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The Lost Journal of Angus MacKay, Piper to Queen Victoria
Angus MacKay of Raasay (1812/13-1859) is a legendary figure in the history of Scottish music, with his work still celebrated 160 years after his death. The remarkable story of the man himself, however, has been neglected until now.
In this fictionalized account, the great piper pens the tale of his sensational life. From humble beginnings on the Isle of Raasay, MacKay reflects on his rise through nineteenth-century society, gaining nationwide renown and becoming the first Piper to the Sovereign. Yet, despite his fame and musical accomplishments, something is amiss. Why is MacKay writing his journal from the notorious Bedlam hospital? And why has he been dismissed from Her Majesty's service?
I Piped, That She Might Dance - Author Iain MacDonald