Ian Brown - Bagpiper

This Highland Piper is based in South East England, and has been performing the Bagpipes at various events since the tender age of 10. He began learning the Bagpipes back in 1978 and has lots of experience as a professional piper.

He is the Pipe Sergeant for a local Pipe Band, who are also available for functions and events.

He is a true professional and happy to meet in person before the event and run through the details of your booking. His kilt is always pressed and shoes polished, ready for your big day.

He always carries 2 sets of Pipes just in case the 1st set misbehaves

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Ian Brown - Bagpiper Repertoire

  • Corriechollies
  • Terribus
  • Green Hills o'Tyrol
  • When The Battles Over
  • Lochanside
  • Cock Of The North
  • Bonnie Dundee
  • Skye Boat
  • Westering Home
  • Maries Wedding
  • Nut Brown Maiden
  • Barren Rocks
  • Highland Laddie 
  • Crags Of Tumbledown Mountain
  • Murdo`S Wedding
  • Crusaders March
  • Wings 
  • Kenmuirs Up And Awa Wullie
  • Steamboat
  • 100 Pipers
  • Farewell To Cumraw
  • Itchy Fingers 
  • Balmoral
  • Minstral Boy
  • Star Of County Down
  • Maggie 
  • Loch Rannoch
  • Orange And Blue
  • Fairy Dance 
  • Highland Cathedral   
  • Amazing Grace
  • She Moves Through The Fair
  • Glasgow City Police
  • Itchy Fingers
  • The Rose Of Kelvingrove  
  • Flower Of Scotland
  • Scotland The Brave
  • Highland Laddie
  • Black Bear
  • Farewell To Javea
  • Scotland The Brave
  • Rowntree
  • Killiecrankie
  • Bells Of Dunblane  
  • Dark Island
  • Mist Covered Mountains
  • Castle Dangerous
  • I See Mull
  • Colin Campbell
  • The Hawk That Swoops On High 
  • Cullen Bay
  • J.K.Cairnes    
  • Scotland The Brave
  • Rowentree
  • Thistle Of Scotland
  • Caber Feidh
  • Farewell To The Creeks
  • Leaving Port Askaig   
  • Massacre Of Glencoe
  • Liberton Polka
  • Waly Waly 
  • Campbells Farewell To Redcastle
  • Sweet Maid Of Glendaruel 
  • Crags Of Tumbledown Mountain
  • Falkland Palace    
  • Hector The Hero  
  • Battle Of The Somme
  • Height Of Dargia
  • Earl Of Mansfield
  • Prince Charles Welcome   
  • Lord Lovats Lament
  • Rose Of Allandale
  • Gallawa Hills
  • Old Rustic Bridge   
  • Lodgings On A Cold Ground
  • Cradle Song   
  • Mull Of Kintyre
  • Barnyards Of Delgaty  
  • Hot Punch
  • Atholl Highlanders
  • All The Blue Bonnets
  • Banjo Breakdown
  • Paddy Leather Breaches
  • 51st Highland Division
  • We`Re  No Awa Tae Bide Awa
  • 42nd Highland Division
  • 10th Battalion Crossing The Rhine
  • Marquis Of Huntley  
  • Glasgow City Police Pipers
  • A Mans A Man For All That
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Flowers Of The Forest
  • The Drunken Piper
  • Cockney Jocks
  • Bonnie Lass O'fyfe
  • Roses Of Prince Charlie
  • Fairwell To Cumraw
  • Itchy Fingers
  • Green Hills O' Tyrol
  • The Battles Over
  • Paddys Green Shamrock Shore
  • La Baum
  • When The Piper Plays
  • Andy's Lullabye
  • Danny Boy
  • The Gael (Last Of The Mohicans)
  • Bluebells Over The Border
  • Banjo Breakdown
  • Rebel Piper
  • Scotch On The Rocks
  • The Heroes Of Vittoria
  • The Highland Brigade At Magersfontein
  • Leaving Lochboisdale
  • The Highland Cradle Song
  • The Black Bear
  • The Piobaireachd Of Donald Dhu
  • Bonnie Galloway
  • Liverpool Hornpipe
  • The Wedding March (Here Comes The Bride)
  • Highland Wedding
  • Going Home
  • Oft In The Stilly Night

American Set

  • Over There
  • Marine Corps Hymn
  • Yankee Doodle Dandy
  • When The Saints 

British War And Peace Set

  • Keep The Home Fires Burning
  • Tipperary
  • Scotland The Brave
  • Killiecrankie

Funeral Laments

  • Skye Boat Song
  • Westering Home
  • Farewell To Cumraw
  • Loch Rannoch
  • Highland Cathedral   
  • Amazing Grace
  • She Moves Through The Fair
  • Flower Of Scotland
  • Bells Of Dunblane  
  • Mist Covered Mountains
  • Dark Island
  • Massacre Of Glencoe
  • Lodgings On A Cold Ground
  • Highland Cradle Song   
  • Mull Of Kintyre
  • Auld Lang Syne
  • Flowers Of The Forest
  • Paddys Green Shamrock Shore
  • Danny Boy
  • Maggie
  • Oft In The Stilly Night
  • Keep The Home Fires Burning
  • Going Home

Ian Brown - Bagpiper Feedback

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What a lovely send-off you were able to make it by coming along on Thursday and piping at Mum's funeral. Everyone commented on the Piper and what a lovely touch it had been. I know so well that Mum herself would have been absolutely thrilled. I’m sure if she had been looking down she would have thoroughly enjoyed listening to you playing. Simply a touch of class!! I can never thank you enough for coming along and helping out. I will most definitely keep your details, and as you said perhaps on a happier occasion ask you to come along and play again sometime.

Alastair Wanless,

I just wanted to thank you for last Friday: that was brilliant and everybody was very impressed! I hope you enjoyed it as well.

Lucie,

I Hope you are well and am so very sorry not to have been in touch since our Anniversary. Ian and I both wanted to say thank you so very much for playing for us at our Service and at home it was great and we have had many many complimentary comments.

Margaret Campbell,

I just wanted to say a huge thank you from Frank and I for playing at our wedding. Everyone commented on how excellent you were, with most of the Scots conceding you were the best piper they had heard! The way you got involved in the day was fantastic – helping the little kids out with walking down the aisle and interacting with all our guests. I for one wasn’t expecting to be playing the bagpipes on my wedding day, and it made the day even more special. For us, I think being piped to our table is the one thing that will really stick in our memories. It created such an amazing atmosphere as we came winding through the tables.

Nicki Woolgar,

I would just like to say how amazed we were of the performances you gave at our wedding and everyone was very impressed by it and thought it was a lovely touch. The feeling it gave inside the church was just so powerful and we would have loved to of had you playing for the remainder of the day! Thank-you again, it was a great experience and we are honoured that you played at our wedding. If we ever have another get together of the Scottish family again for a party, we would love for you to play again.

Becky & Archie Wylie,

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