Ceol na Pioba - Highland Bagpipe (digital album)

Ceol na Pioba - Bagpipe Music from The Highlands - On this album Andrew Hills is in splendid form and plays a tasteful and well balanced selection of pipe music which is bound to delight all lovers of the music of the Great Highland Bagpipes.

Details

Instruments:
Bagpipe/small pipes
Length:
ca. 45 mins, 0 secs
Occasions:
Ceilidh, Hogmanay, St Andrew's Night
Origin:
Scottish
Performers:
Andrew Hill
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Table of contents

  • ----1. 2/4 Marches -
  • Atholl and Breadalbane Gathering - W. Ferguson
  • Achany Glen - A. MacPhearson
  • The Conundrum - Peter MacLeod (Jnr.)----
  • ----2. Slow Air and Jigs -
  • Come Ye by Atholl
  • Cutting Bracken
  • The Curlew - Donald MacPearson----
  • ----3. 2/4 Marches, Strathspeys and Reels -
  • Major Manson’s Farewell to Clashantrushal - P/M. D. MacLean
  • John MacFadyen of Melfort - J. McColl
  • Dorrator Bridge - J. Braidwood
  • Struan Robertson
  • Alex C. MacGregor - P/M. G.S. MacLennan
  • The Rejected Suitor----
  • ----4. 6/8 Marches -
  • The Scottish Horse
  • Mhorag
  • The Steamboat
  • Hot Punch
  • The MacLeod’s March
  • I am a Young Man that Lived with my Mother----
  • ----5. Slow Air and Marches -
  • Loch Rannoch - J. Wilson
  • Colin’s Cattle
  • I see Mull (Land of my Youth)----
  • ----6. Pibroch -
  • The Munro’s Salute - Failte na’n Rothaich. This is an example of Ceol Mor, or the ‘big music’ of the bagpipe. It is a pibroch by John Dall MacKay of Gairloch, played here by Andrew Hill from Easter Ross.----
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