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A comprehensive guide to the tunes every piper should know by Dugald MacNeill. These are the tunes that are both popular, easy and useful for the different occasions when a piper may be asked to play. They also constitute the basic pipers' repertoire, so that when you meet up with other pipers, these are the tunes you will have in common.
Highland Laddie 2/4 march; Earl of Mansfield, The 2/4 march; Barren Rocks of Aden, The 2/4 march; High Road to Gairloch, The 2/4 march; Teribus 2/4 march; My Love She’s But a Lassie Yet 2/4 march; Brown Haired Maiden, The 2/4 march; Mairi’s Wedding 2/4 march; Happy We’ve Been A’ Thegither 2/4 march; A Man’s a Man for A’ That 2/4 march; Liberton Pipe Band, The 2/4 march; 79th’s Farewell to Gibraltar, The 2/4 march; Green Hills of Tyrol, The 3/4 march; When the Battle’s O’er 3/4 march; Lochanside 3/4 march; Battle of the Somme, The 9/8 march; Heights of Dargai 9/8 march; Scotland the Brave 4/4 march; Old Rustic Bridge, The 4/4 march; Rowan Tree, The 4/4 march; Bonnie Dundee 6/8 march; Steam Boat 6/8 march; Bugle Horn 6/8 march; Muckin’ o’ Geordie’s Byre 6/8 march; Glendaruel Highlanders 6/8 march; Piobaireachd of Donald Dubh 6/8 march; Scots Wha Ha'e (Bruce’s Address) Slow Air; Mist Covered Mountains, The Slow Air; My Home Slow Air; Dream Angus Slow Air; Amazing Grace Slow Air; Lochaber No More Lament; Flowers of the Forest Lament; Auld Lang Syne Slow Air; Highland Cradle Song Slow Air; Sleep Dearie, Sleep Slow Air; Inverness Rant, The Strathspey; Loudon’s Bonnie Woods and Braes Strathspey; Devil in the Kitchen Strathspey; Captain Horne Strathspey; Orange and Blue Strathspey; Marquis of Huntly’s Highland Fling, The Strathspey; Piper of Drummond, The Reel; High Road to Linton, The Reel; Kilt is My Delight, The Reel; Tail Toddle Reel; De’il Amang the Tailors, The Reel; Mrs MacLeod of Raasay Reel; Whistle O’er the Lave O’t (Sean Truibhais) Dance; Ghillie Callum (Sword Dance) Dance; Gay Gordons, The Dance; Mary Darroch Waltz; Lord Dunmore (The Bride’s Jig) Jig
|Review:||Essential is the correct title. Just had a student order one yesterday. Brief explanations on history or timing, use of the tune and difficult points then play along while reading the music.A great tool for new students especially w/ regard to timing.|
|Review:||I bought this for the CD specifically, so that I had something to play along with when practicing on my own. It really is fantastic, not only as a play along tool but also the commentary that is included regards timing. Also, thanks for the excellent service. Fast delivery and beautifully packaged to avoid damage.|
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