Jane Espie: Saor Patrol's 2nd piper

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© Emanuele Leoni on June 7, 2009

Saor Patrol ( pronounced 'shore' and comes from the Gaelic word ‘Saorsa’, meaning freedom / liberty). Bringing back from the past a unique sound of Scotland into the 21st century, launching their audience into the tribal, turbulent era of times long gone. Those that have heard SAOR PATROL live never to forget the visual image, and the vibrant energy they send out to their audience during a performance. Their original pipe tunes and drum rhythms please, and excite, many a crowd from all walks of life. Saor Patrol have performed at festivals throughout Asia, Europe and the USA and are available for bookings for any occasion; Festivals, Corporate and Public Events, Private Functions, Weddings, Ceilidhs, Events, Gatherings, Galas, and more. The band brings a unique taste of Scottish tradition with a difference to any event. The sound that they have evolved and developed has been referred to as “Tribal” and “Celtic Rock” and the band have been referred to as “The Motorhead of Folk”.

from http://www.saorpatrol.com/

Sergio Bagna on June 7, 2009

A qualcosa di simile ho assistito nel 1986 a Concarneau (Bretagna). Ho tenuto duro, non sono riusciti a portarmi via fin che i suonatori non hanno smesso di suonare!

© Emanuele Leoni on June 16, 2009

Thank you Domi for returning to my gallery. Your comments are always appreciated

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  • Uploaded on June 7, 2009
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    by © Emanuele Leoni
    • Camera: Canon EOS 450D
    • Taken on 2009/06/04 18:19:41
    • Exposure: 0.017s (1/60)
    • Focal Length: 140.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO800
    • Exposure Bias: -0.67 EV
    • No flash