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About The Southern Highlanders Pipes & Drums

One of the few International Pipe Bands comprising entirely Volunteers! Many of or members haver played all around the world!
Pipe band
London
Public liability insurance of £5 million
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The Southern Highlanders Pipes & Drums are an International Pipe Band available to perform in any part of the world, epitomising in almost every way the Scottish Military Pipe Bands, by wearing full ceremonial uniforms with feather bonnets and playing traditional tunes that are familiar the World over. With nearly one hundred band members to call upon at any one time, the Southern Highlanders are almost always able to parade a Band of any size to perform at national and international events. Our Band has gone from strength to strength and since we have introduced Highland Dancers as part of our organisation, who perform traditional Highland Dances and Scottish Folk Dances whilst accompanied by our Pipers, our ranks have swelled and demand has increased. We seek to proactively recruit younger Pipers and Drummers and to involve them in all of our engagements and commitments wherever possible in order to perpetuate the Cultural Tradition of Pipe Bands. Band members are individuals drawn from across most of the South of England, (many are already members of other Pipe Bands) with the specific intention to form a unique Band of Pipes and Drums of an International Standard, competent to perform at international events such as Military Tattoos, Cultural Festivals, Commemorative Events and Historic Ceremonies. All Band members have experience in performing nationally & internationally. In the last 3 years alone, members of the Southern Highlanders have played in Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Holland and the Channel Island of Jersey. Band members come from every and any walk of life, from School teacher to Blacksmith, Police, Fire or Ambulance Officers, Bank Clerks to Businessmen and women, Student to Post Graduate, their musical ability, personal high standards, flexibility, reliability and commitment to the Band make each and every one a worthy member.

Performance details
We can perform outdoors
We have vehicles we can use to travel to gigs
We require car parking close to venues
We can perform with backing tracks
We can perform while walking around a venue
Our equipment is PAT tested
We own a PA system
Musicianship
Genres:
Military, Traditional Scottish folk, Traditional Irish folk, Gospel, Marching, Scottish music
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Event types:
Burns night, Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Cruise, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Song list

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2/4 Marches
3/4 Marches
4/4 Marches
6/8 Marches
79th Farewell to Gibraltar
9/8 Marches
A Hundred Pipers
A Man's a man
Amazing Grace
Andy's Lullaby
Atholl Highlanders
Auld Lang Syne
Battle of Waterloo
Battles O'er
Be still my soul (Finlandia – Sibelius)
Bloody Fields of Flanders
Bluebells of Scotland
Bonnie Dundee
Bonnie Lass of Fyvie
Castle Dangerous
Cock of the North
Corriechollies Welcome
Crags of Tumbledown Mountain
Farewell to Camraw
Flower of Scotland
Flowers of the Forest
Glendaruel Highlanders
Goin’ Home (Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 'From the New World' – more commonly known as ‘The Hovis Tune’)
Green Hills of Tyrol
Hector the Hero
Heights of Dargai
Highland Cathedral
Highland Laddie
Hymn for the sea (Titanic)
I see Mull (Land of my Youth)
Itchy Fingers
Leaving Port Askaig
Lochanside
Mhairi's Wedding
Morag of Dunvagen
Mull of Kintyre
Muss I Den
My Land
My love she's but a Lassie Yet
Ode to Joy
Oft in the stilly Night
Old Rustic Bridge
Orange & Blue
Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore
Prince Edward Island
Rowan Tree
Scotland the Brave
She Moved through the Fair
Skye Boat Song
Slow Marches/Airs
Steamboat
Teribus
The Barren Rocks of Aden
The Battle of the Somme
The Bells of Dunblane
The Black Bear
The Brown Haired Maiden
The Cockney Jocks
The Day Thou' Gavest
The Green Hills of Tyrol
The High Road to Gairloch
The last of the great Whales
The March of the Cameron Men
The Old Rustic Bridge
The Skye Boat Song
Wings
And many, many others
2/4 Marches
3/4 Marches
4/4 Marches
6/8 Marches
79th Farewell to Gibraltar
9/8 Marches
A Hundred Pipers
A Man's a man
Amazing Grace
Andy's Lullaby
Atholl Highlanders
Auld Lang Syne
Battle of Waterloo
Battles O'er
Be still my soul (Finlandia – Sibelius)
Bloody Fields of Flanders
Bluebells of Scotland
Bonnie Dundee
Bonnie Lass of Fyvie
Castle Dangerous
Cock of the North
Corriechollies Welcome
Crags of Tumbledown Mountain
Farewell to Camraw
Flower of Scotland
Flowers of the Forest
Glendaruel Highlanders
Goin’ Home (Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 'From the New World' – more commonly known as ‘The Hovis Tune’)
Green Hills of Tyrol
Hector the Hero
Heights of Dargai
Highland Cathedral
Highland Laddie
Hymn for the sea (Titanic)
I see Mull (Land of my Youth)
Itchy Fingers
Leaving Port Askaig
Lochanside
Mhairi's Wedding
Morag of Dunvagen
Mull of Kintyre
Muss I Den
My Land
My love she's but a Lassie Yet
Ode to Joy
Oft in the stilly Night
Old Rustic Bridge
Orange & Blue
Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore
Prince Edward Island
Rowan Tree
Scotland the Brave
She Moved through the Fair
Skye Boat Song
Slow Marches/Airs
Steamboat
Teribus
The Barren Rocks of Aden
The Battle of the Somme
The Bells of Dunblane
The Black Bear
The Brown Haired Maiden
The Cockney Jocks
The Day Thou' Gavest
The Green Hills of Tyrol
The High Road to Gairloch
The last of the great Whales
The March of the Cameron Men
The Old Rustic Bridge
The Skye Boat Song
Wings
And many, many others
2/4 Marches
3/4 Marches
4/4 Marches
6/8 Marches
79th Farewell to Gibraltar
9/8 Marches
A Hundred Pipers
A Man's a man
Amazing Grace
Andy's Lullaby
Atholl Highlanders
Auld Lang Syne
Battle of Waterloo
Battles O'er
Be still my soul (Finlandia – Sibelius)
Bloody Fields of Flanders
Bluebells of Scotland
Bonnie Dundee
Bonnie Lass of Fyvie
Castle Dangerous
Cock of the North
Corriechollies Welcome
Crags of Tumbledown Mountain
Farewell to Camraw
Flower of Scotland
Flowers of the Forest
Glendaruel Highlanders
Goin’ Home (Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 'From the New World' – more commonly known as ‘The Hovis Tune’)
Green Hills of Tyrol
Hector the Hero
Heights of Dargai
Highland Cathedral
Highland Laddie
Hymn for the sea (Titanic)
I see Mull (Land of my Youth)
Itchy Fingers
Leaving Port Askaig
Lochanside
Mhairi's Wedding
Morag of Dunvagen
Mull of Kintyre
Muss I Den
My Land
My love she's but a Lassie Yet
Ode to Joy
Oft in the stilly Night
Old Rustic Bridge
Orange & Blue
Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore
Prince Edward Island
Rowan Tree
Scotland the Brave
She Moved through the Fair
Skye Boat Song
Slow Marches/Airs
Steamboat
Teribus
The Barren Rocks of Aden
The Battle of the Somme
The Bells of Dunblane
The Black Bear
The Brown Haired Maiden
The Cockney Jocks
The Day Thou' Gavest
The Green Hills of Tyrol
The High Road to Gairloch
The last of the great Whales
The March of the Cameron Men
The Old Rustic Bridge
The Skye Boat Song
Wings
And many, many others

Reviews

From customers:

Ystad T, 8 years ago

Special thanks from Ystad International Military Tattoo to The Southern Highlanders Pipes and Drums for their fantastic performances 2013, both in Ystad and other cities, and for making the party in the night in the tent after the Tattoo.

Peter P, 5 years ago

An excellent performance by the members of the Southern Highlanders who led the Parade for the Patrons Lunch (Her Majesty The Queens Birthday Parade) and set the foundation for what continued to be a highly memorable Parade. We need more like these!