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Recorded in 2001, this young piper had already won gold medals both locally in Dumfries-shire, and nationally. The arrangements are contemporary folk-influenced. The result is excellent listening.
Gavin Maxwell (Highland bagpipes) with Christine Geddes and Kevin McNulty (bagpipes), Blair Gardiner (accordion), Nicky McMichan (accordion, keyboards), Stephen Wallace (piano, keyboards), Duncan Riley (guitars), Tom Orr (bass) and Graham Crichton (drums, percussion.
"Young master Maxwell has talent beyond his years." ..The Inverness Courier
|1/1||Duncan Johnstone / Sandy Cameron|
|1/2||Air: Carlingford Loch|
|1/3||The Centenary Jewel / Alan MacPherson of Mosspark|
|1/4||Trio - March, Strathspey and Reel: P/M William Gray's Farewell to The City of Glasgow Police / Caber Feidh / Johnnie MacDonald's Reel|
|1/5||Hannah Mary Graham|
|1/6||Solo - Strathspeys and Reels: Donald Ruadh / Stirling Castle / Molly Connell / The Easy Club / Kalabakan|
|1/7||Sleepy Maggie / The Ale is Dear / Jenny Dang the Weaver|
|1/8||Reviresco / Kenny Gillies of Portnalong, Skye|
|1/9||Hector the Hero|
|1/10||Trio - Medley: Jimmy's Gift / Out of the Air / Gavin's Jig / Kate 'n' Ali's First WAltz / The Duke of Gordon's Birthday / The Brolum / Mozart On the Rampage / The Famous Bridge|
|1/11||Gigue Ariete / The Stag and the Holly Bush|
|1/13||Solo - Hornpipe and Jig: College of Piping, Summerside PEI / The Braes of Mellinish|
|1/14||Morag of Dunvegan / Mrs MacLeod of Raasay / The High Road to Linton.|
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