Greentrax Recordings
Greentrax Recordings

1986-2024: Celebrating Scotland's Music for 38 years

Ian Green: 1934-2024

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13 tracks: 2/4 Marches (Major Manson’s Farewell to Clachan Trushal / The Ross-shire Volunteers) * Strathspeys and Reels (The Shepherd’s Crook / The Cameronian Rant / The Sheepwife / John Morrison of Assynt House) * Slow Air and Two Jigs (I’m Going Home To Kintail / Donald Cameron’s Powder Horn / Donald McLennan’s Tuning Phrase) * 2/4 Marches (The Highland Wedding / 93rd at Modder River) * 6/8 Marches (John Gordon of Drumie / The Highland Brigade at Tel El Kabir) * Strathspey and Reel (Tulloch Castle / The Smith of Chilliechassie) * Slow Air and Two Jigs (Cearcall a ‘Chuain - The Ocean’s Cycle / Inspector Donald Campbell of Ness / The Kitchen Maid) * Slow Air and Jigs (Morag Duncan / Alan McPherson of Mosspark / Ninth Street Nervous Breakdown / Eileen McDonald / Braes of Melinish) * Strathspey and Reels (AA Cameron’s / Wiseman’s Exercise / Rusty Gun / Buntala’s Sgadan / Silver Spear / Grey Old Lady of Raasay / Rip The Calico / Wizard of Skene) * Marches (George Ross Farewell to The Black Watch / PM Willie McLean) * 2/4 Marches (Ishbel S MacDonald / Inveran) * Waltz, Hornpipe and Jig (The Ant and The Glasses / The Flying Scotsman / The Old Wife of Milldust) * Piobaireachd (The Groat).


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Young Pipers Of Scotland

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 young champion pipers, and they came together on one album at the request of Gordon Duncan, who went on to produce the album.

These pipers emphasised that the future of the Scottish piping tradition was in safe hands, as Gordon Duncan suggested. Each has gone on to carve out a career in the piping scene.

In particular Stuart Cassells founded the now famous Red Hot Chilli Pipers and Christopher Armstrong rose to Pipe Major of The Scottish Power Pipe Band.

At the time of the recording two of the lads were 17 years of age and two were only 16.

Brilliant solo piping from all four.

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