Dougie Pincock

Dougie Pincock
Linn Records - My heart's in the Highlands

The Crack 'O Noon Club - Jim Hunter
The Crack 'O Noon Club
Band members Brian MacAlpine (piano and accordion), Wendy Weatherby (cello), Nick Turner (bass) and Graham Willoughby (percussion) are joined by Dougie Pincock on small pipes and saxophone on a few selections.

Dirty Linen: Bagpipes 2
By the time Controversy came to be recorded, however, there was no evidence that this was happening. Indeed, the pipers on the album, who had all played in folk groups at one time or another, were all also outstanding soloists and master musicians. The pipers in question are pipe major Iain MacDonald (who played on the Battlefield Band's second album), Jimmy Anderson (The Clutha), Duncan MacGillivray (The Battlefield Band), Dougie Pincock (The Battlefield Band), Rab Wallace (Whistlebinkies) and Iain MacDonald (Ossian, The Battlefield Band). The tunes they present are varied, including standard Scottish marches and dance tunes, but also other styles. Two highlights are a set of spirited continental European tunes played by P.M. MacDonald and Pincock, and a tense, emotional piobaireachd lament played by Wallace. This stands up both as a look at what was going on in the piping world in the early days of "bagpipe-folk" and also as plain great listening.

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Scottish Traditional Music and Song, harps, bagpipes and fiddles from celtic bands and musicians

Bagpipe Books
We’re a’ Connected
Fascinating collection re- connecting the original dance tunes with many of the forgotten songs that go with them. Includes many song tunes in bagpipe notation as well as fiddle versions and has chords for accompanists. Dougie Pincock has written great bagpipe settings for the songs and Susie Petrov and Christine Martin have collected and co-ordinated the Gaelic, Scots and American versions to make this a stimulating collection for all musicians. A very useful resource for music and dance workshops, bands, pipers and soloists wanting to learn Scots and Gaelic songs and to study the origins of the songs and tunes.

A Man's a Man for a' That, Aitken Drum, Birnie Boozle, Bodachan a' Mhirein, Bonnie Jimmy Campbell, Bonnie Lass Come Ower the Burn, Braes of Mar, Braes of Tullimet, Brochan Lom, Clean Pease Strae, Devil in the Kitchen, The; The Drunken Piper, The, Dusty Miller, The, Ewie wi' the Crookit Horn, The, Far am Bi Mi Fhin, Forty-Second, The; Gabhaidh Sinn an Rathad Mor, Got a Can of Beer, Hey Ca' Through, Hi How My Bonnie Lass, Hieland Laddie, High Road to Linton, The, Highland Laddie, Highland Rory, Hills of Glenorchy, Hop Up My Ladies,
I Hae a Wife of My Ain, I'll Aye Come in By Yon Town, I'll Gang Nae Mair Tae Yon Town,
I'm O'er Young to Marry Yet, Jenny Dang the Weaver, Jenny Nettles, Jock Since Ever I Saw Your Face, John Grumlie, Johnnie Cope, Kafoozalum, Kate Dalrymple, Katie Bairdie, Keel Row, Killiecrankie, Lady Mary Ann, Lannagan's Ball, Lass o' Gowrie, The, Lament for Limerick
Loch Erroch Side, Lochaber No More, Logie O' Buchan, Lord Ronald, Love Won't You Marry Me, Mac A Phi, Mac A Phee Turn Your Cattle, MacPherson's Lament, Mairi's Wedding,
Merrily Danced the Quaker's Wife, Mrs. H.L. MacDonald of Dunach, Mrs. MacLeod, Mrs. MacLeod of Raasay, My Love She's But a Lassie Yet, My Peggy and I, My Wife's a Winsome, Wee Thing, O'er the Hills and Far Away, Old Rosin the Bow, Over the Hills and Far Away, Over the Water to Charlie, Piper of Dundee, The, Quaker's Wife, The, Rakes of Mallow, The, Rattlin Roarin' Willie, Rosin the Bow, Sandy's Mill, Seallaibh Cuirigh Eoin, Seinn O, S Ioma Rud, Smith's a Gallant Fireman, The, Some Say the Deil's Dead, Stad a Mhairi Bhanarach, Tail Toddle, Tailor Fell Through the Bed, There's Nae Luck About the House, Up and Waur Them A' Willie, Up in the Morning Early, Wha'll Be King but Charlie?, When John and Me Were Married, Whistle Ower the Lave O't, Will Ye Go and Marry Ketty?
104 pp

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Great Celtic Pipers - Gathering

This fantastic compilation presents a gathering of pipers from different Celtic areas: Planxty (Liam O’Flynn), Milladoiro (Xosé V. Ferreirós), Wolfstone (Dougie Pincock), Mark Britton (Pat Dalton), Bleizi Ruz (René Martin), Cúnla (Ciarân Ó ’Maille), Moving Hearts (Davy Spillane), Sean Talamh (Michael Horgan), Bagad Kemper (Erwan Ropars) and the Strathclyde Police Pipe Band.

Alistair McCulloch - highly strung
Dougie Pincock adds bagpipes, small pipes, flute and whistles to the mix.

The Water Of Life - Dougie Pincock, John Young : Release Credits : AllMusic

List of tunes :: Dougie Pincock - The Gem so small


Dougie Pincock Something Blew CD United Kingdom

Highland Music Trust - The Balnain Collection
Paul Stewart Cranford, Ian Crichton, Phil Cunningham, Ivan Drever, Alasdair Fraser, Dagger Gordon, Ian Hardie, Addie Harper, Corrina Hewat, Fergie MacDonald, Dougie MacLean (yes, it's Caledonia!), Brian McNeill, Gavin Marwick, David Milligan, Bert Murray, Judi Nicolson, Dougie Pincock and Andy Thorburn

Pipe tunes: March:
Traditional Air

Played by Dougie Pincock on Highland Pipes

Traditional Air

Played by Dougie Pincock on
Scottish Small Pipes

Sgoil Chiùil na Gàidhealtachd
Message from the Director

Linn Records - AKD 269

MusicMoz - Releases: Compilations: C: Celtic Collections, Vol. 4 - Bagpipes of Scotland

Greentrax 10th Anniversary - Various Artists : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards : AllMusic
25: Dougie Pincock : Douglas Adam's Fancy - Fastest Gasman - The Video Kid

Robert Burns Country: the official Robert Burns site Heritage & Culture - Pipefest 2005 - Young pipers heading off in new directions

Scottish music album: The Portraits and the Music

Scottish Music Centre

Scottish Whistle History

The Nineties Collection Sheet Music | Sheet Music Plus

The Alamo (2004) - Soundtracks

The Debt Collector (1999) - Soundtracks

The Scotsman - Features - Boom in young trad players, but few jobs around

The Silver Darlin's

"Treasures of the Celtic Harp" by Kim Robertson ... reviewed by Lahri Bond for Dirty Linen Magazine

See Albums: Celtic Hotel  Music in Trust

See Musicians: Duncan MacGillivray  Brian McNeill

See Groups: Battlefield Band

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