(December 2010) 16 tracks (1h 23 mins): Jigs: Molly Quinlan's / The Battering Ram / Montague's * MSR: Lord Alexander Kennedy / Islay Ball / Mrs MacPherson Of Inveran * Midnight On The Water * Quartet Piping (Suite): William Dodds Of Loughries * The March Of The King Of Laois * Medley: The Beaker / Dr Flora MacAulay, Carradale / The Hen's March / Sad The Parting / Mrs Margaret MacKenzie / Glenclune / Donald MacLean / The Yellow Tinker / The Grey Bob * Jigs: Strath Brora / The Jig Of Slurs / The Judge's Dilemma * Air and Jigs: The Irish Sea / The Scenic Route / Going To The Well For Water * Hornpipes: DS Frank Saunders / Duncan and Jan Smith * Medley: The Big Yin / Kenny Gillies of Portnalong, Skye / Jimmy Ward's / Buntata 's Sgadan / Sabhal Mor Ostaig / The Ferryman / The Blonde-Haired Maid / The Ferryman * Breton Set: La Quenouille / Kas A Barh * Pipedown - Jigs: The Old Hag At The Kiln / The Birnam Triangle / The 1st Hype Cowboy Division * Drum Salute: Booyackey * March and Waltz: Lochanside / Condon's Frolics / Drops Of Brandy * International Set: The Carnival Of Venice / Is The Big Man Within / Galician Dance * Finale: The Dust Gatherer.
The World and European Pipe Band Champions 2010, recorded live on the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall stage.
Showcases the Irish pipe band's versatility and skill.
Founded in Dublin in 1910, the band has risen up the world rankings to the very top.
"What a week for Pipe Major Terry Tully and his St Laurence O'Toole Pipe Band. Starting with Pipe Sgt Alen Tully winning the prestige quartette competition on the Tuesday night (10th August), this was followed by the sellout concert at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, which has been acclaimed as the finest pipe band concert since the series began fifteen years ago. Then came the 'icing on the cake' on Saturday when the band swept the boards in the Grade One World Pipe Band Championships 2010, winning both the MSR and Medley sections - a feat rarely accomplished before. A magnificent achievement and a fitting award to Terry and his band in this, their centenary year. Enjoy a feast of musicianship from the concert, which was a pleasure to be part of." (Malcolm M Mackenzie, producer).
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