Ed Neigh Piobaireachd Recordings music. Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament. Glengary’s March · Munro’s Salute – piobaireachd video lesson by Jimmy MacIntosh · Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament · The Queen Elizabeth II’s Salute . I played “Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament” for the first time in competition at the Kentucky Scottish Games. I learned this tune at The College.
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Duncan Macrae of Kintail’s Lament 1. The Old Woman’s Lullaby.
Lament for Young Allan. I would have said a compound rhythm fits better with how I was taught to play it, which was pretty much like this fine example The Rout of Glenfruin.
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The time now is I have transcribed the piece to as near as normally played and by taking some liberties in the note duration values. Last edited alment Robin73; at On good authority and my preference too you may omit variation 1 and play only variation 2 as written next page.
Mackenzie of Gairloch’s Salute. MacDonald of Kinlochmoidart’s Lament.
Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament
The Rout of the Lowland Captain. In essence, a songlike approach should be in mind. Duke of Perth’s Lament. Lament for the Dead.
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MacLeod of Gesto’s Salute. Lament for Mary MacLeod.
Lady Margaret MacDonald’s Salute. Lament for Hector Roy MacLean. The variation may be played marginally faster, not slower, although I think the different rhythm imparts reasonable variation of tempo. Nameless, Hihio tro tro. Grain in Hides and Corn in Sacks. You’ll notice the judge is following the tune in the Piobaireachd Society book. The two more strange embellishments to those not aware of how to play them are: Lament for the Little Supper.
Sound of the Waves against Duntroon. Duncan MacRae has no taorluath or crunluath variation, but “Colin MacRae of Invereenate’s Lament”, is a very similar tune with these varations.
Lament for the Old Sword. The Old Men of the Shells. Lament for Donald of Laggan. It’s in 4 parts with each part having it’s own interpretation of grieving.
MacIntosh of Borlum’s Salute. It raises the question for me of how competent we can consider the transcriptions in the original sources. Desperate Battle of the Birds. The Little Finger Tune. These are shown broken down and as played in the relevant videos.
I find it quite annoying myself. Wild Wonderful West Virginia. Lament for MacSwan of Roaig. Ewen of the Battles.