Pipe Major Forsyth

Bill Dean-Myatt notes “This Prince of Wales went on to become, very briefly, Edward VIII. Henry Forsyth was retained, as ‘King’s Piper’, by King George V on his accession to the throne in 1910. Pipe Major Major Forsyth had already served the King for five years prior. He was to remain in the service of the Royal Family until his retirement in 1941 having served three Monarchs’. Scottish Vernacular Discography Section 7, p. 13.

Flowers of the Forest

Columbia, Matrix number: CA14933-1 Catalog number: 283-M. Recorded London, February 1935.


Composed by H.R.H. Prince of Wales, Duke of Windsor. Columbia, Matrix number: CA14932-1 Catalog number: 283-M. Recorded London, February 1935.