Here are four sample tracks from our CD "A Charming Dish Of Fish". The most popular figure in British balladry may be Robin Hood. But the most popular historical figure is not even an Englishman. It's Napoleon. Malcolm Laws listed seven ballads still being sung about Napoleon, and even so, he left out more than he omitted. Among them is perhaps the most lyric and beautiful of them all, Saint Helena (The Isle of Saint Helena). "Lord Lovat's Lament" is a well-known bagpipe march which entered the fiddle repertory, perhaps through fife and drum sources. The piece is said to have been composed by either Ewen MacGregor or his pupil David Fraser, both pipers to Simon Lord Lovat, famous in the unsuccessful Jacobite rebellion of 1745. Click the CDs link to see what else we have for you.