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Stuart brings considerable wit and imagination, both in his playing, and in his personal outlook on life. His repertoire is wide-ranging, from the classics of the piobaireachd repertoire to thoroughly modern compositions and brilliant new tune arrangements. He is a joy to listen to, and this recording captures him in full flight, both in the studio, and in the intimate surroundings of Breakish Village Hall in Skye, where he played to a small and very appreciative audience in February 2006.

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Stuart Liddell

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Centenary Jewel, 71st Highlanders 3:50

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Inspector Donald Campbell of Ness, Old Woman's Dance, Atholl Highlanders, Cameronian Rant 5:10

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Màiri Bhàn Òg, Miniscus, Michael Grey 4:35

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Dundee City Police Pipe Band, Braemar Gathering 3:25

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Lament for the Dead 11:38

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A Mhoire Mhin-gheal, Fagail Bharraidh, Tom an t-searraich, Break your bass drone, Harris Dance, MacFadden's Reel, Alasdair Fraser's Welcome to Cape Breton, Sheepwife 3:58

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Susan MacLeod, John Roy Stewart, Thomson's Dirk. Willie Murray's Reel 5:31

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Abercairney Highlanders, Lady Loudon, Smith of Chilliechassie 4:33

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Troy's Wedding, Viennese Waltz 3:55

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Murdo's Wedding, Flett from Flotta, Loch Ruan, Battle of Waterloo 3:24

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The Blue Cloud. Mason's Apron 7:24

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Stuart brings considerable wit and imagination, both in his playing, and in his personal outlook on life. His repertoire is wide-ranging, from the classics of the piobaireachd repertoire to thoroughly modern compositions and brilliant new tune arrangements. He is a joy to listen to, and this recording captures him in full flight, both in the studio, and in the intimate surroundings of Breakish Village Hall in Skye, where he played to a small and very appreciative audience in February 2006.

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