10 Clues Your Pipe Major Sucks
Before we start - I just want to thank my diligent co-author Dr. John Holcombe for helping me assemble this article! This article was formed…
Bagpipes and the United States Military
From its origin in Scottish clans and culture, the Great Highland Bagpipe has long been associated with the military.
Especially in more recent history, the Highland Regiments of the British Armed Forces, and some of the Lowland Regiments as well, have had bagpipers since their first formation.
The United States Armed Forces has historically had a very close relationship with the British – so the spread of the bagpipes was inevitable.
Comparing Piobaireachd Styles - Struan Robertson's Salute
Have you ever compared how different pipers play the same piobaireachd? They put in their own style based on how they were taught and the…
Simon Fraser University Pipe Band's Friday Medley at the 2019 Worlds
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Yh6iNoDsPc Here is Simon Fraser University Pipe Band playing a killer medley in the Grade One contest at the 2019 World Pipe Band Championships. The…
Bridging the Gap Between Old and New Chanters
Do you need to buy a new chanter to play with a band? Can your old chanter match the new poly band chanters? Can a band sound amazing with all different chanters?
Andrew has a surprising answer to this question.