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24/11/2012

Duration:
55 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 24 November 2012

Gary West presents a broad range of music, including a performance of The Lament for the Son of King Aro, recorded for the programme by Andrew Wright in 1989.

  • Playlist

    Titles: Traditional Air, Hugh Kennedy, Inveran
    Artist: John Wilson
    CD: The World’s Greatest Pipers vol 10
    Label: Lismor LCOM5170

    Titles: The Little Girls Dance, The Eavesdropper, Calliope House, The Queen of the Rushes, The Fiddlers’ Rally (as jig and hornpipe)
    Artist: Gordon Walker
    CD: The Lord Todd Piping Recital Challenge, 2007
    Label: Pulse PRCD0107

    Titles: Trevison’s March, Suzanna Fraser, Fiona Dickson
    Artist: Dougie Murray
    BBC recording, Glenfiddich Championship 2012

    Titles: Back to Bellahouston, Stewart Robertson - Bulawayo
    Artist: Jim MacGillivray
    BBC recording, March 2004

    Titles: The Blockbuster, Hoss Colquhoun’s Favourite, Dr Iain MacAonghais, Leaving Friday Harbour, Chuir I a Gluin air a’ Bhodaich, The Rusty Gun, Glenlyon, The Thin Man, The Grey Old Lady of Raasay
    Artist: Spirit of Scotland pipe band
    BBC recording, World Pipe Band Championships 2008

    Title: Canongate Kirk
    Artist: Phamie Gow with the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
    CD: The Angel’s Share
    Label: Scotdisc CDITV817

    Titles: The Lament for the Son of King Aro
    Artist: Andrew Wright
    BBC recording, March 1989

    Titles: Major George Morrison DSO, Fiona Katz’s, The Ballater Rant
    Artist: The Scott Wood Trio
    CD: The Scott Wood Trio
    Label: own label TSWT2012

    Titles: P/M Sam Scott
    Artist: Craig Muirhead
    BBC recording, February 2011

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