MAP Project

No one currently knows how many pipers and drummers there are in the world, but pipes|drums would like to find out.

The MAP Project uses Google to link registered pipes|drums users dynamically, depicting each on our map of the world.

You’re a registered pipes|drums user or subscriber, but send an e-mail to your piping and drumming friends to do the same so that they too can be counted in the MAP Project.

Thank you, and please keep checking the MAP Project to see how things progress.

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  • Repetition, repetition
    Sat, 22 Nov 2014
    Pipe bands and solo pipers are generally reluctant to introduce unfamiliar tunes into their competition repertoire. It’s usually regarded as an unnecessary risk to unveil a medley of all, or even half, newly minted, previously unh …
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UPCOMING EVENTS February 25, 2015Red Hot Chilli PipersThe Venue, Peterborough, Ontario

February 27, 2015MacKenzie Caledonian in Concert

TIP OF THE DAY
Drummers: Use a modular approach for cleaning rough passages, i.e.; extract the rough bit with an additional beat of score on either side for context, and run it for laps.
Jon Quigg, City of Washington Pipe Band