Aden playes Masons Apron while Jay dances around her. This took place at the Mac-Tire of Skye Pipes and Drums Open House August 2009.
From the album Tunes of Glory by the London Scottish Pipes & Drums.
Album · 1999 · 15 Songs. 4/4 Marches (Flora Duncan, Dr. Cam Stewart, the City of Hastings Highland Pipe Band). 4. March, Strathspey & Reel (Carradle Bay, Arniston Castle, Dolinna MacKay). 5. 6/8 Marches (The Banks of the Farrar, Kenneth J. MacLeod, Monte Catarelto). Gen. Ronald Cheape of Tiroran the Pipe Major's Choice World). 13. 2/4 Marches (The Argyllshire Gathering, the Conundrum, John MacDonald of Glencoe). 14. 6/8 Marches (Muldron Glen, John Glengarry's Farewell, Bengullion).
Pipe-Major Ronald Lawrie. Profile: Scottish piper born in 1927, died March 28, 2008 Pipe Major of the Glasgow Police Pipe Band 1966-1972. Variations: Viewing All Pipe-Major Ronald Lawrie. Pipe Major: R. Lawrie, R. Lawrie. City Of Glasgow Police Pipe Band, Pipe Major: R. Lawrie - Scotland's Best Volume 1 (Album, Comp). Great Bands Records, Great Bands Records.
The Clan Malcolm, also known as the Clan MacCallum, is a Highland Scottish clan. The Clan MacCallum may have originally been a separate clan until the 18th century, when the chief of the Clan MacCallum adopted the name Malcolm after inheriting the Malcolm estate, and the two clans were drawn together under the same chief. The name MacCallum is derived from Mac Ghille Chaluim which means son of the disciple of Columba. The MacCallums settled in Lorne towards the end of the 13th century
Hmm, it looks like we don’t know much about this album. Pipe Major J MacLelland.
Pipe Major William Ross. Strathclyde Police Pipe Band. Sword Dance: Slow and Fast. Pipe Major William Ross. The Bells of Dunblane. Pipe Major Robert Mathieson. 74ths Highlanders; 71st Highlanders.
Highland dance or Highland dancing (Scottish Gaelic: dannsa Gàidhealach) is a style of competitive solo dancing developed in the Scottish Highlands in the 19th and 20th centuries in the context of competitions at public events such as the Highland games. It was created from the Gaelic folk dance repertoire, but formalized with the conventions of ballet', and has been subject to influences from outside the Highlands
|4||REEL O' TULLOCH|
Performer: Pipe Major Ronald MacCallum
Title: Highland dances
Date of release: 1967
Genre: Folk, Country
Size MP3: 1937 mb
Size FLAC: 1790 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
Other Formats: DTS AIFF DXD ASF MP1 AHX RA