Iain MacFadyen - Ceol Mor, Ceol Beag

Product Type:
Catalogue Reference:
European Union customers please note

Your country's local sales tax charges will apply to orders containing CDs and DVDs and sheet music, and charges due would be collected separately at the point of delivery of the package to you.

Music samples


(1985) 8 tracks: The Old Men Of The Shells * Glengarry's Lament * Major General Frank Richardson / Willie MacRae of Ullapool * Braigh Loch Iall / The Irish Washerwoman * Southall / Inveraray Castle / Bessie MacIntyre * Mary MacPherson of Kyle * Myles MacDonald's Welcome To Skye * Leaving Ireland / Flora Cameron / Eleanor Hannah * Mrs John MacColl / Leaving Lunga.

Piping - piobaireachd (pibroch) and light music (marches, strathspeys and reels). Leading competitor of his day.

Iain MacFadyen comes from a famous family of pipers which hailed originally from Bunessan in Mull though Iain himself was born in Glasgow. He took up the pipes at an early age, receiving advanced tuition from the late Roderick MacDonald - a fine teacher as well as one of the leading interpreters of piobaireachd music of the last generation. His influences can be detected in Iain's relaxed and thoughtful approach to piobaireachd. His record as one of the leading competitors of his day is unrivalled.

"The light music selections demonstrate beautifully the player's technical ability and musical expression and makes this LP a highly satisfying package for all lovers of the great Highland bagpipe." (Scots Magazine)

Payment & Security

American Express Apple Pay Diners Club Discover Google Pay Maestro Mastercard PayPal Shop Pay Union Pay Visa

Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.

Estimate shipping

You may also like

Recently viewed