BRING ON THE PIPES!
Ever have a performance with bagpipes and the only music you have is Scotland the Brave? Here's the answer to
Canada's leading arranger and composer for bagpipes and band has his works available to you.
David Hawkins spent 8 years with the Band of the Ceremonial Guard and has many works featured on their latest CD,
The Band and Pipes of the Ceremonial Guard.
He is also available to do arrangements or compositions on request if you have something in mind...for close to
the price of getting something from a publisher.
|Some advantages to you:
- parts come in 8.5" x 11" landscape format, for ease in shrinking to march card size and still be
able to see the parts in concert.
- score and parts are e-mailed as a PDF. Here is a free sample of Scotland the Brave
- you are authorized to make as many copies as you need. You are sent one copy of each part
- you are billed by e-mail and can pay by credit card via PayPal
- your originals look better than the copies you get from another band
- with no staff to pay, you get what you need at a half the cost.
- it can't hurt to have a pipe arrangement or two in your library.
A Friend's Greeting
Thunder Bay Museum Music
Here are some tunes from Thunder Bay composers:
- Wreck of the Algoma, by Thomas Hughes, 1885
- Mary on the Banks of the Kam, words by J.W. Robertson, 1904
- Grandpa's Little Girl, words by J.W. Robertson, music by Ian Gordon, 1909
- The Japs Will Be Afraid of the Yankee Fleet, by John J. Tiboni, 1909
- Under Cupid's Flag, by John J. Tiboni, 1910
- Sweet Olive Detlor, by John W. Robertson, J.P., 1911
- Privett Waltz, by Pte. H.E. Hancock, 1919
- Oh! Oh! Miss Eskimo, by Ted Rollet, 1921
- Lovely Thunder Bay, words and music by B. Gunton Smalley, 1925
- The Shadowy St. Joe, words by Allan Ramsay, music by John W. Ramsay, 1933
- Just a Dear Old-Fashioned Mother, by J.W. Ramsay