Malcolm Smith recently played bagpipes for a wedding in Keswick, Cumbria. In the beautiful Lake District. Malcolm Smith is a quality Scottish Bagpiper. For hire throughout North West England (including Keswick, Grasmere, Ambleside, Windermere & Kendal).
Add an authentic touch to your wedding in The Lake District, Cumbria, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Manchester, Liverpool, or Cheshire. Contact Malcolm today for an affordable quote.
Phone or Text: 07887 608217
Professional & Reliable
I’m a professional Scottish bagpiper for hire. Available 7 days a week. I grew up in Glasgow and started learning the pipes at 11 years old. Then moved to the north of England in my early 20s. I have 30 years continuous experience playing to a high standard with pipe bands in Scotland and England. I’ve performed at hundreds of events as a solo musician. Including weddings, funerals, birthday parties, and more.
Most importantly, I take pride in every performance and value the feedback and appreciation I receive from customers.
Visit my Facebook page (www.facebook.com/malcolmmusic.org) or ‘News & Reviews’ (link below) to find 5-star reviews and recommendations from satisfied customers.
A Selection of Bagpipe Music for Events
Please note: This is a small selection of the tunes I can play. And I regularly learn new music on request. If you’d like another piece for your occasion please ask. Please also visit the Videos page for a sample of my playing. Thanks!
Most Requested- Scotland the Brave, Amazing Grace, Highland Cathedral, The Skye Boat Song, Flower of Scotland, Danny Boy, The Fields of Athenry, Mull of Kintyre, Mhairi’s Wedding, Happy Birthday.
Modern- Braveheart Theme- ‘A Gift of a Thistle’, Angels (Robbie Williams), Can You Feel The Love Tonight (Elton John), You are My Sunshine (Various), Wake Me Up (Avicii), Wooden Heart (Elvis), (I’m Gonna Be) 500 miles (The Proclaimers), You’ll Never Walk Alone (Gerry & The Pacemakers).
Other Traditional Tunes (Scottish, Irish, Welsh)- The Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, The Green Hills of Tyrol (aka The Scottish Soldier), The Battle’s O’er, Over the Hills and Far Away, The Leaving of Liverpool, The Wild Rover, Faith of our Fathers, Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms, The Isle of Innesfree, The Rose of Allandale, The Rowan Tree, We’re No Awa Tae Bide Awa, Going Home, The Dark Isle, The Mist Covered Mountains, Flowers of the Forest, Bonnie Dundee, The Crags of Tumbledown Mountain, Suo Gan (Welsh lullaby).
*And many, many more…
By Robert Burns- Auld Lang Syne, A Man’s a Man for A’ That, My Love is But a Lassie Yet, Ye Jacobites by Name.
Contact: Malcolm Smith