John Burgess was widely regarded as one of the top pipers in Scotland and certainly King Of The Highland Pipers. Dozens of great tunes are played with superb skill and expression by this master of the art.
6/8 Marches: Bundle And Go/Over The Water Charlie/Campbeltown Loch/Joy Go With My Love...; Slow Air: Bonnie Argyll; Pibroch: Salute On The Birth Of Rory Mor MacLeod; 6/8 Marches: Colonel Robertson/The 72nd Highlanders' Farewell To Edinburgh/Major John MacLennan; Slow Air & Jig: Leaving Adtornish/The Geese In The Bog; Hornpipes: The Swallowtailed Coat/The Mallow Men/ Pipe Mjr George S Allan...; March, Strathspey & Reel: Lord Alexander Kennedy/Tulloch Gorum/Mrs MacPherson Of Inveran; Hornpipe & Retreat March: Duncan Johnstone/Farewell To Nigg; Jigs: The Baldoozer/Center's Bonnet/Cork Hill/John McDonald's Jig; Air: Loch Monar; March, Strathspey & Reel: The Ewe Wi' The Crookit Horn/The Rejected Suitor; Jigs: Donald MacLean/Paddy's Leather Breeches; Pibroch: The Desperate Battle Of The Birds; Jigs: The Old Wife's Dance/The Kitchen Maid/The Irish Washerwoman; Air: The Wandering Piper; Marches: Parker's Welcome To Perthshire/Achany Glen; March, Strathspeys & Reel: The Duchess Of Edinburgh/Thick Lies The Mist On Yonder Hill...; Marches: The Pretty Apron/The Highland Lassie Going To The Fair/The Ladies From Hell/Delvin Side.
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Traditional Scots music played on the bagpipes.
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