Allan MacDonald – Dastirum. Although this is not your traditional Recording, this is book & cd. On this, Allan plays and sings 17th & 18th Century Highland Bagpipe Music. Tunes included are Lament for Alasdair Dearg, Hiotroto, The Red Speckled Bull, Lament for Donald of Laggan, Hihorodo hao, Prot Jean Lindsay, I am Proud to Play a Pipe, A Lament, Lament for Red Hector, End of the Little Bridge, & Lament for the Young Donald of Dungallan.
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The History and Structure of Ceol Mor - Alec Haddow spent his lifetime trying to understand the structure of Classical pipe music and how it was composed. Much of the origins of Piobaireachd had been lost following the breakdown of the Highland society after the failure of the 1745 rising and Piobaireachd only survived through a handful of the manuscripts and dedicated enthusiasts. The music that is referenced in the book can be found in the Piobaireachd society books 1 -13.
Piobaireachd Society Books - The Piobaireachd society books some of the most sought after books for those interested in learning Ceol Mor. These books contain some of the best-known, and most popular Piobaireachd's. There are 16 books in total. *PLEASE NOTE: BOOK ONE AND EIGHT ARE OUT OF PRINT* These books can be purchased individually, or as a bound Edition. The bound editions contain a General Preface and index of tunes.
Complete Compositions of Ceol Mor - Contains 12 Piobaireachd compostions, and includes two CDs of each tune played in full. This book has been edited by Captain John's son, Colin MacLellan. Biogragraphy is written by Jim McGillivary and Colin MacLellan. Each tune has a description of the history of the tune, giving an insight into Captian John's life.