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The complete Burns Piper compiled by Iain Duncan.
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The complete Burns Piper compiled by Iain Duncan.

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‘The Complete Burns’ piper’ – ‘every piper’s companion to a perfect Burns supper’ is an attempt to gather together all the Burns related tunes that can be played on the Great Highland Bagpipe on any Robert Burns occasion. The book is full with information on how to prepare and proceed with a perfect ‘Burns supper’, and also gives some important facts from the poet’s life. Over 50 pages Iain Duncan has compiled a wide variety of pipe tunes and Burn’s songs to accompany. 4/4 Marches A Man’s a Man Auld Lang Syne The Lea Rig MacPhersons Rant Killiecrankie Rantin’ Rovin’ Robin Ye Jacobites By Name The Star o’ Rabbie Burns The De’ils Away Wi’ the Exciseman Up in the morning early The Quakers wife Kenmuirs up and away, Willie The mucking o’ Geordie’s byre Lord Breadalbane (or The carles wi’ the breeks) The Campbells are coming O’er the water to Charlie Bonnie Dundee My Tocher’s The Jewel Bannocks o’ barley meal Green grow the rashes, O 2/4 Marches Corn rigs (are bonny) I’ll gang nae mair tae yon toon Highland laddie Andrew and his cutty gun Duncan Gray My love she’s but a lassie yet Willie brewed a peck o’ maut I’m o’er young to marry yet Miss Forbes farewell to Banff O’er the hills (and far away) John Highlandman (Abercairney Highlanders) Slow Airs Ae fond kiss My lodgings on the cold ground HighlandMary/ Kaitrine Ogie Scots wha hae Jigs Rattlin’, roarin’ Wullie I hae a wife o’ ma ain My wife’s a wanton wee thing Brose and butter Hornpipes Green grow the rashes, O Johnnie Cope Strathspeys Roslin Castle The birks o’ Aberfeldie Tulloch Gorum The Cameronian rant The Rothiemurchus rant Whistle o’er the lave o’t Highland Harry back again Coming through the rye Reels The braes o’ Balquhidder The reel o’ Stumpie The eight men o’ Moidart Jackie Latin The wind that shakes the barley

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