(1997) 13 tracks: 2/4 Marches (Major Manson's Farewell to Clachan Trushal * The Ross-shire Volunteers) * Strathspeys and Reels (The Shepherd's Crook * The Cameronian Rant * The Sheepwife * John Morrison of Assynt House) * Slow Air and Two Jigs (I'm Going Home To Kintail * Donald Cameron's Powder Horn * Donald McLennan's Tuning Phrase) * 2/4 Marches (The Highland Wedding * 93rd at Modder River) * 6/8 Marches (John Gordon of Drumie * The Highland Brigade at Tel El Kabir) * Strathspey and Reel (Tulloch Castle * The Smith of Chilliechassie) * Slow Air and Two Jigs (Cearcall a 'Chuain (The Ocean's Cycle) * Inspector Donald Campbell of Ness * The Kitchen Maid) * Slow Air and Jigs (Morag Duncan * Alan McPherson of Mosspark * Ninth Street Nervous Breakdown * Eileen McDonald * Braes of Melinish) * Strathspey and Reels (AA Cameron's * Wiseman's Exercise * Rusty Gun * Buntala's Sgadan * Silver Spear * Grey Old Lady of Raasay * Rip The Calico * Wizard of Skene) * Marches (George Ross Farewell to The Black Watch * P/M Willie McLean) * 2/4 Marches (Ishbel S MacDonald * Inveran) * Waltz, Hornpipe and Jig (The Ant and The Glasses * The Flying Scotsman * The Old Wife of Milldust) * Piobaireachd (The Groat)
Four of Scotland's most talented young champion pipers come together on one album, emphasising that the future of the Scottish piping tradition is in safe hands - Christopher Armstrong, Gordon Maclean, Stuart Cassells and Andrew Wright.
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.