Champion piper Stuart Liddell playing Troy's Wedding & Viennese Waltz at Delgatie Castle in 2022

Renowned Scottish bagpiper Stuart Liddell MBE playing "Troy's Wedding" composed by Colin Magee and "Viennese Waltz" arranged by Allan MacDonald. This was from his recital at historic Delgatie Castle in September 2022.

Hear Robert Mathieson discuss this waltz in his class from March 2. The waltz begins at 1:46.

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