— Masters Of Piobaireachd — Bagpipes — CD — CDTRAX216
Volume 3 of this highly acclaimed series of original recordings of the ‘Bobs of Balmoral’ - Robert U Brown and Robert Nicol - giving instruction on the art of piobaireachd, mainly through vocalisations of the tunes with some playing. This series of recordings is mainly intended for instructional… read more
— Celtic Collections — Bagpipes — Pipe Band — CD — CDGMP8004
Celtic Collections vol 4.
Featuring Gordon Duncan, Dougie Pincock, Lothian & Borders Police Pipe Band, Drambuie Kirkliston Pipe Band, Hamish Moore, Scottish Gas Pipe Band, Gary West with Ceolbeg and MacNaughtons Vale Of Atholl Pipe Band. A mix of solo pipers, pipe bands and folk groups that have added bagpipes to their… read more
P/M Donald MacLeod MBE Memorial 2000.
An album of world class pipers competing at the highest level. Donald MacLeod from Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, was an outstanding piper and an expert teacher but it was as a composer that he created his own memorial. His compositions cover the whole range of pipe music, showing a remarkable… read more
Hamish Moore & Dick Lee’s groundbreaking album was originally released in 1990, when this unique fusion of folk and jazz burst forth on the Scottish music scene. At the time both Hamish and Dick were independently experimenting with other musicians and line-ups, and there are items included on… read more
Music Of The Pipes.
Featuring William MacCallum, Barnaby Brown, Allan MacDonald, Roderick MacLeod, William MacDonald and Robert Wallace. The seven pibroch (piobaireachd) included on this album were recorded live on the evening of 30th August 1999 during a memorable concert devoted to the music of the Highland pipe, the… read more
Iain MacInnes has been a member of the Tannahill Weavers, Smalltalk and Ossian. Iain plays both the Highland bagpipe and smallpipes (and whistles) and has produced and presented BBC Radio Scotland’s Pipeline programme. With Mairi Campbell (fiddle), William Jackson (harp, fretless… read more
— Masters Of Piobaireachd — Bagpipes — CD — CDTRAX181
Volume 2 of this highly acclaimed series of original recordings of the ‘Bobs of Balmoral’ - Robert U Brown and Robert Nicol - giving instruction on the art of piobaireachd, mainly through vocalisations of the tunes with some playing. This series of recordings is mainly intended for instructional… read more
A member of the New Zealand band Rua, Jimmy Young plays Northumbrian pipes. Also featuring Iain MacDonald (Battlefield Band), Iain MacInnes (Smalltalk), Iain MacLeod and James Mackintosh (Shooglenifty), John Martin (Tannahill Weavers, The Easy Club) and other members of Rua. This is a gem, with a… read more
— Bands — Bagpipes — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX161
Merging elements of Brazilian and Caribbean percussion with Scottish piping, while playing Scottish and other melodies, Mac Umba produce an exciting sound that has thrilled audiences in many parts of the world, including South America. Performing in costume adds a very visual aspect to the band’s… read more
— Masters Of Piobaireachd — Bagpipes — CD — CDTRAX153
Volume 1 of this highly acclaimed series of original recordings of the ‘Bobs of Balmoral’ - Robert U Brown and Robert Nicol - giving instruction on the art of piobaireachd, mainly through vocalisations of the tunes with some playing. This series of recordings is mainly intended for instructional… read more
Brought together by Alasdair Fraser during the recording of his acclaimed album Dawn Dance, this is the debut recording from Skyedance. Virtuosity meets vision as the six members unite their considerable creative spirits in original compositions which push the Scottish tradition, from exquisitely… read more
— £6 Stock Clearance CDs — Grand Concerts Of Piping — Bagpipes — CD — CDTRAX128
Presented by the Lowland and Border Pipers Society in the Edinburgh Academy Assembly Hall, this is another wonderful evening of piping, showcasing a variety of pipes and piping styles. The recorded artists are John MacLean (Highland bagpipe), Malcolm Robertson (small pipes), Patrick Molard (small… read more
Christopher Armstrong, Gordon Maclean, Stuart Cassells and Andrew Wright: four of Scotland’s most talented young champion pipers come together on one album, emphasising that the future of the Scottish piping tradition is in safe hands. In 1997 these lads were four of Scotland’s most talented… read more
One of the most talented and innovative pipers in Scotland, the late Gordon Duncan was also a brilliant composer of tunes (see his book collections). With Gerry O’Connor, Ireland’s banjo wizard, and Ian Carr (guitar), Andy Cook (Ugandan harp), Ranald MacArthur (bass), Donald Hay (drums) and Jim… read more
— Bands — Bagpipes — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX113
Mac Umba present samba and Scottish bagpipe and drum crossover. A Greentrax best seller. One shop - Waterloo Records in Austin, Texas, USA - alone has sold over one thousand units of the album. Unique and exciting. “Mac Umba, a beast apart from any other Scots ethnic/roots band, and a wonderful… read more
— Grand Concerts Of Piping — Bagpipes — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX110
Featuring Gordon Mooney, Angus D MacColl, Martyn Bennett, Gordon Duncan, Iain MacInnes and Allan MacDonald. On Friday 10th November 1995, The Lowland & Border Pipers Society, under the chairmanship of Hamish Moore, presented a Grand Concert of Scottish Piping in the main chamber of the Old Royal… read more
— Bagpipes — More Instrumental — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX080
A solo album by Dougie Pincock, not long after leaving Battlefield Band. On the album Dougie plays the Highland bagpipe, Scottish small pipes, whistles, flute, low whistle, soprano, alto and tenor saxophones, bodhran and sequence programming. He is accompanied by a number of outstanding musicians… read more
The late Gordon Duncan (Highland bagpipes) with Ross Kennedy (bouzouki), Conrad Ivitsky (bass), Jim Sutherland (djembe, congas) and Pipe Band Drum Corps. Traditional and contemporary tunes (several written by Gordon) played on the Highland bagpipe by the maestro himself. This was the first album… read more
Hamish Moore has had a long connection with Cape Breton, and as a highly regarded pipe-maker he was instrumental in the re-introduction of the ‘Cauld Wind Pipes’ to Scottish piping. His pipes have been exported all over the world. Sets of tunes from Scotland and Cape Breton played by Hamish on… read more
— Bagpipes — More Instrumental — Stream or Download only — CDTRAX063
This was in Hamish Moore’s days of experimenting with an exciting fusion of Scottish smallpipes and Border pipes, with jazz musician Dick Lee on saxophone and other wind instruments. The music was breathtaking. The duo was joined in the studio by the late Michael Marra, who produced and played… read more
For The Highland Bagpipe.
When Gordon Duncan was a member of the Vale Of Atholl Pipe Band, he and brother Ian Duncan released this collection of tunes in 1987. It has been re-published after a few years out-of-print. This contains many great Gordon tunes and arrangements, many of which featured in the selections of the Vale… read more
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