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December 7, 2022

After long hiatus, Grade 4 MacEoin-Ramsay Pipe Band re-forms in Ottawa area

The MacEoin-Ramsay Pipe Band was originally formed in the Ottawa area in 1981, and under Pipe-Major David Clyde established itself as a successful competition Grade 4 group. The band has lain dormant for almost two decades . . . until now, with the group being resurrected under Pipe-Major Kris Bawden
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November 27, 2022

Grade 2 band avoids rocky road ahead after new L-D reads p|d and reaches out

The Grade 2 Rocky Mountain Pipe Band of Alberta, Calgary, was facing an uncertain future only a few weeks ago after...
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November 25, 2022

The 2022 pipes|drums Holiday Gift Guide! Great deals and products from our advertisers . . .

It’s the 2022 pipes|drums Holiday Gift Guide! We asked our wonderful advertisers to highlight one or two of their...
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November 24, 2022

Glasgow Skye completes all-new leadership; MacLeod P-M, Galbraith L-D, Cowan and Sommerville P-S’s

The Grade 1 Glasgow Skye Association has returned to its roots after a two-year search to find new leadership with the...
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November 23, 2022

‘Absolute gems’: Iain MacInnes reviews the Eliza Ross Collection (preview: he likes it a lot)

The Eliza Ross Collection – Original Highland Airs Collected on Raasay in 1812 Volume VII in the Musica Scotica...
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August 16, 2020
No show? Here’s our 10-year Pre-World’s Concert retrospective
We look back at a decade of the annual biggest performance on the pipe band calendar
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December 8, 1974
Scottish Pipe Band Association AGM concludes that “no great enthusiasm for development” exists with members.
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