Two new tracks from Kiérah Raymond's "Stonemason's Daughter"

In a recent review here on Tradconnect Devon Leger of Hearth Music wrote about Kiérah Raymond and her recent album Stonemason's Daughter.

"It's not just her technical prowess as a traditional fiddler that makes her new album, Stonemason's Daughter, note-worthy, it's her touch with the old tunes and her taste for composing new ones. On the set "That Dang Paddy Ryan," Kiérah reins in the speedy fiddling and tucks into two great Irish tunes, reveling in the back beat that so rarely gets drawn out of that music. Her sets of Scottish Cape Breton tunes are wonderful as well, which is worth noting; Cape Breton fiddling is just about the trickiest tradition of Celtic fiddling to pull off. Her original tunes are great as well, not sounding totally derivative of traditional tunes, but sounding grounded enough in the tradition to be fun to play for most other fiddlers."

You can read the full review here and included below are two tracks from the album that have just been released.
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