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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by lethal tupperwa, Aug 7, 2012.
A fellow Piper sent me that a few days ago. That is a large group of bandsmen (and Ladies) playing at one time. Nicely done.One of the most requested tunes our band plays.tom.
i own a set i haven't had the time to learn how to play.....i wish i could.
Brother they take lots of time both in learning and then playing in Shrine events and other civic functions. All the way or forgettaboutit.tom.
Thanks, I needed that.
LT- thanks for that.
I love it. It made me cry.
I lost track of how many times I watched it. The combination of the drums and bagpipes is incredibly complimentary. That really surprised me.
Did anybody else see Mas playing bagpipes?
ETA: I double dog dare you to say that to his face!
do you remember who the British Officer
was who, sent this message
things are a little sticky
send tanks or A PIPER.
Amazing, the amount of energy they generated with that sweet and simple song.
and then there was the boy from Scotland at school in England.
His mother visited him and found him sobbing on his bed.
what's the matter, she asked?
he said the boys in the rooms on either side are horrible.
one screams at me and gnashes his teeth.
the other bangs on the wall.
and all I do is sit here quietly and play my pipes.
If ever a song and an instrument were made for each other, the bagpipes and Amazing Grace are that combination.
It always brings a tear to my eyes. So much to remember.
couldn't have said it better myself.
Anyone know what the little flute is called that guy was playing at the intro to Amazing Grace?
He didn't get the tanks but he got the pipers. And thanked the high command for them.
After that the Germans wanted the pipes declared an illegal weapon of war.
I think it may have been a penny whistle.
No, I thought that was only a joke. tom.
You are correct. tom.
excellent, thank you!
I've made it clear to everyone in my family that when I catch the "train" i want Amazing Grace played by a bag piper at my funeral.
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