“Keep It Tribal” : Instrument of War Bagpipes Review
Did you hear the light feet marching, marching down the birch-clad glen?
Did you see the piper’s streamers floating, floating far behind the men?
Did you hear the brave tunes ringing as they swung the drones on high?
from LarBo’s Bagpiping Page – the Pipers’ Lament
Low res highlight review of the Instrument of War documentary videos. Copyright REL Records Inc. / Westminster King Productions
Piper Bill Millin Tribute :
A personal tribute to the the legendary World War Two piper.
Extracts taken from Duncan Grosser’s film The Commando Years, a film about his father’s time as an Army Commando in World War Two
Pipe Major Donald MacLeod Tribute :
Pipe Major Donald MacLeod (1917-1982) was a Scottish piper. Born in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, he was one of the finest, most creative and merriest, recent, great highland Scottish bagpipers. He was also a remarkable teacher of the highland bagpipe. In addition, Donald MacLeod was one of the most original and innovative composers for the bagpipe. His most popular and most recorded tunes include “Susan MacLeod”, “The Blackberry Bush” and “The Hammer on the Anvil”. He died in Glasgow in 1982.
Clann An Drumma ~The Clan (Scottish tribal drumming and bagpipes)
Clann An Drumma, Scots Gaelic for “Children of the Drum” is a tribal band from Glasgow, Scotland.
Saor Patrol Promo single for “Full Throttle”
Saor Patrol Filmed at Clackmanna Tower Fife Scotland, footage is from the 1st song on their New Album Full Throttle
Albannach – Alexander’s Welcome – Music Video
Albannach is Scots-Gaelic for “Scottish” or “Scotsman”.
The Dark Island