VIDEO Slowly darkness falls over my garden and the torches are lit.
From my balcony I watch until I can play.
“Loch Lomond” is a well-known Scottish traditional. We play it also, with our torches and the bagpipes
After the song we play “Farewell to the Creeks”. It’s standing in “The Scottish Guards”. It’s also a traditional Scottish tune.
We can not do it here inside. So we’re going back to the garden
Have fun watching this video! “Loch Lomond” at David’s
So, enjoy!, David
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VIDEO Welcome to my house!
These are my own favourite melodies, with which we often start our concerts.
“Glen Coe – The Pumpkin’s Fancy – Crossing The Minch” at David’s
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again recorded at my home. David plays the Irish bagpipes, or “Uilleann Pipes”, in this song about Scotland.
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VIDEO “Scotland the Brave” (Scottish Gaelic: Alba an Aigh)
is a patriotic Scottish folk song and one of the main contenders to be considered as a national anthem of Scotland. In June 2006, the song came second to Flower of Scotland in an online poll with more than 10,000 votes to determine the nation’s favourite unofficial “anthem”. The song is used to represent Scotland in the Commonwealth Games.
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VIDEO This is the final episode of our Rapalje Show Special in which we tell you all about us.
Now it is up to David to tell you everything about his background and how he started to play the bagpipes!
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