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The Queen's Royal Pipers - Journey Of The Scottish Pipes: Fifteen sets of tunes with the selection gleaned from Scotland and beyond. The group of pipers featured all have the distinction of serving as "The Queen's Piper" at some stage of their career. As well as the expected Scottish tunes there are several Irish tunes, and versions of Verdi's Slaves Of Nabucco and Handel's Largo!If you like the bagpipes this will be a nice way to spend an hour.
The Queen's pipers on the CD are: Pipe Major JM Banks (1st Battalion The Scots Guards); Pipe Major Angus MacDonald MBE (1st Battalion The Scots Guards); Pipe Major Brian MacRae (Gordon Highlanders); Pipe Major George Smith (Scots Guards).
|1/1||Far o'er the Sea/Within a Mile o'Edinburgh Toon/The Meeting of the Waters|
|1/2||A Salute to the Royal Fendersmith|
|1/3||Mrs. Ian MacLean /Inverary Castle/Alex C. MacGregor|
|1/4||Molly Malone/The Jollly Beggar Man/Paddy M'Ginty's Goat/Cork Hill/Oft in the Stilly Night/St. Patrick's Day/The Wearing of the Green|
|1/5||The Flowers of the Forest/The Battle of the Somme|
|1/6||Miss Elspeth Campbell/Arniston Castle/Kalabakan|
|1/7||Slaves of Nabucco|
|1/8||24th Guards Brigade at Anzio/The Argylls Crossing the River Po|
|1/9||The Wee Spree|
|1/11||The Dark Island/Miss Kirkwood/Leaving Lismore|
|1/12||Lady Lever Park/Struan Robertson/Kirsty MacCallmans Favourite/Bessie McIntyre/Loch Maree/Wee Pat|
|1/13||Our Ain Fireside|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|