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Old 09-07-2005, 04:02 AM   #1
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Default CoP Radio -September-

The show from September features:

Robert Wallace takes you to the World Pipe Band Championships for 2005. Hear Shotts and Dykehead playing from the park moments after their victory is announced, listen to P/M Robert Mathieson, in the first flush of success, talk about his big win. This programme re captures the unique atmosphere on biggest day in the pipe band calendar.
Afterwards we calm you all down with P/M William Livingstone talking about his piping career and we play a track from his new CD recordings, the lovely piobaireachd, MacCrimmon's Sweetheart'.
The whole show finishes off with music from the late, great P/M Angus MacDonald and a set of marches from one of the young up-and-coming pipers from Northern Ireland, Andrew Carlisle.

http://www.college-of-piping.co.uk/html/radio.htm
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