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.
Well I was was beaten to the punch! anyway here is more On King James VI and I King of Scots, England, and Ireland
James I of England from the period 1603–1613, by Paul van Somer I (1576–1621) Reign In Scotland: 24 July 1567 – 27 March 1625 In England and Ireland: 24 March 1603 – 27 March 1625 Predecessor Mary, Queen of Scots Elizabeth I Successor Charles I Consort Anne of Denmark among others...Issue Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales Elizabeth of Bohemia Charles I Robert Stuart, Duke of Kintyre DetailTitles HM The King of England His Grace The King of Scots The Duke of Rothesay The Duke of Albany Royal house House of Stuart Father Lord Darnley Mother Mary, Queen of Scots Born 19 June 1566(1566-06-19) Edinburgh Castle Died 27 March 1625 (aged 58) Theobalds House Burial Westminster Abbey
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