G. Brown, M. Dunn and D. Murray locked in at Lochearnhead
Lochearnhead, Scotland – July 21, 2007 – On a dry and warm day at one of the most scenic games in the world, results were scattered at Lochearnhead. The event is traditionally judged by members of the Royal Scottish Pipers Society, which comprises players who have never competed successfully in serious solo piping events but, for the first time in memory, the contest welcomed two of the most respected judges in the world for one of the light music events.
“It’s a start,” said one well known piper.
1st Glenn Brown, Milton, Ontario
2nd Douglas Murray, Fife, Scotland
3rd Michael Gray, The Highlanders
4th William Geddes, Edinburgh
Judges: Alan Forbes, James Burnett
1st Margaret Dunn, Glasgow
2nd Alan Russell, Kelty, Scotland
3rd William Geddes
4th Alex Gandy, Dartmouth, Canada
Judges: Bruce Thomson, John Ross
Strathspey & Reel
1st Douglas Murray
2nd Alan Russell
3rd Margaret Dunn
4th Gareth Rudolph, Glasgow
Judges: Andrew Wright, George Lumsden
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