Pride Of Murray Pipe Band
Flower of Scotland - Best of Pipes & Drums
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Formed in 1952 in West London by Pilot Officer Murray the band is now under the leadership of Pipe Major Graham Waller. They compete at home and abroad and have appeared on TV, radio, in films, carnivals and shows which include their own Highland dancing team. The album contains many favourites including the Skye Boat Song, Highland Cathedral, Stop yer Ticklin Jock, Flower of Scotland, No Awa Tae Bide Awa, 10th H.L.I. Crossing the Rhine
Flower of Scotland - Best of Pipes & Drums (CD)
$ 11.95
Wings/Marie's Wedding/51st Highland Division/Rowan
Morag of Dunvegan/Paddys Leather Breeches/Glasgow
Bonnie Dundee/uckin O Geordie's Byre/Kenmure's up/
The Young Mac Gregor/Cbar Feidh/Mac Allister's Dir
Flower of Scotland/Barbara's Jig
Stop yer Ticklin/I love a Lassie/Roamin in the Gloaming
Highland Cathedral
Skye Boat Song/Cock o' the North/Glendarual Highla
Green Hills of Tyrol/When the Battl'e o'er/Lochans
Hills of Sicily/Farewell to the Creeks/Leaving Por
Prince Edward Island/Laird O Dunblair/Kirstie MacC
J.K.Cairns/Cullen Bay/Jimmy Findlater
Rab's wedding/McNeil of Ugadale/10HLI Crossing the
Joe McGann's Fiddle/Old Hag/Braes o'mar/Mollie Con
No awa tae bide awa/ Muß i denn/Black Bear