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Available to pre-order now:
The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2010 (worldwide DVD)
Celebrating 60 years, recorded live from the Edinburgh Castle Esplanade - also containing a special feature of highlights from the 2010 Tattoo show in Sydney, Australia. Also available on audio CD.
Also now available, for next day despatch: The Pipes And Drums Of The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo (worldwide DVD).


The World Pipe Band Championships 2010 (worldwide DVD)
Over 8,000 pipers and drummers from more than 200 bands head to Glasgow Green on Saturday 14th August for one of the biggest and best-loved events in their calendar. Also available on audio CD.

The Red Hot Chilli Pipers - Music For The Kilted Generation (CD)
The fourth album from the rockin' pipes and drums band - with their powerful style they have moved the bagpipes into new and adventurous areas by re-interpreting famous tracks. See all Red Hot Chilli Pipers titles.

Old Blind Dogs - Wherever Yet May Be (CD)
The contemporary Scottish folk band's tenth studio album - continuing to distinguish themselves as vital, innovative ambassadors of traditional music. See all Old Blind Dogs titles.

BBC Transatlantic Sessions (Series 4) vol 3 (CD)
Third CD to feature a selection of music from the most recent television series of The Transatlantic Sessions. See all Transatlantic Sessions titles.

August 2010 new releases:

Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham - Portrait (CD)
The enormously popular and entertaining fiddle and accordion duo. "Simply the best traditional musicians you are ever likely to hear..." (Glasgow Herald)

Saltfishforty - Netherbow (CD)
The multi-talented duo of Douglas Montgomery and Brian Cromarty with traditional and borrowed tunes.

Canntaireachd (CD)
A group of Gaelic-speaking teenagers from around Inverness, who sing traditional and self-penned Gaelic songs.

More new releases:
Catriona McKay and Chris Stout * Jenna Reid * Irene Watt and Graham White * Hugh Morrison * Kyle Warren * Colm Gannon, Jesse Smith and John Blake * William M MacDonald * St Laurence O'Toole Pipe Band * Seeing Scotland and Rivers Of Scotland (DVD re-releases) * Marian Anderson * Ian Hutson * Iain MacPhail * Tommy Newcomen * Charlie Landsborough.
Top 50 bestsellers:
Duncan Chisholm * Daimh * Skerryvore * Dougie MacLean * Kenneth McKellar * Breabach * Martyn Bennett * Rough Guide To Scottish Folk vol 2 * Eric Bogle * Ivan Drever * Gaelic Psalms * The Cast * Far, Far From Ypres * Michael McGoldrick * Na h-Oganaich * The McCalmans * Gabe McVarish * Gordon Duncan * The Paul McKenna Band * People And Songs Of The Sea * Highlands (DVD) * John Watt and Davey Stewart * Songs Of The Jacobite Risings * Allan MacDonald and Margaret Stewart * Glen Daly * Fred Morrison * Capercaillie * Cliar * Salsa Celtica * Fiddlers' Bid * Fiona J MacKenzie * Kathleen MacInnes * Bodega * The Duplets * Julie Fowlis * Phil Coulter * Highland Bagpipe Tutor * The Occasionals * The Corries * Kris Drever, Aidan O'Rourke, Martin Green and Lau * Shaun Davey * The Birnam Quartet * Eddi Reader * Steam Jenny * Blair Douglas * John McSherry * Kenneth Ross * Rachel Hair.
Highland Heartbeat (with Fiona Kennedy) - Belonging (CD)
As shown on BBC2 - six fine Scottish singers, brought together to perform songs in old and new styles.

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