More music for the Highland Bagpipe


Tunes included are:
Amazing Grace, Allan Dodd’s Farewell to Scotland, Banks of the Skiach, Braes of Ben Bhraggie, Conan Bridge, Duncan MacNeill of Melfort, Eagle Pipers’ March, General Collingwood’s Farewell to Scottish Command, Invercharron Highland Gathering, John MacColl’s March to Kilbowie Cottage, Ladies from Hell Leaving Glencoe, Lt Col D R MacLennan – Queen’s Own Highlanders, Major David MacQueen. Marchhall Crescent, Muir of Ord, Murdo’s Wedding, Over the Crask, Patrick W Sandeman Esq, PM A Gordon Asher, PM Goerge Stoddart BEM, Prince’s Street Parade, Royal Greek Guard, Scotland’s Welcome to the King of Norway, Tayside Pipers’ Society, WRAC of the 51st (H) Division, Callin Mo Ruin-sa. Lochbroom Bay, Mingulay Love Song, The Boatman (Fear a Bhata), My Home Town, Athole Brose. Glenelg Bay, Lady MacDonald, Monymusk, Spirits of Old Pulteney (strathspey), Alick Cameron (Champion Piper), Anon, Broadford Bay, Country Girl and the Hungarian Fiddler, Conal Crovi, Daldownie’s Reel, Flora Cameron’s Reel, Hugh MacDonald, Johnnie MacDonald’s Reel, Kalabakan, Louden Hill, MacKay from Skye, PM Calum Campbell, PM Jimmy Pryde, Spirits of Old Pulteney (reel), The Four Courts, G B Allan, John F Kennedy, Newmarket House, Father O’Flynn, Isla MacLeod, James Young, The Northern Train, The Pony Gallop, The Road to Kintyre, The Smith’s Old Wife.

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Product Description

John A. MacLellan was born in Dunfermline, Fife, in July, 1921. He attended Fort Augustus Abbey School and joined the Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders as a boy piper in 1936. His potential became apparent quickly, and in 1941 at age 19 he was named Pipe Major of the 9th Battalion, Queen’s Own Highlanders: the youngest man ever named pipe major in the British Army to that point. He would subsequently serve as pipe major with the 1st Seaforth Highlanders, the Lowland Brigade, and the 11th Seaforths.

In 1946 he attended the Pipe Major’s course under Willie Ross and graduated with a Distinguished Certificate. He took over from Willie Ross in 1959 at the Army School of piping.

Prizes began to fall to him immediately after the war, when he won the marches at the Argyllshire Gathering in 1947 and the Former Winners’ MSR the following year. By the time he retired from competing in 1968 he had compiled one of the most successful competitive careers on record. His most notable competitive achievement was to win the four major former winners’ events at Oban and Inverness in 1958 – a feat not accomplished before or since.