Celtic Fiddle contains driving renditions of traditional and original Scottish, Irish, and Cape Breton Fiddle Tunes. On each track Kittel is accompanied by Charlie Wilkie, Guitar; Patrick Flannagan, Bouzouki & Guitar; Tim Sparling, Piano; or Jesse Mason, Guitar. 54 Minutes.
Fiddler Magazine, Summer 2003
"[Jeremy has] established impeccable credentials for Scottish fiddling with his first album..."
Sing Out, Fall 2003
"Still in his teens, Jeremy Kittel has already established himself as a world-class fiddler."
Bryan Kelso Crow, Celtic Connections National Syndicated Radio Program
"One of the top 20 Celtic albums of 2000, and certainly the best album by a new young artist."
Current Magazine, 9/2000
"His album showcases his talent in a well-chosen series of tunes, including the wonderful "Tamlin" and the haunting "Well May Charlie Wear the Crown."
Irish-American News, 4/2003
"At last year's festival Kittel brought the house down - one day after turning 18."
Valley News, New Hampshire, 12/12/02
"You'd think he had been playing for decades in Irish Music Halls. Kittel's fiddle style is utterly convincing; he has the characteristic driven-bow style of Irish and Scottish fiddling, the percussive cuts and rolls, down pat."
Check out the artist's website:
1. Inverness Gathering/Iron Man/Pretty Peg/Jenny Dang the Weaver
2. My Former Wife/Old Copperplate/The Copperplate
4. The Trig Jig/Mom's Jig
5. The Yellow Tinker/Lord MacDonald/The Fair of Ballinasloe
6. The Brown Sailed Boat/Miss Drummond of Perth/The Maids of Mt. Ci
7. Well May Charlie Wear the Crown
8. Oisin's Hornpipe/Sleepy Maggie/Jenny's Chickens
9. That One Reel/Julia Delaney
10. Hughie's Cap/Oisin's Reel
11. The June Tune (Jig & Reel)/The Road to Glengarry