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Fairytale of Scotland

Lone Star Pipers, The

Scottish
Scotdisc

Released: 1st November 2012
Catalogue Number: CDITV819
Barcode: 5014675308199
Running Time: 47 mins.

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Half Christmas 'pops' and half Christmas 'standards' and lots of Highland Bagpiping as HM The Queen lets her personal piper off and into the studio to record some Christmas cheer.
Makes a change from Slade!!

1) Fairytale of New York
2) In Dulci Jubilo
3) Mary’s Boy Child ( Oh My Lord )
4) I’m Gonna Be 500 Miles
5) Joy To The World
6) Highland Cathedral
7) The First Noel
8) Orcadia
9) Little Drummer Boy
10) O Come All Ye Faithful ( O Little Town Of Bethlehem )
11) Away In A Manger
12) Good King Wenceslas ( Ding Dong Merrily On High, Jingle Bells )
13) Hark The Herald Angels Sing
14) Day Has Ended ( Auld Lang Syne )
15) O Christmas Tree
16) We Wish You A Merry Christmas
Half Christmas 'pops' and half Christmas 'standards' and lots of Highland Bagpiping as HM The Queen lets her personal piper off and into the studio to record some Christmas cheer.
Makes a change from Slade!!

Lineup

P/M Derek Potter, P/M Tom Johnstone, Gordon Bruce, Craig Muirhead & Andrew Young - Highland Bagpipes
John MacMillan - Accordion
Chas Mackenzie - Guitars
Jay Hepburn - Drums
Thomas Johnston - Military Drum
Bill Garden - Keyboards

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