Hugh Cheape clarifies what’s really in his forthcoming book

Published: May 31, 2008

After the sensationalist media stories, pipes|drums does the extraordinary: we actually talk to him directly. A special interview with the world’s foremost historian’s on Highland pipes, especially for subscribers.

 
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