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cheotra o hodro at Kilbryde Castle

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Uploaded on Aug 24, 2009

This nameless tune from the Campbell Canntaireachd is known as chehotra o hodro, which is a vocal translation of the first 2 bars. If you wish to know more about the story behind this music, visit the Piobaireachd Society website at http://www.piobaireachd.co.uk/. There is a button on the left of the home page called "The Search" - which will take you to the document explaining the Campbell Canntaireachd, and our search for the lost 3rd volume.
Peter McCalister piping a piobaireachd (pibroch) on the bagpipes.

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