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Classic Collection of Piobaireachd Tutorials Vol.21

P/M Donald MacLeod MBE

Scottish
Lismor Recordings

Released: 2006
Catalogue Number: LCOM8041
Barcode: 5014818804120
Running Time: 60+64mins

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Disc 1

1The Desperate Battle Of The Birds10:48. £3.00
2Lament For The Castle Of Dunyveg9:32. £3.00
3Nameless (Hiharin Hodin Himin)12:04. £3.00
4The Unjust Incarceration14:41. £3.00
5Hail To My Country13:53. £3.00

Disc 2

1A Son's Salute To His Parents11:21. £3.00
2The Old Woman's Lullaby12:58. £3.00
3Lament For The Viscount Of Dundee13:03. £3.00
4Good Health To You Donald14:07. £3.00
5The Brother's Lament12:42. £3.00

High Quality AudioThe tracks on this album are available as both standard 192k mp3 files, high quality 320k mp3 files and CD quality FLAC files. The price is the same for all formats. You can choose your format after you pay and are ready to download.
FIRST HEARING:
This really should be 'last hearing' as we reach the end of this acclaimed collection of piobaireachd (pibroch) tutorials, 21 double-pack CDs in all, 220 tunes, sensitively taught by master piper P/M Donald MacLeod MBE to take forward to future generations of pipers the classical music of the Great Highland Bagpipe.
An historic collection that no serious student will do without.

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P/M Donald MacLeod MBE: Demonstrated In Canntaireachd, Practise Chanter & Spoken Word.

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