(1998) 14 tracks: Regimental Marches: Pibroch o' Donuil Dhu / The Wee Highland Laddie / Cock o' the North * 2/4 Marches: The MacCallans' March / Pipe Major J McWilliams * Drum Salute * Sands of Kuwait * Company Marches: The Braemar Gathering / Over the Chindwin / The Heights of Cassino * Medley: Hazel Thompson / A A Cameron's Strathspey / Jane Campbell / Cape Breton Fiddlers / Miss Monaghan's Reel / Airlie's Big Day / Bu Chaomh Leam Bhi Mire / The Banks of the Allan / The Price of a Pig / Rory Gallacher * 2/4 Marches: We Will Take the Good Old Way / The 79th's Farewell to Gibraltar / King George V Army * Company Marches: Farewell to the Creeks / The Highland Brigade at Tel-El-Kebir * Highland Cathedral * March Strathspey and Reel: The Clan MacColl / Cabar Feidh / The Brown Haired Maid * 9/8 Marches: Willie MacRae of Ullapool / Captain H B H E Monro * 6/8 Marches: HMS Sutherland / Murdo MacKenzie of Bulghasary * Reels, Slow Air and Jigs: Sandy Kilgour / Struy Lodge / The Owl / Leaving Ireland / The Whistling Postman / The Panda / Michael MacDonald's * 4/4 March: Cabar Feidh.

The Pipes and Drums of the 1st Battalion The Highlanders - The Seaforth, Gordons and Camerons. The Highlanders are the British Army's newest Infantry Regiment, formed on 17th September 1994.They epitomise the history and spirit of this fine fighting Regiment, where they have so often stirred the soldiers into battle from the Heights of Dargai to the Sands of Kuwait.

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