Series: Celtic Voices Publisher: Boosey & Hawkes SSA Arranger: Michael Richardson
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This well-known Scottish folk song presents the image of a Scottish Pipe band in formal Scottish dress with their tartans, kilts and all. The Bonnie Charlie mentioned in the text is of course a reference to Prince Charles Edward Stuart, whose efforts to reclaim the Scottish throne ended in disaster. The 1745 rebellion was followed by a period of widespread repression of Scottish culture, including music and the wearing of the kilt. With optional Field Drum.
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$2.95 (US) Inventory #HL 48004282 UPC: 073999734430 Publisher Code: M051465118 Width: 6.75" Length: 10.5" 12 pages
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Series: Celtic Voices