Two recordings of
The Bridge Of Bamore
Greig’s Pipes

The Bridge Of Bamore (reel) is also known as Bridge Of Baymore.

Greig’s Pipes (reel) is also known as An Seilgaire Ua Ciarraig, Cobbler’s Hornpipe, The Cobbler’s Hornpipe, The Connolly, Connolly’s, Craig’s Pipe, Craig’s Pipes, Cregg’s Pipe, Cregg’s Pipes, Creggs Pipes, Creig’s Pipes, The Fiddler Is Drunk, Greg’s Pipe Tune, Greg’s Pipes, Gregg’s Pipes, Greigg’s Pipes, Grieg’s Pipes, Gun Do Dhuit Am Bodach Fodar Dhomh, The Kerry Huntsman, The Kildysart, The Kildysert, Kregg’s Pipe, Kregg’s Pipes, The Level Plain, Limber Elbow, Magh Seola, The Old Man Wouldn’t Give Me Straw, Píopaí Greig.

Formerly of Foot Cape Road: Scottish Fiddle Music in the Classic Inverness County Style by Doug Macphee and John L. MacDonald

  1. The Bridge Of Bamore
  2. The Straw Man
  3. Greig’s Pipes
  4. The Straw Man
  5. Greig’s Pipes
  6. Bodach Fodair
  7. Hills Of Cape Mabou
  8. Christie Campbell

Good Boy M.A. by Michael Anthony MacLean

  1. The Bridge Of Bamore
  2. The Strawman
  3. Christie Campbell
  4. Greig’s Pipes
  5. Anthony Murray
  6. The Thunderbolt