The Portland Highland Games live recordings of the Pipe Band Competitions and the Professional Piobaireachd Competitions are all available for purchase online.
You may also mail a check or money order for $15 each, plus $2 shipping to: Portland Highland Games, PO Box 25034, Portland, OR 97298. They are also available at the Scottish Country Shop. If you prefer, you may order them at CDBaby and buy digital downloads (including per-track downloads) by clicking on the CD title below.
Pipe Band Competitions:
The 2012 Pipe Band Competition live recording features all the bands competing at the 60th Anniversary Games: Dowco Triumph Street, Portland Metro, New Westminster Police, Columbia Regional Portland Police Highland Guard, Clan Gordon, White Spot, Northwest Junior, Portland Metro Youth, Keith Highlanders and Clan Macleay Pipe Band. AVAILABLE ONLY AS DOWNLOADS.
The 2011 Pipe Band Competition includes both March, Strathspey & Reel (MSR) and Medley Competitions for both Grade 1 and Grade 2 bands and Medley Competition for Grade 3 bands. The six-time World Champion Simon Fraser University Pipe Band is also featured on the cover.
The 2010 Pipe Band Competition, with Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3 and Grade 4 pipe bands competing - total of 13 bands, including the six-time World Champion Simon Fraser University Pipe Band, as well as, Dowco Triumph Street, Prince Charles, Portland Metro, New Westminster Police, Chilliwack and District, Washington Scottish, Robert Malcolm Memorial, Portland Police Highland Guard, White Spot, Northwest Junior, Portland Metro Youth, Clan Macleay Pipe Bands.
Professional Piobaireachd Competitions:
The 2012 Professional Piobaireachd Competition features the four top prize winners: James Troy, Lament for Captain MacDougall; Colin Lee, Queen Anne's Lament; Jori Chisholm, Lament for Captain Donald Mackenzie; Andrew Bonar, I Got a Kiss of the King's Hand. AVAILABLE ONLY AS DOWNLOADS.
The 2011 Professional Piobaireachd Competition, with top four winners: Jori Chisholm, Tulloch Ard; Andrew Bonar, Lament for Finlay; James P. Troy, Park Piobaireachd No.2; and Andrew Lee, End of the Great Bridge.
The 2010 Professional Piobaireachd Competition, with top four winners: Jack Lee, Lament for the Earl of Antrim; Andrew Bonar, Corrienessan's Salute; Alistair Lee, The Unjust Incarceration; and Colin Lee, Lament for Mary MacLeod.
The live recordings were produced by piper Rob Barrick of BarBarrick Music.