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The Weavers of the Tartan bagpipe music by Scott Cawthon
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Clyde Trent

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United States


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posted: 09/08/2006 02:58 AM

Interesting, I go back to the Bellandaine Scott\'s of Selkirk. Also the Trent Line goes all the way back to Trinovantes that fought with Boudicca against the Romans. Intersting lotus northern peoples.

Edgar

Location:
United States


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posted: 08/27/2006 06:01 PM

I\'m not of Scottish ancestry, but every time I hear the pipes I get a longing in my whole being. I picture myself somewhere in the highlands...can someone explain?

terry fitzpatrick





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posted: 08/23/2006 07:36 AM

l have a copy of Donald McPhedran\'s collection of bagpipe music. Can anyone tell me anything about it ?

mike

Location:
United Kingdom


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posted: 08/15/2006 03:24 PM

kilty kilty cold bums as my gran called them. sounds of pipes make me happy and sad and everything between. LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Fábio Krieger

Location:
Brazil


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posted: 08/10/2006 11:55 PM

Itīs really differente from the brazilian music. So peacefull and greeting songs. I really donīt encourage to play bagpide yet but maybe some day ...

 
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