Here I’ve sung all the parts, using Acoustica Mixcraft and a $20 headset mic. My recording is inspired by the Chanticleer version. There are a total of 10 vo…

25 Responses to “Loch Lomond – Ralph Vaughan Williams”

  • Benjabenja77:

    This is gorgeous.

  • MrJeeves4me:

    Lovely, gentle and inspiring!

  • saxon954:

    Brilliant !!!
    Britain owes so much to Vaughan Williams for preseving a part of our heritage that had sadly been neglcted. We already had the poets and authors but he showed us that we had a rich musical legacy.

  • s6u6r6f6:

    I’m back.
    I always come back to this version.
    There is something about it that gets me right to my soul.
    thanks again

  • TheVignola:

    Nevertheless the main voice does not stand out as necessary, give you the greetings and harmonic vocal arrangement, brilliant and touching. This arrangement deserves a new recording and played by a real choir. Congratulations great job!

  • louisa1832:

    Well, I think it’s terrific.

  • Jarod Armstrong:

    Hypnotic……

  • Nick Pfister:

    I just listened to this for the first time (your recording) and simply loved it. It is truly inspirational.

  • ghostshell999:

    Good job! Nicely done!

  • Vlessgorian:

    I liked it! In spite of all the bad comments this video has recieved, I think it’s a good version because it doesn’t sound like a concert hall recording but something much more intimate, more like a group of people singing at someone’s house, and I think this music relates much more to this than to a concert hall 😀

  • nanesse:

    I just hope this video will last indefinitely on youtube; a beautiful interpretation of superb folk music so well served by vw: all my thanks!!

  • nanesse:

    I just hope this video will last indefinitely on youtube; a beautiful interpretation of superb folk music so well served by vw: all my thanks!!

  • Uboldi Piero:

    la più bella versione di Loch Lomond !!! thankyou soo much

  • Uboldi Piero:

    la più bella versione di Loch Lomond !!! la mia preferita !!! thankyou soo much

  • cranberryicicle:

    The iTunes versions do not come close. Stunning job. Thank you so much for this.

  • Andrew Reville:

    this is so beatiful!

  • s6u6r6f6:

    the finish….makes the whole song. love this.
    keep coming back to it.
    87000 cant be wrong

  • NonInflatable:

    A little dreary, I have to say…..

  • MrLFerryhouse:

    the voice is bad sorry to say nice effort but classical music and sing in english it just doesnt match, like mozart said, only latin and german spoken songs for classical songs…b

  • windstorm1000:

    You did a great job–the great music and scenic hhoto makes me wish I was in Scotland, let me tell you , laddie!

  • Jeff Oates:

    Magnificent! I know this has been up for a while. I just wanted to congratulate you for your fine work! I am sure Vaughan Williams, wherever he is, is proud this!

  • bobth1019:

    You sound just fine…always strange how people rip into others when given a chance….I give you credit for putting yourself out there…always plenty of people to take shots from the sidelines

  • Rigolettobrotha:

    Well, I am an opera singer and while this is not operatic (wasn’t meant to be I’m sure)… I would say… good job!!! It’s not perfect but it’s really pretty darn good especially the imaginative arrangement! Hey bud, why don’t you record it again with your new mics and sound board.

  • Adrian Yee:

    this is nicely done. thanks for the pleasantry.

  • Paul Skidmore:

    brilliant! very nicely done, to me it sounded spot on

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