Modern Settings for the GHBP
Modern Settings is a collection of 75 tunes for the bagpipe, intended to be suitable for pipers in their first few years of learning the instrument. It contains some of the most frequently played tunes on the pipes, normally found scattered across various collections or on battered photocopies. The difficulty ranges from some of the simplest tunes in existence through to basic competition material. Four pìobaireachd are also included.
List of tunes:
The 72nds Farewell To Aberdeen; A Man’s A Man For A’ That; All The Blue Bonnets Are Over The Border; Amazing Grace; Aspen Bank; Auld Lang Syne; Bonnie Lass o’ Fyvie; Bruce’s Address; Campbell’s Farewell To Redcastle; Captain Horne; Colin’s Cattle; Colonel MacLeod; Cork Hill; Corn Rigs; Corriechoillie’s 43rd Welcome to the Northern Meeting; Devil In The Kitchen; Devil In The Kitchen; Dorrator Bridge; Dream Angus; Duncan MacRae of Kintail’s Lament; Eavesdropper; Glengarry’s Lament; High Road to Gairloch; Highland Cradle Song; Highland Laddie; I’m No Awa Tae Bide Awa; Killiecrankie; King George V’s Army; Lament for Alasdair Dearg MacDonnell of Glengarry; Lochanside; Lord Lovat’s Lament; Mairi Bhan Og; Mairi’s Wedding; Miss Girdle; Mrs. MacLeod of Raasay; O’er the Bows to Ballindalloch; Paddy’s Leather Breeches; Piobaireachd of Donald Dubh; Rocking the Baby; Scotland the Brave; Sine Bhan; Sleep Dearie Sleep; Struan Robertson’s Salute; Tail Toddle; Teribus; The Atholl Highlanders; The Barnyards o’ Delgaty; The Barnyards o’ Delgaty; The Barren Rocks of Aden; The Battle of the Somme; The Bridge of Garry; The Bridge of Garry; The Brown Haired Maiden; The Bugle Horn; The Cock of the North; The De’il Amang The Tailors; The Drunken Piper; The Green Hills of Tyrol; The Heights of Dargai; The High Road To Linton; The Liberton Pipe Band Polka; The Marquis Of Huntley’s Highland Fling; The Midlothian Pipe Band; The Mist Covered Mountains; The Muckin O Geordie’s Byre; The Muir of Ord; The Old Rustic Bridge; The Piper Of Drummond; The Piper’s Cave; The Rowan Tree; The Silver Spear; The Steamboat; When the Battle’s O’er; Whistle O’er the Lave O’t; Wings