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Old 10-22-2017, 06:27 PM   #21
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Default Re: Donald MacDonald pipes owned by Colonel Jack Churchill

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When the Pipers Play was one of a two part series originally issued on VHS IIRC around the year 2000. A third VHS came out a couple of years later by Isla St Clair. Later these were made available on DVD. If you search Amazon and Ebay you can still find copies, albeit at a pretty high price. Angus MacColl, Gordon Walker, and Alasdair Gillies were featured on them, and of course Isla St Clair sings.

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Old 10-22-2017, 09:30 PM   #22
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Default Re: Donald MacDonald pipes owned by Colonel Jack Churchill

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...When the Pipers Play was one of a two part series originally issued on VHS IIRC around the year 2000. A third VHS came out a couple of years later by Isla St Clair. Later these were made available on DVD. If you search Amazon and Ebay you can still find copies, albeit at a pretty high price. Angus MacColl, Gordon Walker, and Alasdair Gillies were featured on them, and of course Isla St Clair sings.
Thanks Wes.

Looks like there's a 5-disc DVD set for a good price:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/When-the-P...wAAOSweW5Vbbn3
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Old 10-23-2017, 10:04 AM   #23
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Default Re: Donald MacDonald pipes owned by Colonel Jack Churchill

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Yes, that's the I saw. For some reason, I couldn't hear the narrator (or the pipes) on the website. I was looking for a particular clip of an uilleann piper which I had come across before, but had difficulty finding again.
Is that "Colonel Robertson" he's playing? Och aye, that's some braw music.

The way the tune ends abruptly just as the scene changes makes me wonder if the pipe music was not dubbed over the video after or at least if he didn't play only briefly at the behest of the person directing the video.
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