The Royal Scots Cap Badge


Bagpipe Lessons for Balmoral Castle


The tune Balmoral Castle is named in honor of the Royal Residence in Scotland. originally bought by Prince Albert in 1852 as a gift for Queen Victoria. The castle initially, was considered to be to small for the Royal Families needs. Prince Albert supervised the design and building of the new complex.


My friend Andrew Lenz has documented some interesting facts about the the Sovereign Pipers duties at Balmoral Castle. Scroll towards the lower section the page to review the information.


This Wikepedia link has some interesting, additional information about Balmoral Castle


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Balmoral Castle

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Balmoral Castle


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