#TuesdayTune ~ "The Gael"

Hello friends and welcome to today's #TuesdayTune linky party!  I'm so glad you stopped by to visit and hear my favourite song for the week!

In honor of National Tartan Day, a celebration of Scottish heritage, I am sharing a Scottish song and joining in with the Tartan Parade link up with Sarah at Hyacinths for the Soul

Tartan Day is a celebration of Scottish heritage on April 6, the date on which the Declaration of Arbroath was signed in 1320. The United States Senate recognized April 6 as Tartan Day in 1998. 

Sean Connery with members of the United States Air Force Reserve's Pipe and Drum Band in Washington, DC on Tartan Day, 2004.
Picture via wikipedia.org


In Australia, wearing tartan on July 1 has been encouraged since 1989, the anniversary of the repeal of the 1747 Act of Proscription that banned the wearing of tartan

Tartan Day 2011 in Brisbane, Australia.

Today's #TuesdayTune is "The Gael", the theme from The Last of the Mohicans by The Pipes and Drums of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. This piece is from their "Highland Cathedral" DVD.  The music is composed by Dougie Maclean.

I hope you enjoy this version of "The Gael"!

Have you posted any music on your blog recently? If so then I would be so thrilled if you could join in with my weekly Tuesday Tune party!

If you would like to share a song this week please link up the url of your post to the linky tool below. Please feel free to grab a Tuesday Tune button to add to your post too.

Thanks for joining in!

Thank you so much for taking the time to visit me in my little corner of the world today. I so appreciate your bloggy friendship! 

I would also like to wish everyone everyone of Scottish descent a wonderful Tartan Day on April 6th!

Best wishes,
Natasha In Oz 


  1. This is a wonderful post, Natasha! So many things I did not know about involving tartans around the globe.

    Thanks so much for linking up with the Tartan Parade today!

    Alison :)

  2. Thanks for sharing the lovely song.

    Happy National Tartan Day to you too!

  3. Hi Natasha, Now I know why Tartan Day is in the Spring here--many of us think of tartans as cold weather weaves to be brought out at Christmas time. Thanks for all the great info! Linda

  4. Natasha, this is a wonderful post for the Tartan Parade. Every parade has to have music! Beautiful images and great information here as well. Thanks for sharing and thank you for joining the Tartan Parade.
    Happy Tartan Day! ~ Sarah

  5. Now anything with Sean Connery gets my approval, great post for the Tartan Parade.
    We've got front row seats & a picnic!

  6. Oh I love a man in a kilt! And love the bagpipes too.
    Thank you for this wonderful post! Thanks for joining our Tartan Parade too. Happy Tartan Day! ~Delores

  7. As a Scottish Gunn by marriage I am mad for plaid. Your darling post made me truly blissfully crazy! :)

    I linked up an oldie but goodie to play along here:


    Happy Tartan Day!

  8. Awesome post.

    Thank you for the music, too!

    You know I always thought Sean Connery was totally gorgeous - but as he ages he is starting to look so much like my first husband's father it is shocking. Suddenly I kinda just wanna not think he is so hot anymore - but he truly is, but, well, there's this dad thing now.............um, eeww.

    SO - Happy Tartan Parade!

  9. Natasha, What a wonderful post for Tartan Day, with facts and history about Tartan Day and the lovely music...and of course, Sean Connery isn't bad either.
    Thanks for joining the Tartan Parade,

  10. What a lovely post. Learned a lot.. And what's not to love about Sean??? Thanks for the info.. it was certainly fun.. xo marlis

  11. Surprise post and certainly FuN info! always luv bagpipes!
    left scotland to attend my daughter's wedding & a lovely friend there sent along a wrap/shawl created from the Pride of Scotland tartan in silk for me to wear to the wedding! Gorgeous!

    i'll have to add a post for apr 6th!

    i'm focused on Holy Week - Palm Sunday today and all the services of this week as we approach the footwashing and supper on thursday, good friday's crucifixion, easter saturday and the vigil for Christ's resurrection followed by easter sunday's celebration!!
    the most wonderful week of worship as we journey with Christ...
    so there's definitely music in this post i've linked :)

    Blessings as you worship !

  12. I didn't realize you were still doing Sunday Song. I must have misunderstood. I promise to be here next Sunday.♥



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