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To the Drum of The Sea

Donald Lindsay

Scottish
Rel

Catalogue Number: R2CD2012
Barcode: 722932201224
Running Time: 43 mins.

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A showcase for both the award winning playing of the piper and Alex Muir, the composer of the tunes.

1) Clachan - Air & 4/4 March:
The Fair Sands of Illeray - Hugh Matheson of Baleshare
2) Bays of Harris
3) 3/4 Retreat Marches:
Farewell to Carinish - The Castle of Mey
4) Friendship - Psalms:
Sollas (Psalm 85) - Strosay (Psalm 102)
5) Landscapes - 2/4 March & Jig:
The Lochs of North Uist - Over the Warth Hill
6) Carinish
7) The Queen Mother's Set - MS&R:
The Queen Mother's Welcome to the Mey Games - The Merry Men of Mey - Groatie Buckles
8) 6/8 March:
Donald Ban of Kyles Flodda
9) Inspiration - Psalms:
Locheport (Psalm 98) - Lochmaddy (Psalm 36)
10) Dedication - Marches:
Addie & Isobel Harper of Wick - John MacDonald of Sidinish
11) Slow Air & Hornpipe:
Ballantrushal (Psalm 130) - The Pentland Hornpipe
12) Song & 9/8 Retreat March:
Duncansby Head
A showcase for both the award winning playing of the piper and Alex Muir, the composer of the tunes.

Lineup

Donald Lindsay - Scottish Smallpipes, Highland Bagpipes & Vocal (Tk.12)
with
Keith Easdale - Cittern & Whistle
Celine Donoghue - Fiddle & Vocal (Tk.12)
Stuart Glasgow - Guitar

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