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Piobaireachd: Andrew Macneill Of Colonsay. Simon Fraser University Pipe Band. 23. Show More Show Less. x. Čeština Deutsch Eλληνικά English English (UK) Español Français हिन्दी Italiano 日本語 한국어 Nederlands Polski Português Русский язык Türkçe 中文.
Piobaireachd: The Lament for Pipe Major Robert Reid (Ground and Doubling). Positively Piobaireachd. Pipe Major Donald MacLeod.
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Listen especially to Pipe Major Angus MacDonald singing it. The quality of singing is outstanding, and it is an example of canntaireachd as it is meant to be – sung, not written. The Piobaireachd Society. Contrast these with those of Hector MacFadyen, Robert Reid, R U Brown and Ian Spiers. In recent years the tutor list has included Gordon Walker, John Wilson and Dougie Murray.
Pipe major j. b. robertson (1905-1988). J. (James Blair) Robertson was born in 1905 in Dundee and joined the 1st Battalion of the Scots Guards at the age of 17. He was Pipe Major of the 2nd Battalion from 1932 until 1941. A contemporary of John Wilson’s, the two were good friends with strong competitive records. won the Former Winners’ M/S/R at Oban nine times, a record that still stands. Robertson plays the ground of the piobaireachd MacCrimmon Will Never Return on this Parlophone 78 entitled MacCrimmon’s Lament. Robertson plays the march Bonnie Ann, the strathspey Delvinside and the reel Miss Proud in this 1927 recording provided courtesy of the Scottish Piping Society of London, of which J. was a long-time member.
When the legendary piper Robert Reid died in 1965 he notoriously was said to have requested in his will that all of his piping manuscripts and recordings be buried with him. But a number of reel-to-reel tapes of his playing – the only recordings of Reid’s playing in his prime known to exist – survived, and the Piobaireachd Society has managed to purchase them from the Reid estate. Born in the mining village of Slammanan, Scotland, Robert Reid was one of the greatest exponents of piobaireachd in the 20th century. He was a pupil of John MacDougall-Gillies, who was in turn taught by the Cameron family of pipers.
Robert or Bob Reid may refer to: Robert R. Reid (1789–1841), . Representative, territorial governor of Florida. Robert Dyce Reid (1829–1900), Australian pastoralist and member of the Victorian Legislative Council. Robert Reid (Kirkcaldy Burghs MP) (1831–1875), British Member of Parliament for Kirkcaldy Burghs, 1874–1875. Robert Reid (New Zealand politician) (1839–1897), New Zealand politician.
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