Haggis Rampant | Trì

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by Haggis Rampant

Father and daughter harmonize on the great highland bagpipes in both new and traditional tunes, accompanied on bodhran and Scottish bass drum.
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1. Cork Hill
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2. High Road to Gairloch/Brown Haired Maiden
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3. Dark Island/Amazing Grace
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4. Atholl Highlanders/Cock o’ the North
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5. Caledonian Canal/Jock Wilson's Ball
2:11 $0.99
6. Pikeman's March/Battle of Waterloo/Lord Lovat’s Lament
2:32 $0.99
7. Bonny Portmore/Highland Cathedral
4:23 $0.99
8. Gravel Path/First Slip/Poisoned Dwarf/Back in Black
1:41 $0.99
9. Teribus/Corriechoillie’s Welcome/Capt. Norman Orr Ewing
2:56 $0.99
10. Steam Train to Mallaig
3:49 $0.99
11. Clumsy Lover/Annie's Excellent Sannies
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12. Scotland the Brave/Wings/Scotland the Brave
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Album Notes
In Haggis Rampant's third CD, father/daughter pipers Steve and Gillian Brownlee continue their habit of stirring up traditional and newer tunes with harmonies and fresh arrangements. They've even dusted off three standards from the first, pre-Gillian CD; brightening them up in a way that keeps a 15-year-old kid piper from yawning. Add to the mix Pam's driving drumbeats on bodhran and Scottish marching bass, and you get a rousing style that is Haggis Rampant's own. As an added twist, Gillian and her violin make a brief appearance on one of the tracks.

For collectors of trivia: "trì" is Scottish for "three" (sort of pronounced like "try") -- a tidy choice for the third CD by a group of three musicians who let three years pass since the last CD. And, oh yeah, the CD is the result of three nights of recording...

Haggis Rampant started as a fun collaboration between Steve and Pam in 2000, when they began playing at the Louisiana Renaissance Festival. But it wasn't long before Gillian decided to follow in her father's footsteps, and in 2004 the three released "Wee Beastie," a CD named in the then 12-year-old Gillian's honor.

Today, when Gillian and Steve aren't butting their hard heads together (father and daughter, remember?), the two award-winning pipers create a sound on the Great Highland bagpipes that brings the soul of Scotland to listeners.



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