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The Piping Legends Of The MacCrimmons Of Skye (book): The Isle of Skye can boast to have had the greatest of all pipers in the renowned family of MacCrimmon, who were hereditary pipers to the MacLeod chiefs at Dunvegan. There is no lack of legend as to why they came to Dunvegan or where they came from originally. This small book features a collection of the stories, songs and legends associated with the famous piping family This has been specially designed to have instant appeal to pipers and non-pipers everywhere.
A5 paperback 48 pages.
A Memorial To The MacCrimmon Pipers; How The MacCrimmons Became Pipers; The Black Lad; The Brindeled Chanter; MacCrimmon Secrets; The Piper's Cave; Finlay's Warning; The Silver Chanter; The Stolen Tune; The Borreraig Chanter; The Black Chanter; The Cave Of Gold; The Blind Piper's Test; The Widow's Curse; The Tethering Stone; From Islay To Skye; The Harlosh Cave; The Battle Of The Archers; Donald Mor's Ruse; An Irish Tale; A Flame Of Wrath; Donald Mor's Revenge; MacCrimmon's Wall; The Silent Pipes At Inverurie; I Will Never Return; Penny And A Piobaireachd; Patrick Og MacCrimmon's Lament; The Pretty Dirk; The Half-Finished Piobaireachd; Lament For Rory Mor MacLeod; Lament For Mary MacLoed; Lament For The Children; John Grave MacLeod Of Raasay's Lament; I Gave A Kiss To The King's Hand; Too Long In This Condition; MacCrimmon Will Never Return.
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