(HD videos added) Michael Grey: the pipes|drums Interview – Part 5

Published: October 31, 2012

We conclude our exclusive interview with Michael Grey, one of the most prolific and played composers in piping history. In this last segment Grey discusses, among many other things . . .

 
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