NOT the same as Roslyn Castle!!!
This is a chune from Angus Mackay’s The Piper’s Assistant called Roslin Castle that I thought would be fun to share. Strange melody but super fun to play.
Mackay’s book is very old, and the ornamentation in it is different from what GHBers use today. If anyone wants a GHB version — my setting — I will be happy to share.
GHB - what does that stand for?
Great highland bagpipe
Sorry, but you seem to have had another warpiper infiltrate the group.
Roslin Castle, X:2
This is a famous Scottish Slow Air in C minor from a song of the same title possibly composed by James Oswald (http://www.burnsscotland.com/items/v/volume-i,-song-008,-page-9-roslin-castle.aspx). A beautiful version was recently recorded by Scottish flute player Calum Stewart and fiddle player Lauren MacColl (https://myspace.com/laurenmaccoll/music/songs)
Wrong Roslin / Roslyn Castle
Javier, there are two different tunes by this name - you would have wanted to add your setting to the other one, found at: