March 17 is the day of the Irish – but it was started by a Scotsman! Happy green
March 27, 2017
January 7, 2017
Most people are familiar with “Amazing Grace”, the bagpipe melody that bands often play at military funerals. However, this tune is not Scottish; it came to the bagpipe by way of England. The author and lyricist wrote this song aboard a slave ship bound for home. Although this popular song soon gained a strong following in Protestant churches, this haunting melody has lyrics that speak neither of Scotland nor of the lives of people who created the Great Highland bagpipes.
We are thrilled to be featured on the Christian Broadcasting Network and associated with the movie “Amazing Grace”. We have played and discussed this song for our entire lives, and it never gets tiring.
Amazing Grace is truly a song that will last in the hearts of men and women as a beacon of hope and force of inspiration.
See the official movie site.
December 31, 2016
Dance into the New Year with a 3 step Highland Fling to the tune of Orange & Blue. It is available to download on “The Ghillie Shuffle” page.
November 1, 2016
We all have jobs and we all have hobbies. Hopefully we love our jobs, but we definitely love and are passionate about our hobbies.
Here are Caber Records our hobby is playing the bagpipes and we love sharing our music and mp3’s with you. Please listen to our traditional folk music and leave us a comment in the guestbook. Nothing makes us happier than hearing from fans, listeners and general music lovers.
October 20, 2016
We have added a new “The Ghillie Shuffle” page for highland dancers. So check it out and send us a request if you like.
June 4, 2016
We are excited for the summer piping season, which means playing bagpipes in the environment where they were meant to be heard: the outdoors! If you are in Washington State check us out for an opportunity to hear a live bagpiping show.
June 1, 2016
Caber Records and the Weavers of the Tartan bagpipe band are gearing up for another summer of piping fun.
We plan to attend several festivals and outdoor events and hope to see you!
Come out with us and listen to some fantastic bagpipe music and share our love of the Scottish Highlands.
Gather around in the outdoors to experience nature and feel the warm sun on your face. The outdoors is where the bagpipes were meant to be experienced, so try to leave your home and listen to some great music outdoors.
May 30, 2016
Scott is working with Mark Heckert and Vito Lafata on the next bagpipe music project. He is also preparing for summer piping gigs.