Great Lakes Challenge goes to Chisholm
Traverse City, Michigan – April 8, 2005 – Jori Chisholm of Seattle was the overall winner of the first Great Lakes Superior Piping Challenge, which attracted mostly pipers from the United States. In addition to cash, Chisholm received the United States Prize Pipe, a silver and imitation ivory set made by Naill.
1st Jori Chisholm,”Lament for Patrick Og MacCrimmon”
2nd Ian Whitelaw, Redondo Beach, California, “Lament for Donald Duaghal MacKay”
3rd Andrew P. Hayes, “I Got A Kiss of the King’s Hand”
1st Andrew P. Hayes, “Mrs. John MacColl,” “Bogan Lochan,” “Loch Carron”
2nd Jori Chisholm, “Mrs. John MacColl,” “Cabar Feidh,” “Major David Manson”
3rd Ian Whitelaw, “Arthur Bignold of Lochrosque,” “Ewe with the Crooked Horn,” “Cabar Feidh”
Also playing but not in the prizes were Ken Sutherland, Doug MacRae, Iain McKee, Bill Peters, and Dan Linden.
Judges for all events were Iain Macey, Sandy Jones, and Greg Abbott.
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