Kilberry Book of Ceol Mor – Piobaireachd
The Kilberry Book is an excellent reference for piobaireachd.
Tunes included – Battle of Auldearn, Battle of the Bridge of Perth, Battle, The Desperate Battle, Battle of the Pass of Crieff, Battle of Sheriffmuir, Battle of Waternish, Bells of Perth, Beloved Scotland, Bicker, Blind Piper’s Obstinacy, Blue Ribbon, Bodaich nam Briogais, Craigellachie, End of the Great Bridge, End of the Little Bridge, Finger Lock, Flamb of Wrath for Patrick Caogach, Clan Campbell’s Gathering, Clan Chattan’s Gathering, The MacDougalls’ Gathering, The MacFarlanes’ Gathering, The MacNabs’ Gathering, Glen is Mine, Grain in Hides and Corn in Sacks, Groat, I am proud to play a Pipe, I got a kiss of the King’s hand, Isabel MacKay, King’s Taxes, Lachlan MacNeill Campbell’s Fancy, Lament for Captain MacDougall, Lament, Catherine’s, Lament for the Children, Lament Colin Roy Mackenzie’s, Lament The Daughters, Lament for the Departure of King James, Lament for Donald Ban MacCrimmon, Lament for Donald Duaghal Mackay, Lament for Donald of Laggan, Lament for the Duke of Hamilton, Lament Duncan Macrae of Kintail’s, Lament for the Earl of Antrim, Lament, Finlay’s, Lament, Glengarry’s, Lament for the Harp Tree, Lament John Garve MacLeod of Raasay’s, Lament Lady MacDonald’s, Lament for the Little Supper, Lament Lord Lovat’s, Lament MacDonald of Kinlochmoidart’s, No.1 Lament, MacDonald of Kinlochmoidart’s, No.2 Lament for MacDonald’s Tutor, Lament Mackintosh’s, Lament, MacLeod of MacLeod’s, Lament for MacSwan of Roaig, Lament for Mary MacLeod, Lament for the Old Sword, Lament for the only Son, Lament Patrick of MacCrimmon’s, Lament, Queen Anne’s, Lament for Red Hector of the Battles, Lament, Ronald MacDonald of Morar’s, Lament Sir James MacDonald of the Isles, Lament The Sister’s, Lament for the Union, Lament for the Viscount of Dundee, MacCrimmon’s Sweetheart, MacCrimmon will never return, Mackays’ Banner, MacLeod’s short tune, March, Black Donald’s, March, Donald Gruamach’s, March, Glengarry’s, Mary’s praise, Massacre of Glencoe, My King has landed in Moidart, Nameless, Cherede Darievea, Nameless, Hiharin dro o dro, Nameless, Hiharin odin, hiharin dro, Nameless, Hi hio tro tro, Nameless, Hihorodo Hao, Old Men of the Shells, Old Woman’s Lullaby, Parading of the MacDonalds, Park Piobaireachd, No. 1, Park Piobaireachd, No. 2, Piper’s warning to his Master, Praise of Marion, Pride of Barra, Red-speckled Bull, Rout of Glenfruin, Salute on the birth of Rory Mor MacLeod Salute, Chisholm’s Salute, The Earl of Seaforth’s Salute, the MacLeods’, Salute, MacLeod of Raasay’s, Salute, The Clan MacNab’s, Salute, Clan Ranald’s, Salute, Corrienessan’s, Salute to Donald, Salute, Lady Doyle’s,Salute, Lady Margaret MacDonald’s, Salute, The Prince’s, Salute, Struan Robertson’s, Scarce of Fishing, Sound of the Waves against the Castle of Duntroon, Spree, The big, Spree, The little, Too long in this condition, Tulloch Ard, Unjust Incarceration, Vaunting, Weighing from Land, You’re welcome Ewen
Piobaireachd Fingerwork by Jim McGillivray
Instruction in piobaireachd technique for the Intermediate and Advanced learners.
Jim McGillivray takes the approach of breaking the difficult technique of piobaireachd into small manageable pieces that are understandable and that come together into complete movements.
There are 118 exercises and five complete piobaireachds to help you put the exercises into practice.
All are recorded into mp3 files that are easily downloaded from a web location specified in the book.
Piobaireachd Society Bound Collection
The Piobaireachd Society Collection contains all 16 books in a single bound copy.
This collection contains some of the best known and most popular piobaireachds.
The bound collection is ordered specially for you. Please allow 6 weeks for delivery.
A most curious collection of tunes arranged for the highland bagpipe. The music for Privy Piping will not be found in any of your standard piping books.
Privy Piping is a branch of piping practiced by pipers in strictest privacy or in the company of closest friends.
So, next time you are at a gathering of close friends and are asked to play your pipes – give them something unexpected like one of these non-traditional bagpipe tunes.
All Through The Night / Amazing Grace / The Bear Went Over The Mountain / Blow The Man Down / Brahm’s Lullaby / Buffalo Gal / Caisson’s Go Rolling Along / Comin’ Thru The Rye / De Camptown Races / Deep In The Heart Of Texas /
Flintstones Theme / Frere Jacques / Good Night Ladies / Green Grows The Lilac / Hail, Hail The Gang’s All Here / A Home In The Woods / Home On The Range / Hush Little Baby / I’ve Been Working On The Railroad / Jesus Loves Me /
Jesus Loves The Little Children / La Cucaracha / London Bridge Is Falling Down / Marine Corps Hymn / Mary Had A Little Lamb / Molly Malone / Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem / Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone /
Old Folks At Home / Old Mac Donald Has A Farm / On Top Of Old Smokey / Over The River And Through The Woods / Pop Goes The Weasel / Red River Valley / Row, Row, Row Your Boat / She’ll Be Comin’ Round The Mountain /
Sidewalks Of New York / Sing A Song Of Sixpence / Skip To My Lou / Softly Now The Light Of Day / Streets Of Laredo / Sweet Betsy From Pike / Theme From Masterpiece Theatre / Three Blind Mice / Thunderers March /
We Wish You A Merry Christmas / When Johnny Comes Marching Home / When The Saints Go Marching In / Will You Come Out West / Yankee Doodle
Santa’s Favourite Piping Tunes
This book of Christmas carols and hymns is arranged for the bagpipe.
Perfect for the piper who is requested to play during the holiday season or surprise your family and friends with an unexpected Christmas tune.
List of tunes – Angels We Have Heard On High /Auld Lang Syne / Away In A Manger / Deck The Halls / Ding Dong, Merrily On High / First Noel / God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman / Good Christain Men Rejoice / Good King Wenceslas / Hark! The Herald Angels Sing / Here Comes Santa Claus / Here We Come A-Wassailing / I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day / I Saw Three Ships / It Came Upon A Midnight Clear / Jingle Bells / Jolly Old Saint Nicolas / Joy To The World / Little Drummer Boy / O Christmas Tree / O Come All Ye Faithful / O Come, O Come, Emanuel / O Little Town Of Bethlehem / Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer / Twelve Days Of Christmas / Up On The House Top / We Three Kings Of Orient Are / We Wish You A Merry Christmas / What Child Is This? / While The Shepherds Watched Their Flocks By Night
Scots Guards – Standard Settings of Pipe Music – Volume I
The first in a collection of three volumes. The Scots Guards Standard Settings of Pipe Music is popular with new and experienced pipers alike.
Volume I has many familiar tunes that you will want to learn.
Scots Guards – Standard Settings of Pipe Music – Volume II
The second in a collection of three volumes. The Scots Guards Standard Settings of Pipe Music is popular with new and experienced pipers alike.
Volume II has more familiar piping tunes that you will want to add to your repertoire.
Scots Guards – Standard Settings of Pipe Music – Volume III
The newest in a collection of three volumes. The Scots Guards Standard Settings of Pipe Music is popular with new and experienced pipers alike.
A collection of standard settings used by the Scots Guards Pipes and Drums. Lots of traditional and contemporary tunes in this volume.