Accordion VST: Corn Rigs Are Bonnie by Akkordica
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Please login or signup to use this feature. - Corn Rigs Are Bonnie (Traditional Scottish) with Akkordica Virtual Accordion, Harmonica and Melodica VST Plugin demo featuring Strasser Accordion preset, included in version 1.0. VST for PC Windows, Audio Unit and VST for macOS and Mac OS X (See requirements below).

* The slow march 'Corn Rigs Are Bonnie' is a traditional Scottish song put to the words of the poem of the same name written by Robert Burns (1759-96). This song dates from the 17th century, and a country dance of the same name was frequently taught by country dance masters in Scotland in the 19th century. Both the tune and the dance were also well-known in County Donegal, Ireland.
Though often derided as Scottish kitsch, the accordion has long been a part of Scottish music. Country dance bands, such as that led by the renowned Jimmy Shand, have helped to dispel this image. In the early 20th century, the melodeon (a variety of diatonic button accordion) was popular among rural folk, and was part of the bothy band tradition. More recently, performers like Phil Cunningham (of Silly Wizard) and Sandy Brechin have helped popularise the accordion in Scottish music.

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