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A day of memory and hope: from the pipes at sunrise to the last flame of the night

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IN peace, but especially in war, music means more than words which is why Scotland’s service to mark the end of the First World War began the way it did. High up in Glasgow Cathedral, in front of the great stained-glass windows, fiddler Andy Cant spoke with his violin. His piece was inspired by the theme of goodbyes and on the British side in the First World War, there were 700,000 of them – more than 100,000 of them Scots. .

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