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June 6, 2015Bellingham Highland GamesHovander Homestead Park, Ferndale, WA

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June 6, 2015Cookstown Highland GamesTBA

June 6, 2015Stockbridge Pipe Band 20th Anniversary ConcertEdinburgh

TIP OF THE DAY
Pipers: Play the note with a doubling on it a little longer in order to accent it – not much, but be sure you do not skip over that note.
Ian Whitelaw, Redondo Beach, California

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