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Life, piping career and army service of Pipe Major James Robertson., January 1952

Track ID : 9933

Life, piping career and army service of Pipe Major James Robertson, Gordon Highlanders. James Robertson was born near Portsoy, Banffshire, but moved to Coatbridge, Lanarkshire when he was seven ye...

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Pipe tune compositions of Pipe Major James Robertson and oth..., January 1952

Track ID : 9955

Pipe tune compositions of Pipe Major James Robertson and other modern pipe tunes. All the time the contributor was in Turkey on military service he was composing. He composed tunes with titles rem...

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Pipe Major John MacDonald and his pupils., January 1952

Track ID : 9964

Pipe Major John MacDonald and his pupils. The contributor studied under Pipe Major John MacDonald for six months in 1912. There were four in the class: Willie Taylor, Seaforths; Willie Young, HLI;...

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Farewell to the Creeks, January 1952

Track ID : 9996

The 6/8 march 'Farewell to the Creeks' played on the Highland bagpipe.

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The Harvesters' Song/Inverboyndie, January 1952

Track ID : 10000

A 4/4 march and a 6/8 march played on the Highland bagpipe. The tunes are 'The Harvesters' Song' and 'Inverboyndie'. Followed by some information regarding Inverboyndie, the tune and place.

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The Bonny Country Garden/The Mucking of Geordie's Byre, January 1952

Track ID : 10008

The 2/4 march 'The Bonny Country Garden' followed by the 6/8 march 'The Mucking of Geordie's Byre' played on the Highland bagpipe.

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Rosyburn lasses, January 1952

Track ID : 10013

The 6/8 march 'Rosyburn Lasses' played on the Highland bagpipe. The tune was composed by the performer.

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