In Wellington since 1946
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Dàimh are Angus MacKenzie (Highland pipes, Border pipes), Colm O' Rua (banjo, mandola), Gabe McVarish (fiddle), Ross Martin (guitar), James Bremner (bodhran) and Calum Alex MacMillan (vocals) with special guests Donald Shaw (piano, organ), Iain MacDonald (flute), Niall Vallely (concertina), Caoimhin Vallely (piano) and Norrie McIver (vocals).Learn More
May 2011. BBC Radio Scotland's Young Traditional Musician of the Year finalist with his 1st solo album which includes many of Kyle's own compositions. In 2010 Kyle joined the Red Hot Chilli Pipers and toured Europe, Asia and North America. Kyle Warren (bagpipes), Ryan Young (fiddle), Craig Muirhead (piano, keyboards), Marissa Vachon (bodhran), Stevie Lawrence (bouzouki, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, electric guitar, percussion), Kevin MacKenzie (acoustic guitar), Fraser Spiers (harmonica).Learn More
This is the tenth and final volume in this quite remarkable and very unique series of recordings, which have both historic and instructional value to all pipers who study, play or simply enjoy piobaireachd. From the recorded teachings of the great Bobs Of Balmoral, as Robert Nicol and Robert Brown were affectionately known.
The series is mainly intended for instructional purposes but the albums are also of great historic interest and value.Learn More
Seudan comprises some of Scotland’s leading exponents of traditional pipe music and Gaelic song. The music is alive and vital, closely related to its old natural step dance rhythms while the piobaireachd follows the song versions from which they originated. The arrangement and delivery of their repertoire is directly influenced by the music of the Western Isles of Scotland and the East Coast of Canada.
Seudan are: Calum MacCrimmon, Angus MacKenzie, Fin Moore, and Angus Nicolson with Allan MacDonald (Pibroch Song and small pipes).Learn More