Pipe Teacher's Assistant Winning Marches, Volume 3 - Burt Mitchell

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Volume 3 of the Pipe Teacher's Assistant series is a collection of some of the finest 2/4 Marches ever written. It comes with a double CD, on which Burt Mitchell demonstrates all of  the tunes, so you can hear how they're supposed to sound. 68 tunes in all. Tons of music, conveniently spiral bound, at a great price!

Contents for Pipe Teacher's Assistant Volume 3:
Disc 1:
The Abercairney Highlanders
The Atholl and Breadalbane Gathering
The Australian Ladies
The Balkan Hills
The Battle of Killiecrankie
The Braes of Castle Grant
Captain Carswell
Charles Edward Hope Vere
The Crags of Stirling
Dr. E. G. MacKinnon
Donald MacLellan of Rothesay
The Duke of Roxburgh’s Farwell to Blackmount Forest
The Edinburgh Volunteers
The Hills of Perth
Jim McBay’s Welcome
Arthur Bignold of Lochrosque
The Atholl Highlanders March to Loch Katrine
The Balmoral Highlanders
Bonny Ann
Brigadier General Ronald Cheape of Tiroran
Captain Norman Orr-Ewing
Colin Thomson
The Detroit Highlanders
Donald MacLean’s Farewell to Oban
The Duchess of Edinburgh
Duncan McNeill Esq. Farewell to Melfort
Glen Caladh Caslte
The Glennfinnan Highland Gathering
Hugh Kennedy M.A. B.Sc.
Jeannie Carruthers
Jimmy Young
Disc 2:
John MacColl’s March top Kilbowie Cottage
John MacFadyen of Melfort
John MacDonald of Glencoe
King George V’s Army
Lady Lever Park
Leaving Glenurquhuart
The Lonach Gathering
Major Manson’s Farewell to Clachantrushal
Miss Elspeth Campbell
Mrs. John MacColl
The Pap of Glencoe
Prince Charles’ Welcome to Lochaber
The Siege of Delhi
The Taking of Beaumont Hamel
The Young MacGregor
The 74th’s Farewell to Edinburgh
John MacDonald’s Welcome to South Uist
John MacMillan of Barra
Kantara to El Arish
The Knightswood Ceilidh
The Laird of Luss
The Lochaber Gathering
MacLean of Pennycross
Men of Argyll
Miss Delicia Chisholm
Mrs. H. L. MacDonald of Dunach
Mrs. Mary Anderson of Lochranza
Pipe Major William Gray’s Farewell
The Royal Scottish Piper’s Society
South Hall
Walter Douglas, M.B.E
The 71st Highlanders
The 93rd at Modder River