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01/01/2011

Duration:
55 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 01 January 2011

Gary West reviews the piping year with music from John Patrick, Seudan, Stuart Liddell, Jack Lee and the St Laurence O'Toole pipe band, amongst others.

  • Playlist 1 January

    Titles: Hugh Kennedy, John MacColl’s March to Kilbowie Cottage
    Artist: Derek Midgley
    BBC recording, July 2010

    Titles: David Wilton, Peter Hunt, Cecily Ross, Broadford Bay
    Artist: Chris Armstrong
    BBC recording April 2010

    Titles: Donald Maclean of Lewis, Inveraray and District pipe band
    Artist: John Patrick
    BBC recording January 2010

    Titles: The Water is Wide, Kilbrandon, Nach Dannsadh am Minisdear, Rory MacLeod, The Clumsy Lover
    Artist: Inveraray and District pipe band
    BBC recording January 2010

    Titles: Mrs John MacColl, Susan MacLeod, The Little Cascade
    Artist: Stuart Liddell
    BBC recording, Glenfiddich Championship, 2010

    Titles: The Big Yin, Kenny Gillies of Portnalong, Jimmy Ward’s, The Rose, Bundata’s Sgatan, Sabhal Mor Ostaig, The Ferryman, The Blonde Haired Maid, The Ferryman
    Artist: St Laurence O’Toole pipe band
    BBC recording, World Pipe Band Championships, 2010

    Titles: Nameless Lament [MacArthur Manuscript]
    Artist: Jack Lee
    BBC recording, Northern Meeting, 2010

    Titles: The Lament for the Bishop of Argyll
    Artist: Jack Lee
    BBC recording, Northern Meeting, 2010

    Titles: The Rock and Wee Pickle Tow, Walking the Floor, All the Blue Bonnets are O’er the Border, Hot Punch
    Artist: Seudan
    BBC recording January 2010

    Titles: The Pipers’ Controversy, The Grachal, Donella Beaton
    Artist: Alastair Dunn
    BBC recording November 2010

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