(June 2012) 13 tracks: 3/4 Marches: My Land / Castle Dangerous * Strathspeys And Reels: Dora MacLeod / Caledonian Society Of London / Lachlan MacPhail Of Tiree / Alick C MacGregor * Jigs: The Eavesdropper / Daniel Michael Coleman's Father's Fancy / Delaney's Drummers / Old Joe / The Glasgow Police Pipers / The Jig Runrig * 2/4 Marches: Arthur Bignold Of Lochrosque / John MacColl's March To Kilbowie Cottage / The 71st Highlanders / The 74th Farewell To Edinburgh / Margaret M Black * 6/8 Marches: Triumph Street Pipe Band / Redford Cottage * Gaelic Air, Strathspey And Reel: Braes Of Locheil / Louden's Bonnie Woods And Braes / Because He Was A Bonnie Lad / O'er The Bows To Ballindalloch / Captain Horne / The High Road To Linton / The Kilt Is My Delight / The Reel Of Tulloch / Mrs MacLeod Of Raasay * Piobaireachd: Field Of Gold * March, Strathspey And Reels: Highland Wedding / Cameronian Rant / Charlies Welcome / Pretty Marion / Mrs MacPherson Of Inveran * 4/4 Marches: Battle Of Waterloo / The Wee Highland Laddie / The Shores Of Lochbee / Flett From Flotta * Strathspeys And Reels: Susan MacLeod / John Roy Stewart / The Rejected Suitor / The Grey Bob * Irish Jigs: The Lark In The Morning / The Gold Ring / The Friar's Britches / Merrily Danced The Quaker's Wife * Gaelic Songs: Se Siabost As Boidche / An T-Alltan Dubh / E Ho Ro Tha Mi'n Duil Rith Bhith Tilleadh / Iain A Luaidh Nach Pos Thu / Fagail Bharraidh * Gaelic Song, Hornpipes And Jigs: Soraidh Leis An Ait / Doctor MacInnes's Fancy / Jimmy Blue / The Rakes Of Kildare / The Fiddler's Rally.Angus, who hails from Benderloch, near Oban in Argyll, is ranked among the world's greatest pipers.Recorded live in Oban, this CD features highland bagpiping at the highest level.He comes from an illustrious piping familyand is the Great Grand Nephew of the legendary John MacColl. This CD is dedicated to his father and piping teacher, Dugie MacColl, who died very suddenly at home in 2002, aged 67.Angus has a tremendous track record in competative piping, winning the Gold Medal at Inverness (1992), the Clasp (1993) and the Gold Medal at Oban (1996). He was also winner of the Glenfiddich Invitational (1995, 2006 and 2010), winner of the GS MacLennan, San Diego 1997 and, in addition to being placed first in the senior ceol beag at both meetings, he finished 2nd overall at the 1997 Glenfiddich Invitational. He won the Clasp at Inverness in 1998 and won of the Donald MacLeod Competition in 1999. The year 2000 was a memorable year for Angus who won the Senior Piobaireachd at Oban and also the Clasp at Inverness for the third time.He excels as an entertainer and is constantly in demand at recitals throughout the country.