Compliments of the Season to ye all at Celtic Radio. I love it and have recommended you tae all my online friends who happen to be fans of Diana Gabaldon books of the Lallybroch series.! Nollaig Chridheil! Best wishes Kate in Brigadoon Western Australia but originally Scottish
Doggone it! Oh well, I guess I didn't really need it anyway. The John C. Campbell folkschool close by and I can listen to concerts they put up to hear great Appalachian folk music. Congrats LOA!
LP Vinyl Enthusiast - It really needs to be in LP vinyl format for me to most certainly get it. ^^
"Your brother brought me silver, and your sister warmed my soul, but now I laugh and pull so hard and see you swinging from the gallows pole!" - from the Led Zeppelin song "Gallows Pole", 'Led Zeppelin III' album.
On the second day of Christmas Celtic Radio gave to me, An Appalachian Winter CD!
The Scots of course insist that the pipes produce music. But the point is after all not too important. For those who love them, the pipes can evoke more vividly than any other instrument, high emotion, they can inspire valor, and tell of tragic tales of battles long ago. They can call forth merriment or sentiment. It does not matter what the sound is called, those who are deaf to its merits would not understand anyway.
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