When I was wee, our family used to go on holiday to a caravan in St. Monance in the East Neuk of Fife. Right at the front of the caravan site there was a steep embankment right on the seafront where there was the longest chute I've ever seen, it was huge. We and all […]
Composed for a good friend and great accordion player, Tom Cruickshank, who owns the Squeezebox Shop near Inverness. He's originally from Wishaw and as well as being a smashing player he also has a helicopter pilot's licence and used to have his own helicopter. He, like me, loves the 2/4 marches so I wrote this […]
I was asked by one of ‘Alistair T Fisher’s’ sons to write a tune in his memory. ‘Alistair T Fisher’ was not only a piper himself but also a Scottish rugby internationalist who was capped twice in 1947. The family have connections in Kilchoan in Ardnamurchan. The tune in this recording is performed by piper […]
I wrote this tune when I was about 15 or 16, so about 42 years ago. It was recorded by the late Willie Atkinson on harmonica from Northumberland and the tune found it's way into the Alnwick Pipers Society tune book. If you search for it on YouTube you will find an assortment of English […]
Written in 2017 for my daughter's son, our first Grandchild. I now have 3 more Grandchildren so time to get writing again! Composer website: http://www.bobliddlemusic.com Publisher: Tune type: March Listen: If you have a question for Bob Liddle you can contact them here. If there is no link there is no contact address.