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This is a collection of history and teaching, and Jimmy’s original
manuscripts of Ceol Mor, presented in the Balmoral Tradition, as taught
by P/M John MacDonald, MBE; P/M R.U. Brown, MBE, and P/M R.B. Nicol.
Donald MacDonald's Collection of Piobaireachd - This book has a complete
detail incorporating Donald MacDonalds work. It includes a biography on
Piobaireachd Fingerwork takes exactly the same approach as its predecessor, breaking the difficult technique of piobaireachd into bite-size morsels that are understandable and that come together into complete movements.
Piobaireachd Society Bound Edition - 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. The bound editions contain a
General Preface and index of tunes.
The Piobaireachd Society was formed in 1903 to encourage the study and playing of piobaireachd, the classical music of the Highland bagpipe.This is a collection of that music.
The College of Piping Tutor for Piobaireachd has been completely revised by Principal Robert Wallace making it more comprehensive and easier to use than ever.
Alec Haddow spent his lifetime trying to understand the structure of Classical pipe music and how it was composed.
This is a Piper’s Aid to reading, understanding and playing Ceol Mor, using many of the original methods of instruction devised by Major Cairns during the 60 years he has studied, played and taught piobaireachd.
Kilberry Book - Piobaireachd. The Kilberry book is one of the most important Piobaireachd books around. For most people the two main sources to look up different Piobaireachd's have been the Kilberry book, and the Piobaireachd Society books. This book comes hard bound.
The MacArthur-MacGregor Manuscript of Piobaireachd contains thirty compositions for the Highland bagpipes for use on ceremonial occasions, compiled by the pipers Angus MacArthur of Trotternish in Skye and John MacGregor of Fortingall in Perthshire, and overseen by Andrew Robertson of the Highland Society of London.
Archie Cairns "Companion to the 'How To' Manual for Piobaireachd" Includes the parts to 30 Piobaireachds. Students must know about Piobaireachd construction to put these together. With CD.