Sights And Sounds Of Scotland

Sights And Sounds Of Scotland

format: DVD & CD   |   compatibility: PAL only (UK/Eur/Aus)Region 0 (worldwide)
ref: MOTIF8002D   |   released: July 2014   |   condition: new

11.62 UK
9.68 outside UK

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23 Tracks: Donald Where's Your Troosers? * Wild Mountain Thyme * Gaelic Waltz Medley: Farewell / Leaving Stornoway / Sunset Over Foula / Ronas Voe * Mist Covered Mountains (Small Pipes Mix) * My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose (Harp Mix) * Rest Thy Weary Head * The Tunes Of Glory (Black Bear) * Loch Lomond (Ambient Mix) * The Gay Gordons * Mary Mac * Theme From Local Hero (Chillout Mix) * Celtic Reel * Rowan Tree (Bagpipe Mix) * Hasten And Come With Me * Dancing At Whitsun * Rosslyn Chapel * You Can Always Come Home Son * Mull Of Kintyre * Calm After The Storm * Bonnie Galloway (Bagpipe Mix) * The Winter Air * Lord Lovat's Lament * Auld Lang Syne.

DVD Chapter points: Edinburgh * Dundee * The Highlands * Loch ness * The Trossachs Glasgow * Bonus Footage (Music Only).

This delightful DVD and CD, explores the breathtaking Scottish sights and sounds of Scotland.

Visions Of Scotland DVD is a thrilling tour of Scotland's historic and picturesque destinations from the heather-clad hills of the Highlands to the low-lying borderlands. The programme is shot from a helicopter-mounted camera and set to regional music with informative narration.

Sounds Of Scotland CD includes some of the finest sounds from around Scotland with Andy Stewart, Sir Jimmy Shand and many more.

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