Rock with the stirring sounds of the world's most awesome instrument - the Highland Bagpipe.
Bags Of Rock drag Scotland's national instrument kicking and screaming into the 21st century.
Three superb solo artistes on one album.
Fraser Shaw was a wonderful piper, whistle player and composer from Glasgow who resided on the Isle Of Islay.
Andrew & Craig Harvey from the village of Thrumster in Caithness have been playing bagpipes since primary school.
Iain MacDonald and Iain MacFarlane bounce and slide their way through an excellent selection of tune sets.
Bagpipe and Wooden Flute music from the Hebrides.
Solo piping. A top selection of piping tunes for celebration and commemoration occasions.
The Lone Star Pipers play the hits.
Unashamedly wild but not technically woolly.
An unusual combination of border pipes and string quartet.
This is believed to be the first album entirely created by smallpipes.
Scottish, Irish and boundary-crossing too.
Pipin' Hot from New Zealand are a band of Multi-talented musicians and vocalists.
Well known as one of our finest young pipers and tunesmiths.
Debut solo album by multi-instrumentalist Ross Ainslie.
Scottish folk and rock band.
An ensemble of Highland pipers.
Winners of the BBC talent show "When Will I Be Famous?"
David Urquhart Travel Pipes & Drums
The story of the Pipers of the Jacobite Rising of 1745 and their music.