‘Piobaireachd’ or “Big Music” from the Scottish Highlands is the classical music of the Highland bagpipe. Download sheet music for Bagpipes. Made from 100% cotton, it wears well on anyone. Throughout the years I've had the privilege of playing the bagpipes at many Kirking of the Tartan ceremonies, and every time the minister would request the band play the tune The Highland Cathedral. Most of our drum settings are the standard massed band drum parts. We have hundreds of tunes in the original manuscripts intended specifically for the pipes. Roe, Type: 2.4 Marches (Small) | Composed by: Unknown, Total number of tunes available from our library – 4,100 including 300 Piobaireachds, 10th Bat Highland Light Infantry Crossing the Rhine, 1st Battalion Queen’s Own Highlanders’ Welcome to Edinburgh, 1st Battalion Scots Guards Farewell to Cyprus, 1st Battalion Scots Guards Farewell to Southampton, 1st Battalion The Queen’s Own Cameron Freedom of the Western Isles, 1st Battalion The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders’ Farewell to Salonika, 1st BN Queen’s Own Highlanders Farewell to South Armagh, 2nd Battalion Gordon Highlanders at Maryhill Barracks 1919, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards Farewell to Malaya, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards Farewell to Singapore, 2nd BN 51st Highland Volunteers TA Farewell to RSM M MacLeod. 21.95 GBP - Sold by Musicroom UK. Download our free apps for iOS, Android, Mac, and PC and interact with your sheet music anywhere with in-app transposition, text & highlighter markup and adjustable audio/video playback. Over 3,500 tunes recorded by Jack Lee on the Great Highland Bagpipe, including 286 Piobaireachds. Oh Isle of my childhood I’in dreaming of thee Choose from Bagpipes sheet music for such popular … This website has been a labour of love for me since I started working on it in the fall of 2005. If you’re ready to start learning to play the bagpipes go ahead and enroll in my course to get full access to all of the sheet music and every tutorial I’ve ever created: Today we are learning a tune written by an accordionist named Iain MacLachlan called "The Dark Island.". As the steamer leaves Oban, and passes Tiree For today's preview my son Carson wanted to show you how much fun this tune is to dance to. (Also known as The Castle, Kerrigan’s, The Kesh Mountain, The Kincora, or The Mountaineers’ March.) This is a really fun, upbeat, and easy-to-learn tune that would be great to play at your St. Patrick's Day celebrations this Thursday. This page is your entry way to links for over 6,800 tune settings. Search bagpipe music by title, composer, level of difficulty and more–and then click on the tune title to download the sheet music for any of the thousands 0f tunes we have in our catalogue. For this preview video I thought it would be so cool to film it next to the ocean. Although most of the show was actually filmed on South Uist, the story was set on Ian MacLachlan's home island of Benbecula (which is off the west coast of Scotland.) As far as history goes I know there is a little town in Ireland called Lisdoonvarna I assume it was named after that town but other than that I know it's a fun and easy tune to play. Hopefully you can go along with me and imagine that I'm just another lone piper playing my heart out to the wide open ocean. These will awe a beginner and challenge even a master: all free to download! Downloads include mp3, pdf and bmw files. This tune was written in 1963 for a BBC Thriller also called "The Dark Island."