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History & Repertoire
Thu 20 March 2014
4:00 pm BST
James Beaton
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With the liberal use of recorded examples James Beaton considers the origins of the light music of the Great Highland Bagpipe in the Gaelic song tradition of the Scottish Highlands, and tracks the development of the tunes from their origins in the mouth music, or port a beul tradition of the 19th century, through to the classics of the competition repertoire today.

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