Music

Hong Kong St. Andrew's Pipe Band is keen on trying different kinds of music on the Highland bagpipes. Here is some specially arranged music that you may find interesting.

Selection of bagpipe music played by the band: (All Rights Reserved)
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1. Auld Lang Syne ͽ˸U [2:09]
2. The Bells of Dunblane, Molly Connell, Itchy Fingers [2:36]
3.
Osaka Ramsay Pipeband Welcome to Hong Kong [1:30]

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HKStAPB have made attempts to trace the origin of the music and apologise if composers or arrangers of any music have not been traced.

Note: The following music is not intended for commercial use. Players must observe their local copyright law and rules.

Music

Sheet Music

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Arirang

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MIDI

First adopted on 31 Mar 2007. This is a very popular traditional Korean folk song. This tune was arranged to be played on Highland Bagpipes for World Parade in Korea in 2007.



Osaka Ramsay Pipe Band Welcome to Hong Kong

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Composed in February 2007 to commemorate the "HK-Japan Scottish Pipe Bands Exchange Show" in the first weekend of March 2007. The Ramsay Pipe Band from Osaka, Japan joined the show.



Santa Lucia

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MIDI

First adopted on 31 Dec 2006. This is a well-known traditional Italian song from Naples. This tune was arranged to be played on Highland Bagpipes for New Year's Eve Countdown Carnival 2006 in Hong Kong.



Aida

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MIDI

First adopted on 31 Dec 2006. This is an extract from the famous italian opera Aida by Giuseppe Verdi. This tune was arranged to be played on Highland Bagpipes for New Year's Eve Countdown Carnival 2006 in Hong Kong.



The Flower Drum Song

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MIDI

First adopted on 3 Aug 2004. This is a very popular folk song in Southern China. Here is a version specially arranged for playing on Highland Bagpipes.



Dance of Youth

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First adopted on 31 Dec 2005. This is a very popular folk song in Xinjiang, north-west of today's China. It is an easy and popular song in primary music education in Hong Kong, so many Hong Kong people have been familiar with this song since they were little. This tune was arranged to be played on Highland Bagpipes for New Year's Eve Countdown Carnival 2005 in Hong Kong.
     This music was published in Piping Today, Feb/Mar 2007, issue 26, pp.30.




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