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List of tunes :: Essential Tunes - College of Piping

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Tunename (show alternative names) Page Tunetype Parts Signature Composer Notes
79th's Farewell to Gibraltar March
A Man's a Man for a' That March
Amazing Grace Slow Air
Auld Lang Syne Slow Air
Barren Rocks of Aden March
Battle of the Somme March
Bonnie Dundee March
Brown Haired Maiden March
Bugle Horn March
Captain Horne Strathspey
De'il Amang the Tailors Reel
Devil in the Kitchen Strathspey
Dream Angus Slow Air
Earl of Mansfield March
Flowers of the Forest Laments
Gay Gordons Dance
Ghillie Callum (Sword Dance) Dance
Glendaruel Highlanders March
Green Hills of Tyrol March
Happy We've Been a' Thegither March
Heights of Dargai March
High Road to Gairloch March
High Road to Linton Reel
Highland Cradle Song Slow Air
Highland Laddie March
Inverness Rant Strathspey
Kilt is My Delight Reel
Liberton Pipe Band March
Lochaber No More Laments
Lochanside March
Lord Dunmore (The Bride's Jig) Jig
Loudon's Bonnie Woods and Braes Strathspey
Mairi's Wedding March
Marquis of Huntly's Highland Fling Strathspey
Mary Darroch Waltz
Mist Covered Mountains Slow Air
Mrs MacLeod of Raasay Reel
Muckin' of Geordie's Byre March
My Home Slow Air
My Love She's But a Lassie Yet March
Old Rustic Bridge March
Orange and Blue Strathspey
Piobaireachd of Donald Dubh March
Piper of Drummond Reel
Rowan Tree March
Scotland the Brave March
Scots Wha Ha'e (Bruce's Address) Slow Air
Sleep Dearie, Sleep Slow Air
Steam Boat March
Tail Toddle Reel
Terribus March
When the Battle's O'er March
Whistle O'er the Lave O't
AKA: Sean Truibhais
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