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Old and New World Highland Bagpiping, Gibson, John G.

Author Name    Gibson, John G.

Title   Old and New World Highland Bagpiping

Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   New

Publisher   Edinburgh Birlinn 2005

ISBN Number    1841583340 / 9781841583341

Seller ID   9011

424pp, illustrations. An account of piping and pipers in both the Scottish Highlands and in Cape Breton in Canada.

Price = 14.00 GBP


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