Small Tunes Podcast: “He’s O’er the Hills That I Love Well”

Friday, March 28, 2014
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We open this episode with an old joke that slags bagpipers but is connected to the very old melody “Over the Hills and Far Away.” Listen to the podcast for more background and a rendition of the tune on the bagpipe.

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Small Tunes Podcast: “Deirdre’s Lament”

Friday, March 14, 2014
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St. Patrick’s Day is but a few days away, so why not bring out a little something from the emerald isle. This episode’s tune is a very old…

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Small Tunes Podcast: “The Favorite Dram”

Friday, February 21, 2014
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This episode’s tune is a slip jig that honors the long-lived tradition of heavy drinking. “The Favorite Dram” is a simply named tune that falls in among many with references to whiskey in the title. Listen to the podcast for more background and a rendition of the tune on the bagpipe.

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Small Tunes Podcast: “Jack Has Got a Wife”

Friday, January 24, 2014
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A rather old slip jig from a rather old manuscript collection. Download the tune and listen to the podcast from some history and background and a rendition of the tune on the bagpipe.

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Small Tunes Podcast: “Ballindalloch’s Dream”

Sunday, January 19, 2014
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An old melody culled from the ample 1757 collection of Robert Bremner. Listen to the podcast for more information and a rendition on the bagpipe.

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