Ed Neigh Piobaireachd Recordings music. Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament. Glengary’s March · Munro’s Salute – piobaireachd video lesson by Jimmy MacIntosh · Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament · The Queen Elizabeth II’s Salute . I played “Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament” for the first time in competition at the Kentucky Scottish Games. I learned this tune at The College.

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Mourning, celebration, anger and reluctant acceptance must all be conveyed by the musical presentation. Remember to repeat the Urlar as required if in competition, or wishing to complete as directed. I find it quite annoying myself. I have read and accept the privacy policy. Lament for the Departure of King James. The national music instrument of scotland which shows the trademark of their culture and the wardrobe of player just reflects the passion of extremism of this instrument among the people.

Lament for Duncan MacRae of Kintail – Again I would have said a compound rhythm fits better with how I was taught to play it, which was pretty much like this fine example It’s in 4 parts with each part having it’s own interpretation of grieving.

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On good authority and my preference too you may omit variation 1 and play only variation 2 as written next page. Battle of Lochcarron Point. Battle of the Bridge of Perth.


MacIntosh of Borlum’s Salute. And love the sound of it whenever it is played. The Waking of the Bridegroom.

End of the Great Bridge. Lament for the Dead. Maybe it would work once at the very end of the piece, but having it at every section ending is not very pleasing to my ears. The two more strange embellishments to those not aware of how to play them are: In order to help you, please provide the following info: A well balanced, steady, rich sounding bagpipe is lamnt, even more so.

Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament

Lament for Captain MacDougall. The Old Woman’s Lullaby.

Nameless, Hiemto cherede, cherede cherede. Lament for the Old Sword. He drowned, circawhen attempting to cross the River Conag which was in flood.

Duke of Macrar Lament. Piobaireachd For all things related to Piobaireachd MacDonald of Kinlochmoidart’s Salute. Otherwise please use the Contact Us link at the bottom of the forums. The Little Spree You are drunk You’ve drank a quart. Lament for the Union.

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Or was the rhythm just too amorphous to capture with any degree of accuracy? This is a feature which some claim is part of the mystery and beauty of Piobaireachd, but I’m not much of a fan myself – I prefer to know exactly where I am in a tune, although I can see some value in “Schrodinger’s upbeat.

Welcome to the forums at bobdunsire. I was very pleased to receive 3rd place out of 14 competitors. Lament for Donald Ban MacCrimmon. Fare thee well, Donald. You’ll notice the judge is following the tune in the Piobaireachd Society book.


In the Piobaireachd Society book 1, variations I and 2 are shown. Lament for Captain Donald Mackenzie. I’m curious to hear any thoughts about all that.

As far as I can tell the Pibroch version is based on just the first part of the Bunting tune – but this is only 14 bars long. Newer Post Older Post Home.

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The Old Men of the Shells. Lament for the Castle of Dunyveg. I have transcribed the piece to as near lamentt normally played and by taking some liberties in the note duration values. The preceding note short C is meant to be almost as a grace note yet a fraction more open, hence showing as a short melody note that must not be too open before the grip.

Ewen of the Battles. Extirpation of the Tinkers by the King’s Order. It contains almost tunes and is one of the largest MS collection assembled during the 19th century. The Rout of Glenfruin.