HD video: 78th Highlanders (Halifax Citadel): 2014 North American Champions

Published: August 2, 2014
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MSR (27 competed)
1st Alex Gandy
2nd Bruce Gandy
3rd Nick Hudson
4th Ian K. MacDonald
5th Dan Lyden
6th Andrew Berthoff
Judge: Ed Neigh

March (27 competed)
1st Alex Gandy
2nd Bruce Gandy
3rd Andrew Hayes
4th Ed Bush
5th Ian K. MacDonald
6th Andrea Boyd
Judge: Colin MacLellan

Strathspey & Reel (27 competed)
1st Sean McKeown
2nd Scott McIntosh
3rd Andrew Hayes
4th Andrea Boyd
5th Ian K. MacDonald
6th Andrew Berthoff
Judge: Gail Brown

Freestyle (27 competed)
1st Bruce Gandy
2nd Alex Gandy
3rd Andrew Hayes
4th Sean McKeown
5th Callum Harper
6th Glenn Walpole
Judge: John Elliott

Professional Solo Snare Drumming
MSR
1st Derek Cooper
2nd Iain Bell
3rd Zack Miller
4th Wesley Cole
5th Elizabeth Shaw
6th Harry Meade
Judge: Ciaran Mordaunt

Hornpipe & Jig
1st Derek Cooper
2nd Zach Miller
3rd Cameron McKail
4th Iain Bell
5th Elizabeth Shaw
6th Wesley Cole
Judge: Drew Duthart

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  1. docherty@aol.com

    Wow, who is this Andrew Berthoff person who won the A grade Piobaireachd? ongrats Andrew, well deserved……

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To ease the blowing-in period of a chanter reed, simply press the reed firmly in the lowest part of the blades between the finger and thumb until you feel both blades ease gently together. Continue to do this and keep blowing the reed until you find the reed giving an acceptible weight.
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