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Tour Scotland video of a Tintignac Carnyx Celtic War Trumpet being played in the City Centre on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. Tintignac is a hamlet near Naves in the Corrèze region of France. It is primarily known for the archaeological remains of a sanctuary where Gallic and Gallo-Roman artefacts have been found including seven Carnyx war trumpets. This replica of a Tintignac Carnyx was being played by the incredible John Kenny.

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Tour Scotland travel video Blog of a Celtic War Horn being played in the City Centre on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire
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Tour Scotland video of a Carnyx Celtic War Trumpet being played in the City Centre on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. The carnyx was a wind instrument of the Iron Age Celts. Entering battle, Iron Age warriors unnerved their opponents by the sheer volume of noise they could make. This replica of the The Deskford Carnyx was being played by the incredible John Kenny.

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Tour Scotland travel video Blog of pipe bands at the start of the Kilt Run at North Inch Park on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. Perth and District Pipe Band followed by Highland Dancers and Strathearn Pipe Band followed by Majorettes.
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Tour Scotland travel video Blog of Sheepdog Display at the Kilt Run at North Inch Park on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. Mark Wylie with his sheepdog and duck display team The Drakes of Hazard will bring a fantastic crowd-pleasing demonstration to your outdoor event.
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Tour Scotland video of the brilliant Dougie MacLean singing Caledonia at the Kilt Run at North Inch Park on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire.

I don't know if you can see the changes that have come over me
In these last few days I've been afraid that I might drift away
So I've been telling old stories, singing songs, that make me think about where I come from
That's the reason why I seem so far away today

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Let me tell you that I love you and I think about you all the time
Caledonia you're calling me and now I'm going home
But if I should become a stranger you know that it would make me more than sad
Caledonia's been everything I've ever had

I have moved and I've kept on moving, proved the points that I needed proving
Lost the friends that I needed losing, found others on the way
I have tried and I've kept on trying, stolen dreams, yes there's no denying*
I have traveled hard sometimes with conscience flying somewhere in the wind

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Now I'm sitting here before the fire, the empty room the forest choir
The flames that couldn't get any higher they've withered now they've gone
But I'm steady thinking, my way is clear and I know what I will do tomorrow
When the hands have shaken and the kisses flow then I will disappear

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Tour Scotland travel video Blog of Scottish Country Dancing at the Kilt Run at North Inch Park on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire
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Tour Scotland travel video Blog of Fiddle music and Scottish Step Dancing at the Kilt Run at North Inch Park on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire
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Tour Scotland travel video Blog of Scottish Highland Dancing at the Kilt Run at North Inch Park on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire
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Tour Scotland travel video Blog of members of The Mad Ferret Band performing at the Kilt Run at North Inch Park on ancestry visit to Perth, Perthshire
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