Brad Weber “A trip into the highlands of Scotland, north of Glasgow. Spots featured are: Loch Onich, Pass at Glencoe, Plockton, Eilean Donan Castle and the surrounding areas. Set to music by Dextro, Bocce and Galchen. Edited and shot by Brad Weber.” Sean Clifford “A few shots around the west coast of the Highlands; including …
Scottish Bagpiper Kid A Laz (Turkish) man playing a Tulum and People dance (Horon) The Dark Island on bagpipes  by DudelsackOnline
“Thirty million, mostly fools.” Writer and economist Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), responding to a question on the size of the population of England. For we have three great avantages; The first is, we have the richt, And for the richt ilk man should ficht, The tother is, they are comin here… To seek us in our …
Andy Stewart and the pipes and drums of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. “A Scottish soldier” is a Scottish folk song. The lyrics were written by Andy Stewart. He said they came from his heart. The song is about a dying Scottish soldier, wishing to return to the hills of his homeland rather than die …
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Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream words and music by Ed McCurdy Last night I had the strangest dream I’d ever dreamed before I dreamed the world had all agreed To put an end to war I dreamed I saw a mighty room Filled with women and men And the paper they were signing …
Hampden Park in Glasgow is Scotland’s national stadium. Its primary use is as the home to Queen’s Park F.C., the Scotland national football team and Scottish cup finals. It is also used for music concerts and other sporting events. Flower Of Scotland At Hampden Park Hampden was built in 1903, though all signs of the …
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