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http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=-GD-5mRyaJw


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hi john
thanks fot this link amazing grace yes moves most people it certainly moved me . just like at the max when andy with the bag pipes played this tune for us guys at the max show when the trade center was bombed by those cowards they thought they did us in but theynever broke our sperit and never will god bless andy

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I saw Andre Rieu in Montreal two years ago and what an amazing performer. I've actually bought couple of his DVD's.

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Thank you John,

Anyone who has ever been to a furneral of a fire man knows the sound of a bag pipe.

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AHH-WHAT A BEAUTIFUL PERFORMANCE. MAKES ME PROUD TO BE PART OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION, I BET THERE I'SNT A TATOO, PIERCING,OR CRUDE WORD IN THE PLACE. I AM MOVED. THANKS PAUL

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Thanks for posting this John. This was well needed to be seen and felt.


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Thank you John as a retired fireman it brings tears to my eyes for my lost brothers thank you Paul

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Wonderfull, John - it made my day or maybe my week. Thank you !!!!


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Quality, loved it.

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I loved the performance. I have always loved the bagpipes.
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Beautiful performance indeed.


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Thank you for posting this John. It's one of two songs I can never listen to without becoming misty eyed. Here is the second.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWh0H0ExuPE
This was recorded in 1946, but in MHO is one of the best renditions - at least until this 14 year old boy performed it.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utfkGocmCiE&feature=related


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Nothing as beautiful as the "skirl of the pipes"!
Can anyone tell me the name of this well-known piece?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epLgvrYbdSg&feature=related
(also played at the beginning of the Andre Rieu posted item)

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Denny

That bagpipe tune is "Scotland The Brave".

Great song.


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Hi Denny,
Foxart is right, it's actually originally called "Alba An Aigh", and yes, thats Gaelic for Scotland The Brave. Here another version.
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Originally Posted By: foxart
Denny

That bagpipe tune is "Scotland The Brave".

Great song.


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Hi Denny,
Foxart is right, it's actually originally called "Alba An Aigh", and yes, thats Gaelic for Scotland The Brave. Here another version.
Bye,
KR


Thanks you two!!!!


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