same name. It was preceded by the Gold-certified single, "Yours". Yours includes five tracks previously released on the similarly-titled extended play. An alternate "wedding version" of the title track is included as the final track on both releases.

Russell Fergusson was born on month day 1911, at birth place, to John "Jack" Marshall Fergusson and Mary Fergusson (born Vansickle). John was born in 1875, in Dummer Township, Peterborough County, Ontario. Mary was born in 1884, in Cadiff, Wales. Russell had 5 siblings: Annie Alma Colby (born Fergusson), David Fergusson and 3 other siblings. Documents of Russell Fergusson. Russel Ferguson 1911Russel Ferguson in Ontario Births, 1869-1912. Russel Ferguson was born on month day 1911, at birth place, to John Marshal Ferguson and Mary Ann Vansickle.

Principal: Dr. Ravindrasinh G. Pardeshi Address: Fergusson College, . edu Phone: 020-67656000 Contact Time: 1. 0 am-1. 00pm (by prior appointment).

Heloise "Jane" Russell-Fergusson. play all. start radio. Heloise "Jane" Russell-Fergusson.

Heloise Russell-Fergusson (1896-1970), aka Bardess of the Gorsedd and Jane, was born in Glasgow but spent much of her formative years in Port Appin, Argyll. She studied piano at the Royal Academy of Music in London from 1914-1916 and in the 1920s she taught piano in a girls’ school in Washington . On seeing a clarsach there in a city shop window, she instantly bought it, saying, ‘it seemed no stranger’. She devoted the rest of her life to learning about and sharing the songs of the Hebrides with audiences from Finland to Bali, Cairo to New York.

Playing tracks by. Elaine Pronost, Ceol Clarsaich, Miss Murdina MacDonald, V. Saakyan, Valya Balkanska and more. This show was 4th in the global folk chart. 01 Elaine Pronost - Kreiz Ar Mor 02 Ceol Clarsaich - The Sea 03 Miss Murdina MacDonald - Tha Do Rìoghachd Iàn Do Ghlòir 04 V. Saakyan - Dun En Glkhen 05 Valya Balkanska - Izlel e Delyu haidoutin 06 Folklore Ensemble of Plekhovo Village, Kursk Region - Along The Street 07 Idriz Keskin & Kamil Keskin - Yörük Kadın Zeybeği Ve Ince Mehmet 08 The Toraia Orchestra of Algiers with.