Teton Skye formed in early 2017 and have been sharing a wide mix of antique and modern music with a Scottish-American twist. They released their first album, "Teton Skye" in 2019, and their second, "Hearts in the Highlands" in 2020. Teton Skye delights all ages with heart-tugging ballads, toe-tapping folk rhythms, and tunes that become your new favorite each time you listen.
From our 2024 Burns Supper performance
Wild Rover from our 2024 Burns Supper
Haunting melody and beautiful lyric imagery.
An old song from the British isles, but we're pretty sure the fox was Scottish.
Caledonia is the ancient name for Scotland.
Seems that even 200 years ago, parents and sons were butting heads.
Another original by Robert Burns
From our new Christmas album, Hearts in the Highlands. Child in the Manger: Mary MacDonald authored one of the few Christmas songs written in Gaelic; Lachlan MacBean translated it to English around 1888. The complexity of a traditional Scottish tune brightens this piece.
From our new Christmas album, All Hail to the Days: an early piece of published music from 1625, "All Hail" sets a reveling mood to carry us through the dark of winter. It's original "liner note" still applies: "A Pleasant Countrey New Ditty: Merrily shewing how to Drive the Cold winter away."
Literally translating as "Old Long Since", Robert Burns' 1788 song contrasts childhood memories and present cares, and bids us hold both dear. We use an alternate tune setting to the one most often used, simply because we like it better. #celticmusic #robertburns #newyear2021.
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