A Controversy of Pipers

A Controversy of Pipers

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11 tracks: The Souters of Cromarty / Stronsaul / Donald Cameron's Pipes * Roddy MacDonald's / Balmoral Castle / Captain Jack Murray / Loch Roag / Lady Doll Sinclair / Twisted Fingers * The Deer Forest / Helen Black of Inveran * Newmarket House / Inspector Donald Campbell / Paddy O'Rafferty * Lament For Alan My Son * Nine European Dance Tunes * A Song For Winter / Pipe Major Jimmy MacGregor / The Maids On The Green * Hugh Kennedy / Dora MacLeod / Pretty Marion * Angus MacKenzie of Dumbarton / The Loch Ness Monster / Islay's Charms * James Cameron Stuart / Donald's Favourite / Kenmore Lassies / Salmon Fishers * Gruagach Og An Fhuilt Bhan / Swallow's Tail / Gravel Walk / Rakish Paddy.

Featuring Jimmy Anderson, P/M Iain MacDonald, Iain MacDonald (Glenuig), Duncan MacGillivray, Dougie Pincock and Robert Wallace.

Solo piping by pipers well known outside the confines of the piping world - all members of folk bands like Battlefield Band, Whistlebinkies, Ossian, Clutha, Kentigern. Much of the material is rarely heard or is original, covering the whole gamut of Scottish piping at its glorious best.

"Both the pipers pedigree and their considerable abilities are beyond questions. Their choice of tunes ranges from the household to the obscure." (EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS)

"All in all, this is a fine production from Robin Morton covering most styles, including 2/4, 4/4 and 6/8 marches, slow airs, hornpipes, strathspeys, reels and pibroch." (ABERDEEN PRESS AND JOURNAL)

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