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“Auld Lang Syne” – A Season’s Greeting from Kevin Walsh

This lovely arrangement of the traditional Scottish song (words by Robert Burns) is by Kevin Walsh, the wonderful composer who did the music for OUTLANDER: The Musical. Kevin thought you might enjoy this, and I certainly agree! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aCZQhwkSwk&feature=feedu# If you’d like to keep the song with you for a little longer, it’s available here on iTunes. Happy Solstice!

OUTLANDER: The Musical is now on iTUNES!

Update: The information on this blog is now out of date. As of June 27, 2016, sales of the "Outlander: The Musical" were discontinued on iTunes and other outlets in the U.S. You still may buy a copy using paypal from the musical’s home page at: http://www.outlanderthemusical.com/ Original post from Oct. 15, 2011: Yay! I’m delighted to be able to tell you that—at long last—OUTLANDER: The Musical is available on iTunes! Thanks to Kevin Walsh, the composer of OTM, who made arrangements through the British Academy of Composers, Songwriters and Authors to make this happen. (Many thanks also to the BACSA!). You can, of course, still get the whole CD (which is probably a better Christmas present than a 99-cent iTunes gift card), either from Amazon.com or from Mike Gibb (the OTM lyricist), but now you can download your favorite songs to your iPod without the nuisance of ripping them. {g} And for those of you who’ve got copies of the OUTLANDER 20th Anniversary Edition—you have a sampler CD bound […]