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Muirhead And Sons Ltd. Pipe Band (Pipe Major Rbt. Hardie) - "Sound Of The Champions" download album

  • Performer: Muirhead And Sons Ltd. Pipe Band (Pipe Major Rbt. Hardie)
  • Album: "Sound Of The Champions"
  • FLAC: 1385 mb | MP3: 1455 mb
  • Released: 1971
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Muirhead And Sons Ltd. Pipe Band (Pipe Major Rbt. Hardie) - "Sound Of The Champions" download album

Champion of Champions - Muirhead and Sons Ltd. Pipe Band Champions du la Monde Sound of the Champions. Help build the largest human-contributed music project online.

Muirhead & Sons Pipe Band. Muirhead and Sons Pipe Band. The pipe band won the World Championships in 1955, 1956 and 1961 under the leadership of Pipe Major Jackie Smith. Under Robert G. Hardie the band won the World Championships in 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968 and 1969. This run of five consecutive wins was a record until the Strathclyde Police Pipe Band won six times in a row between 1981 Jim Hutton was leading drummer when the band won the World Championships in 1961. David Hutton was a member of the band along with Andrew Dowie for all eight of the band's World Championship victories. World Champion Pipe Band (1956). Champion of Champions (1967). Scotland the Brave (1969).

Muirhead and Sons Pipe Band was a pipe band based in Grangemouth, Scotland. The band was highly successful, winning the World Pipe Band Championships a total of eight times. This total has been surpassed only by Strathclyde Police, Shotts and Dykehead, and Field Marshal Montgomery pipe bands who held the title twenty-one, fifteen, and ten times respectively, and equalled by the Clan MacRae Society Pipe Band which also won eight times.

Muirhead's Pipe Band was formed in 1928 and competed in Pipe Band championships from 1932. The band stopped playing during the war years and was re-formed in 1946. They won the William Mitchell Trophy in 1932, won the World Championship Second Grade in the late 1940s, were runners-up in 1951 and 1952, third in 1954 and World Champions in 1955 and 1956. In 1952 they took part in the Festival de Corneille at Quimper (Falkirk's twin town) and toured Brittany. Cash book LP Record "Sound of the Champions" Pipe Major Robert Hunter. Recorded in Edinburgh, 14 March 1971. Cover has photograph of Pipe Band in front of Callendar House LP Record "Champion du Monde" recorded by SBE, Lorient, France LP Record "World Champion Pipe Band" recorded by Beltona at Belfast "The Pipe Band Magazine" No 4, July-Aug 1974.

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Tracklist

A1 6/8 Marches 4:02
A2 Mixed Selection 6:37
A3 Jigs 3:17
A4 Retreat Airs 2:07
B1 6/8 Marches 4:00
B2 Mixed Selection 6:33
B3 Waltzes 3:48
B4 Retreat Airs 3:05
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