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PostPosted: Mon Feb 26, 2007 10:23 am 
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There's some commentary along with the piping, but still:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rw0rzvyKvAs

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One for the Tickell fans

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EItSiPoiTao

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Stuart Liddell & Steven McWhirter on GHB and congas respectively. Stuart has won both gold medals and Steven won the World Solo drumming last fall.

Stuart unaccompanied.

Another wee clip of Stuart


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northumbrian pipe trio - Sean Folsom, Gordon Mooney and Chris Ormiston.

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Martyn Bennet - from the Transatlantic Sessions.

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Brilliant clip. After the slow air is The Ewe Wi' The Crookit Horn, Na Goisidich and An Drochaid Chliùteach.


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check out: "Tuesday at the Farmer's Market in Monterey"

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"Tis I",Sean Folsom on the Northumbrian Half-Longs made by Robertson
of Edinburgh for the Northumbrian Boy Scouts (1925-1926).
I got this set from Colin Ross in September 1973 for 65 quid.
The new chanter in A 440hz. was by Michael Hubbert, who copied
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He made it in 1996, just before I went to New Zealand.
Here I'm playing with my old friend Pat "Panman" Clark.
He's playing a "National" steel guitar, and Katherine is playing
a Conga Drum. We're on Alvarado Street, in Monterey, California.
Enjoy! Sean Folsom


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Fred Morrison smallpipes in D

Kaba Gaida

Finlay MacDonald Band laying down some GHB grooves (with a sheepskin bag too!)

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The SFU Pipe Band on Japanese TV


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AaronMalcomb wrote:


Hey! I didn't know the SFUPB actually played "Scotland The Brave"!
Really takes me back to playing bagpipes for the bunka-sai (cultural festival) at the junior highschool I taught at in Japan...I thought Terry Lee did a good job in answering the host's questions--"Subarashii o-kotae de gozaimasu" indeed. The show in question, Nodo Jiman is an extremely popular show that features competetive karaoke singing. Nodo jiman could be translated into English as "throat pride" or "throat boastfulness."

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7cmqH-9Wl4

EJ Jones of Clandestine and The Rogues doing a demo on border pipes made by himself for a customer.


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Midi chanter

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Hungarian electronic chanter

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Fred Morrison band at Ostiano

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BigDavy wrote:


Nice guest appearance from Allan MacDonald on jaw harp there! I remember hearing a few excerpts from this concert on the BBC piping program "Pipeline" a few months back. Some very interesting music.

Here's another video from the concert:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hpj-OuzJ1fs&NR=1

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