You'll find for each tune several informations like the score of course but also lyrics, some vids, audio files and the origins of the air.
The scores come from various sources :collections on sale like the essential “ Scots Guards - Standard Settings Of Pipe Music (Paterson’s Publications) ”, traditional score already available on the internet, score transcriptions from tunes I've heard played by some pipers (like Fred Morrison e.g.).
All bagpipe scores are provided free in good faith. Feel free to share, not forgetting to mention my website.
If anyone believes there are copyright issues associated with any of the music, please email me with details and I will investigate.
The tunes are classified in several groups : click on each air to get the whole description.
The Scottish Anthem
There is no official scottish anthem, but these tunes are often used for it :
Flower Of Scotland : played at rugby matches since the 90's to replace... God Save the Queen,
Scotland The Brave : a tune from the early twentieth century,
Scots Wha Hae : named after the first verse of Robert Burns “ Robert Bruce's March To Bannockburn ”; the famous scottish poet put his words towards a very ancient tune (Hey Tuttie Tatie) played at Bannockburn (1314).