Tratitional Pipe Music

Privy Piping

CODE: B-019

Privy Piping - A most curious collection of tunes arranged for the highland bagpipe. Privy Piping is a branch of piping practiced by pipers in strictest privacy or in the company of closest friends. It is never performed before judges, teachers, uptight folk generally, or gentleman pipers of "a certain age". The Music for Privy Piping will never be found in the Scots Guards, Willie Ross' books or the Piobaireachd Society's publications or any standard piping book. So, next time you are at a gathering of people in need of relief - don't be bashful! The tunes in this book will enable you to be the best privy piper at any gathering. Go for it!

Neil Dickie - First Book

CODE: B-012

Neil Dickie - First Book. A Step in the Left Direction! A music book of "Light Tunes" or "Kitchen-piping Tunes" as author Neil Dickie refers to them. This book is an interesting collection of light tunes and original recent compositions that are currently being played by North American and Scottish Pipe Bands.

Santa's Christmas Favorites

CODE: B-142

Santa's Favorite Piping Tunes - This book of Christmas carols and hymns, arranged for the bagpipe, was designed for the piper who is asked to play during this festive season. Be careful while trying to play your bagpipes in a Santa Suit!

Iain MacCrimmon Book 4

CODE: B-021


Iain MacCrimmon Book 4 - Book four is the last in a series of books by Iain MacCrimmon. This book covers a broad range of tunes varying in complexity. Many are played and have been recorded by leading bands throughout the world. This book is a great walk down memory lane.

Tartan Tribe - Karl Walford

CODE: B-256

The Tartan Tribe - Big, Little Band Book by Karl L. Walford. This is a great book for those looking for music that is easy to read and play. Karl is a very talented composer with many of his compositions having been recorded over the years. You'll love the cartoons (by Karl) found throughout the book.

Pipe Music Book 1

CODE: B-020

Pipe Music Book 1 - by A.M. Cairns. You will find a wide variety of music that all pipers will find interesting as well as being able to play. A good tune is one that makes a melodic statement and that is what you will find in this book. A great addition to your collection!

Traditional Irish Music

CODE: B-043

Traditional Irish Music for the Bagpipe - by Dave Rickard. The author has practically created a large extension to the repertoire for the bagpipe with this unusual collection of enthralling Irish airs.

Seconds from the Edge

CODE: B-154

Seconds from the Edge Bagpipe Harmonies - by Cousins, Haverstock & MacDonald

This book is a collection of favorite tunes playing in pipe bands. It contains the music for the tunes with harmonies pre-written for your band. This is a great book for players of all levels.

John McLellan - The Bagpipe Music of

CODE: B-159


The Bagpipe Music of John McLellan - this books presents the music of John McLellan (Dunoon) including some previously unpublished tunes and many that have been out of print for nearly 100 years. This compilation of tunes put together by Dale Brown (John MacColl Collection) is 115 pages of music with over 150 tunes. This is an absolute must for the serious piper's collection.

Along the Road - Ian MacDonald

CODE: B-143

Iain MacDonald - Along the Road. This collection of bagpipe music contains 79 tunes in a variety of styles and idioms. Including three original Piobaireachd's There are notes about the composers and the tunes as well as some photo's of the contributors. Most notable are a number of compositions and arrangements by Pipe Major Donald MacLeod M.B.E.

A High Cut Above

CODE: B-153

A High Cut Above - Music for Highland Dancing. This book is a guide for those who are interested in piping for highland dancers. This will take you from the introduction needed, number of steps and amount of music for each step along with the tune required.

The Florida Collection

CODE: B-013

The Florida Collection by Sandy Keith. This book has good solid tunes that the average piper can get their fingers around. It is great for pipers who would like to learn new tunes that are easy and musical.