Johnston, Calum. (Eds.) () The bagpipe.MLA Citation
Johnston, Calum,eds. The Bagpipe. : . Print.
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|Published:||New York : Lyrichord Discs, [1994?]|
Lyrichord presents outstanding music from around the world.
|Topics:||Bagpipe music. | Jigs. | Marches. | Reels (Music) | Folk music - Ireland. | Folk music - Scotland. | Folk music - France - Brittany. | Folk music - Spain - Galicia (Region) | Folk music - Canada.|
|Regions:||Canada. | France - Brittany. | Ireland. | Scotland. | Spain - Galicia Region.|
|Genres:||Jigs (Dance music) | Jigs (Dance music) | Marches (Music) | Reels (Music) | Folk music. | Folk music. | Marches (Music) | Reels (Music)|
|Physical Description:||1 audio disc (74 min., 20 sec.) ; 4 3/4 in.
|More about this Title:||Subtitle on container: Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Galicia & Canada
|Performer:||Triumph Street Pipe Band (tracks 14-19) ; Calum Johnston, bagpipe (track 11) ; additional assisting performers.
|Notes:||Traditional music from Ireland, Scotland, Brittany, Galicia, and Canada performed on bagpipes.
Title from disc label.
Previously released in the 1970s as Albatros VPA 8148, Lyrichord LLST 7327, and Lyrichord LLST 7344 (partial).
"An original ALBATROS-Italy recording"--Insert.
Program notes and credits (1 folded sheet : music) inserted in container.
Johnston, Calum, instrumentalist.
Triumph Street Pipe Band, instrumentalist.