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A Lone Piper - Flowers O' The Forest

P/M Derek Potter

Scottish
Scotdisc

Released: 30th May 2014
Catalogue Number: CDITV837
Barcode: 5014675308373
Running Time: 77mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


Way over an hour of famous pipe tunes played by a lone piper, in this case the former piper to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll, from 2008 until 2012.

1. Atholl Highlanders
2. The Dark Island
3. Crags Of Tumbledown
4. Flowers O' The Forest
5 Farewell To The Creeks
6. The Skye Boat Song
7. Battle Of The Somme
8. Highland Cathedral
9. Blue Bonnets
10 Flower Of Scotland
11. Glendaruel Highlanders
12. Amazing Grace
13. Bonnie Lass O' Fyvie
14. Highland Cradle Song
15. Scotland The Brave
16. Caledonia
17. Barren Rocks Of Aden
18. The Battles O'er
19. Mist Covered Mountains Of Home
20. By Cool Siloam
21. Green Hills Of Tyrol
22. Abide With Me
23. Highland Laddie
24. Morag Of Dunvegan
25. The Day Has Ended
26. The Black Bear
27. Westering Home
28. The Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre
29. Sleep Dearie Sleep
30. Hasten And Come With Me (Tuigann Leum's Dean Cabhag)
31. Auld Lang Syne.
Way over an hour of famous pipe tunes played by a lone piper, in this case the former piper to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll, from 2008 until 2012.

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Pipe Major Derek Potter - Highland Bagpipes.

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