"; align="left" hspace="10" vspace="10" >If you would like to enjoy and learn about Scotland in a unique and music-based way, how about joining Ed Miller's annual Folksong Tour June 13-24 2009?

If you've ever enjoyed Ed as a performer, how about spending 10 days with him traveling Scotland as he shares his friends, country, humor, music and knowledge with you "on location" in his homeland?
Imagine hearing Border ballads in a 16th century castle; visiting the places that have inspired songwriter Brian McNeill; dancing to the fiddle of Iain Fraser; singing sea songs in Pittenweem harbor; hearing Gaelic songs on Skye with Margaret Bennett; laughing along with Adam McNaughtan's Galsgow humor; enjoying Jim Malcolm's songs of Angus and Perthshire; returning to childhood with the Singing Kettle group; dancing in Plockton village hall - all that and much more, with hikes, pub sessions and the wonderfully-varied Scottish landscape…these are the kinds of experiences Ed brings you on these very personal folksong-based tours.

If you would like more details, you can either send your mailing address to [email protected] and request a brochure and application form; or download an application form from the Folksong Tours section of www.SongsOfScotland.com">; There are also some photographs and comments from previous tours on the website.

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