From the Archives: Angus J. MacLellan: the pipes|drums Interview, August 1997 – Part 3

Published: April 5, 2014

Our conversation with the late great “Angus J.” continues, in which he discusses the RSPBA, pipe band judging, perceived biases and the influence of his teacher, Donald MacLeod.

 
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