Brigadoonery Canada        presents updated 

 

 

 

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Contemporary formal poetry by the McAlister Clan


Brigadoonery, noun: What often happens when people who were not born in Scotland pretend to be Scottish anyway.  (The results can be hilarious!)


 

Ach!  Me poor bagpipes!If ye canna' hear the bonnie music, lads and lassies, then you're missing half the fun!  Background MIDI music on every page starts automatically with modern versions of Internet Explorer. (If it doesn’t work for you, we apologize, but there is no “gold standard” for every browser.) Our tunes are optimized for the Soundblaster Live! sound card. Use good headphones, or better still, a hefty stereo amplifier and BIG speakers so you can feel the tuba and drums!

Most music on this website consists of our original compositions and arrangements, and a couple of Barry Taylor's renditions of traditional tunes, used with his kind permission.

Scotland the Brave, trad., arr. by Neil Harding McAlister, © 1997


The Brigadoonery ! pages were created for the delectation and amusement of virtual Scotsmen and women everywhere by an N-th generation Scottish-Canadian “wannabee.”


  Brigadoonery Canada

Explore the fine art and science of Brigadoonery !

v     Brigadoon – our favorite Broadway “musical”

v     Macbeth was Framed

v     The Great McGonagall: Scotland’s Worst Poet

v     The Heelan’ Fling

v     A Highland Laddie -- or Lady ?!?

v     The Stone of Destiny

v     A Wee Drammie

v     A Spooky Story

v     Highland (fun and) Games

v     Poet’s Corner 

v     Edinburgh, from haggis to Mars bars

v    Thoughts of Home -- a new “Scottish” song 

v     The BRIGADOONERY Grab-Bag

 


Visit our favorite links to …

Tartan piperBRIGADOONIAN  CINEMA

Bagpipes go to the MOVIES!

What is the greatest Scottish movie ever?


The BRIGADOONERY  banner is one of the lesser-known McAlister tartans. Please check out our

Clan McAlister page.


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© 1997-2005 Neil Harding McAlister    

Email contact:    neilmac@durham.net

Literary, pictorial and musical contents of the “Brigadoonery Canada” and “Traveler’s Tales” websites are copyright, and may not be used or reproduced in any medium without written consent. All rights reserved.

Last revision:  20 July 2005

 

 

 

Key words:  Scottish, Scotland, Scots, Scottish-Canadian, Highland, Highland games, culture, humor, humour, jokes, comedy, satire, kilt, tartan, bagpipes, poetry, poems, MIDI,    music