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Re: The Sinclair's March
This "march" also known as the Red Ribbon is an old Piobreached and to
the best of my knowledge has not been recorded. The oldf Clans had
Piobreached as their marches. There is a quick march called Colonel
Sinclair which is a nice tune. You can probably find it recorded somewhere.
Yours Aye, David
From: Juli <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, April 08, 1999 8:18 PM
Subject: The Sinclair's March
>Hello all -
>Hoping someone can help me. Looked on our web page but did not see any
>reference to the pipe music for Clan Sinclair. Robert Bain's The Clans and
>Tartans of Scotland lists the pipe music as "Spaidsearachd Mhic nan
>(The Sinclair's March.)
>Does anyone know the correct translation of the Gaelic? I have seen a
>reference to the Mac-na-Cearda being an Ancient Argyll family possibly
>relating to the McNockairds.
>Does anyone have a recommendation for a CD with "The Sinclair's March" on
>Thanks in advance -
>Princeton, NJ - but Forever Argyll
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