(November 2010) 12 tracks: The Gravel Walk * Waltz Of Slurs * Lament For Small Isles Bay * Mok Music Festival Reels * Trip To Aviles * Hello World * John Paterson's Mare * Fisherman's Dream * Learning To Fly * MacDougall's Gathering * The Magic Flute.

Traditional and contemporary tunes and styles. Two-time BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician Of The Year finalist, piper Lorne MacDougall was brought up in Carradale, Kintyre.

On leaving school he studied for a BA in Scottish Traditional Music at the Royal Scottish Academy Of Music And Drama in Glasgow, graduating with honours in 2005.

Lorne has played with Grade 1 pipe bands The David Urquhart Travel Pipe Band, Glasgow Pipes And Drums and The Scottish Power Pipe Band, and has also toured with Brian McNeill and the folk band Canterach. He has appeared at festivals including Celtic Connections and The Cambridge Folk Festival.

Lorne MacDougall (Highland pipes, reelpipes, smallpipes, whistles, practice chanter, vocals) with Ross Kennedy (guitar, bouzouki, vocals), James Mackintosh (percussion, drumkit), Duncan Lyall (bass), Brian McNeill (concertina, octave fiddle, fiddle, mandolin), Adam Brown (bodhran), Troy McGillivray (piano), Andy Thorburn (piano), Martin Simpson (guitar) and Siobhan Miller (vocals).

"This is a piper's portfolio that embraces the past but still manages to drive forward the pipe music of the future, and, like his bagpipe, the future is bright..." (PM Robert Mathieson)

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