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Atholl Highlander Pipers, Pipe Major P. T. Wilkie - Favourite Atholl Marches Album
Performer: Atholl Highlander Pipers, Pipe Major P. T. Wilkie
Title: Favourite Atholl Marches
Style: Pipe & Drum
Country UK
Label Scottish Records
Catalog Number SR.4524.EP, SR. 4524 EP
Genre: Military
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 855
MP3 size: 1864 mb
FLAC size: 1442 mb
WMA size: 2308 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP

Atholl Highlander Pipers, Pipe Major P. T. Wilkie - Favourite Atholl Marches Album


1Tail Toddle
Written-By – Traditional
2Loch Tummel
Composed By – Aneas Rose
3Ballater Rant
Written-By – Traditional
4Mrs. MacLeod Of Raasay
Written-By – Traditional
5The Braes Of Tulliemet
Written-By – Traditional
6 Eightsome Reel
7The High Road To Linton
Written-By – Traditional
8 Atholl Marches
9Lady Dorothea Stewart Murray's Wedding March
Composed By – Aneas Rose
10The De'il Among The Tailors
Written-By – Traditional
11The Atholl Highlanders' March To Loch Katrine
Composed By – Wm. Rose
12The Atholl Slow March


  • BagpipesPipe Major P. T. Wilkie
  • ProducerDouglas Gray


Cover info:
Scottish Records, Aberdeen and Glasgow
Studio-4 Park Terrace, Glasgow, C3, Scotland
Music Of Scotland

Recording info (taken from liner notes):
Incidentally, a team of dancers from the Perth Branch of the Royal Sottish Country Dance Society danced a complete eightsome reel during the recording.
The recordings were made in the ball room of Blair Castle by kind permission of his Grace the Duke of Atholl.

Track info (as written on back cover):
Track A.3: Composed by Wm. Rose to commemorate the Athollmen's march to the loch on the occasion of the opening of the water works. (Glasgow Reservoir.)

Cover-photo info (as written on back cover):
The Cover Photograph shows Pipe-Major Wilkie and Piper Macrae playing in the Entrance Hall of Blair Castle. It is reproduced by courtesy of "The Perthshire Advertiser"

Vinyl-label info:
Produced by Scottish Records, 230 Union St., Aberdeen, Scotland
Made in Great Britain


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Stamped): DG-EP-140
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Stamped): DG-EP-141
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Vinyl-label Side A, Inverted): AR. EP. 140
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Vinyl-label Side B, Inverted): SR. EP. 141


  • Printed By – Garrod


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