Band Tunes

Below are some examples of tunes we play as a band, we have not listed every tune we play and we do not expect anyone to state all the tunes that they would require us to play. It does give you an idea of the range of tunes we play and if you have watched us go by on parade you’ll only of heard a small sample of what we are capable of.

2/4 Tunes

More difficult than the ubiquitous 4/4 or 3/4, they have all the dash and vigour we associate with real Scottish pipe music.

42nd, The

Barren Rocks of Aden, The

Black Bear, The

Brown Haired Maiden, The

Corriechoillie’s 43rd Welcome to the Northern Meeting

High Road to Gairloch, The

I’ll Gang Nae Mair Tae Yon Toon

Itchy Fingers

Liberton Pipe Band

Mhairi’s Wedding

Rattlin’ Bog, The


3/4 Tunes

Amazing Grace

Jimmy Mackenzie

Jimmy Mackenzie, Seconds

The Green Hills of Tyrol

When the Battle is Over

4/4 Tunes

Crags of Tumble Down Mountain

Falkland Palace

Highland Cathedral


Loch Ruan


Rowan Tree

Scotland The Brave

Thomas Sander


5/4 Tunes

Cullen Bay

6/8 Tunes

A Hundred Pipers

Back to Donegal

Bonnie Dundee

Cock of the North, The

Dark Island, The

Farewell to the Creeks

Hot Punch


Leaving Port Askaig

MacDonald of Glencoe

Pipe Major John Grant

St Patricks Day


Strathspey & Reel

Molly Connell

Piper of Drummond, The