Malcolm Ross MacPherson  - Binneas Is Boreraig Piobaireachd vol 4

Malcolm Ross MacPherson - Binneas Is Boreraig Piobaireachd vol 4

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(March 2013) 24 tracks: The Company's Salute * Lady Margaret MacDonald's Salute * MacNab's Salute * Duncan MacRae Of Kintail's Lament * MacDonald's Salute * The Battle Of Sheriffmuir * MacIntosh's Lament * Battle Of Waternish * Lament For Captain MacDougall * MacLeod's Short Tune * Finger Lock * Lady Doyle's Salute * Lament For The Old Sword * Hector MacLean's Salute * Cluny MacPherson's Salute * Lament For Finlay * Chisholm's Salute * The Unjust Incarceration * Lament For MacSwan Of Roag * I Am Proud To Play A Pipe * The Massacre Of Glencoe * Colin Roy MacKenzie's Lament * Lament For Red Hector Of The Battles * The Battle Of Strome.

Fourth part of a 110-tune collection recorded by Malcolm MacPherson in 1959 as a companion to the Binneas Is Boreraig music book series.

The 24 Piobearachd on this CD were recorded in Calum Og's later years and are of great significance. They have been digitally re-mastered from original vinyl recordings which themselves have been recorded off reel to reel tapes and are now sought-after collectors' items.

The music in this series does not represent the competitive side of Calum Og, but reflects his style of playing, which developed through from his ancestors (directly back to the MacCrimmons) who were pipers to Cluny MacPherson, as well as John MacDonald of Inverness.

It was the MacCrimmons whose mastery of Piobaireachd, the ancient classical music of the Highlands of Scotland, was unrivalled at any time in history. In turn, their students spread their unique way of playing throughout the West Highlands.


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