Harry McNulty: the pipes|drums Interview – Part 3

Published: March 31, 2011

We continue our exclusive pipes|drums Interview with Harry McNulty, one of the often underestimated giants in pipe band history. In Part 3 McNulty discusses, among many other things, his involvement with the Sinclair chanter, experiences as an RSPBA adjudicator, thoughts on luminaries like Bob Shepherd, Tom McAllister and Terry Tully and much, much more.

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