Piper - Music


  • Bagpipes player
  • The Pied Piper (1960s song), a 1966 song by Crispian St. Peters
  • The Piper at the Gates of Dawn, Pink Floyd's 1967 debut album
  • The Piper Never Dies, a song by Edguy from the Hellfire Club album
  • The Piper, a song by ABBA from the Super Trouper album.
  • Piper, a song by Phish from the Farmhouse album.
  • Piper, a 1970's NY Rock Band signed to A&M Records, fronted by Billy Squier
  • Piper to the end, a song on Mark Knopfler's Get Lucky album.
  • The Piper Never Dies, a song by Edguy from the album Hellfire Club.
  • The Piper McLeod, a song by Grave Digger from the album The Clans Will Rise Again.

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