Videos tagged with "gory"
DUDELSACKSPIELER BUCHEN 0176-50647666 ~ BERLIN/ERFURT/HALLE/HANNOVER/JENA/ NÜRNBERG/ HAMBURG [02:40]
Dudelsackspieler Mac Gregory Tel. 0176-50647666 Jede echte schottische Great Highland Bagpipe atmet den Geist einer mehr als tausendjährigen Tradition, ihre einmalige, mit nichts zu vergleichende Musik erzählt von der Einsamkeit der Highlands, von Festen und vom Kampfesgetümmel. Pipe Musik ist traditionell dem Gedenken der Häuptlinge gewidmet oder besingt ungewöhnliche Ereignisse und markante Orte. Pipes rufen zum Tanz und sie klagen um die Verstorbenen in ergreifenden Laments. * * * Traditionelle Schottische Dudelsackmusik im authentischen schottischen Outfit: Ideal für die stimmungsvolle Untermalung besonders festlicher Momente - und für alle anderen Anlässe, die eine speziell schottische Note bekommen sollen. Repertoire: Selbstverständlich sind die Klassiker wie "Scotland the Brave" und "Amazing Grace" debei - aber auch typisch schottische und irische Tänze sowie verschiedene Märsche. Haben Sie einen speziellen Musikwunsch? Ich freue mich darauf, Ihnen behilflich zu sein! Aus dem Gästebuch: 15.04.2012 „Mac Gregory hat zur Einweihungsfeier unserer neuen Firmen-Räume gespielt. Ein fulminanter und imposanter Auftritt!! Das waren magische Momente, als er mit seiner "mac-gregorianischen", schottischen Dudelsackmusik die Räume füllte. Die Gäste bekamen Gänsehaut. Als er "Amazing Grace" spielte, war das ein echt feierlicher Moment - da waren unsere Räume so richtig "eingeweiht"... Kostüm, Auftritt, Musik - königlich." Ivon Steinberg
Nissen Huts Prisoner Of War Camp Perthshire Scotland [02:04]
Tour Scotland video of a Nissen Huts at Cultybraggan Prisoner Of War Camp on visit to Comrie, Perthshire. Between April 16 and April 18, 1916, Major Peter Norman Nissen of the 29th Company Royal Engineers of the British Army began to experiment with hut designs. Cultybraggan had almost 100 Nissen Huts housing around 4000 Category A Prisoners of War, who were thought to be the most extreme Nazi prisoners at the time, requiring a maximum security camp. In 1944 a German prisoner was wrongly accused by fellow inmates of being a British spy, and was taken to a shower block, beaten and hanged. Eight prisoners were taken to London and tried for the murder, all pled not guilty, two were found not guilty, one sentenced to life imprisonment and the final five were hanged in what was reported to be the biggest ever mass execution in the history of the United Kingdom. Rudolph Hess is alleged to have been held at Cultybraggan for one night following his plane crash in Scotland, however this tale has been put down to the tabloid press, he was in fact held some 40 miles away at Buchanan Castle. In 1945 the camp was disbanded, only to reopen as an Army Training Centre in 1949. The camp now belongs to the Comrie Development Trust and is open to the public.
Allegory Stained Glass Windows Cathedral Dunblane Scotland [00:49]
Tour Scotland video of the Allegory stained glass windows on visit to the Cathedral in Dunblane.
The Ugadale Hotel & Cottages, Machrihanish - Scotland [04:37]
Once regarded as the pinnacle of luxury accommodation in the west of Scotland, The Ugadale Hotel has been restored to its former glory and now serves as the centerpiece of The Village at Machrihanish Dunes. In its heyday, The Ugadale Hotel regularly welcomed captains of industry and their families, who descended on Machrihanish for summer holidays with their steamer trunks and visions of relaxing times on the beach and golf links. Today, twenty-two stunning guest rooms and suites are finished to the highest standard and pamper guests in an atmosphere of casual elegance combined with modern amenities, historic charm and unmatched natural beauty. Inside the Ugadale Hotel you will also find The Kintyre Club, a private dining restaurant open to members and guests of the hotel along with the traquil Serenity Spa. For those who desire a bit more space or a self-catered option, The Ugadale Cottages located next to the hotel are the perfect home away from home. The award-winning Ugadale Cottages received Golf Tourism Scotland's Gold Standard Award for the "Hotel of the Year" in the Small Hotel category in 2010. Surrounded by unparalleled natural beauty and tranquility, each fully furnished, two-bedroom golf cottage is elegantly finished inside and out with natural stone, hardwoods and wonderful touches that epitomize the coastal Scottish cottage at every turn. These roomy, self-catering cottages have been thoughtfully and luxuriously configured to perfectly accommodate visiting ...
Glamis Castle, Glamis, Scotland [02:10]
Glamis Castle is situated beside the village of Glamis in Angus, Scotland. It is the home of the Earl and Countess of Strathmore and Kinghorne, and is open to the public. Glamis Castle has been the home of the Lyon family since the 14th century, though the present building dates largely from the 17th century. Glamis was the childhood home of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, who married King George VI, and was later known as Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. Her second daughter, Princess Margaret, was born there. The castle is protected as a category A listed building, and the grounds are included on the Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland, the national listing of significant gardens