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The Blockbuster by Ryan Canning



 
Marches

The Siege of Dubrovnik, Iain Macalister Hall, The Octagon, The Barber of Alba, Strathspeys Ardara Cottage, Dr. Kenneth Noisewater Reels James Westfall, The Road to Toledo, The Bollywood Lounge, The Bee, Paco y Penny, Philip Greer’s Big Week, Bessie McIntyre, Gordon’s Thing, Arnish Light, The United Maniacs, In and Out the Harbour, The Mountain Road, The Goat and the Matola, The 42nd Parallel, Bundle and Go

Slow Airs

Megan’s Lullaby, The Siskiyou Trail, Sommerach, Tha Mo Ghaol Air Aird A’ Chuain, Mrs Dorothy Miller, Jigs The Riddler, Carnage Drive, A Mug of Brown Ale, Graeme of Old Birkwood, The Trees of North Uist, Sparky Cherry, Monymusk, Waltzes No Regrets, The Lark in the Morning, The Ale is Dear, The Fox Hunter Hornpipes The Blockbuster, Aldergrove to Abbotsinch, Salute to the MacLawsontyres, The Los Romanes Highlanders, Ironman Al, Carradale Bay, Big D MacPhee, Arsene’s Revolution, Miss Megan Harrington.

Other Thunderstruck Harmonies

The Siege of Dubrovnik, Iain Macalister Hall, The Octagon, The Bollywood Lounge, Philip Greer’s Big Week, Bessie McIntyre, Mobuoy Bridge, Megan’s Lullaby, The Siskiyou Trail, Tha Mo Ghaol Air Aird A’ Chuain, Mrs Dorothy Miller, Carnage Drive, Sparky Cherry, The Ale is Dear, The Blockbuster, Aldergrove to Abbotsinch, Salute to the MacLawsontyres, Big D MacPhee.
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The long-awaited second collection of bagpipe music by World Pipe Band Champion Pipe Major Ryan Canning. The book contains 49 new compositions and arrangements and 19 accompanying harmony scores, many
of which have been played and recorded by the Shotts and Dykehead Caledonia Pipe Band and Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band, as well as new material never heard before.
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