Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping 1745-1945

Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping

Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping 1745-1945

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The definitive study of Scottish bagpiping illuminates how pipers and piping contributed to the social integration of the Highland Scots and documents the decline of music and culture after the suppression of the clans. Gibson follows the bagpipes to the New World and uncovers Gaelic music on the rocky shores of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, offering a vital link to the vanishing world of the Highland Scots.

 By John G. Gibson

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