Published: April 30, 2002

Livingstone Gets Overall at Dan Reid

San Francisco – April 13, 2002 – The Dan Reid Memorial piping event was held for the 11th straight year in San Francisco. With a first and a third placing, Bill Livingstone, Whitby, Ontario, had the highest aggregate score, based on the MSR and Piobaireachd events.

Masters
Piobaireachd
1st Bill Livingstone, “Patrick Og MacCrimmon’s Lament”
2nd Roddy MacLeod
3rd Jack Lee

March, Strathspey & Reel
1st Jack Lee, “Highland Wedding,” “The Young MacGregor,” “Ewe w’ the Crookit Horn,” “Cabar Feidh,” “D/M John Seton,” “The Sheepwife”
2nd Roddy MacLeod
3rd Bill Livingstone

Jig/Hornpipe
1st Jack Lee, “Troy’s Wedding,” “The Londonderry Hornpipe”
2nd Willie McCallum
3rd Roddy MacLeod

Urlar
1st Willie McCallum, “Lament for the Children”
2nd Bill Livingstone
3rd Jack Lee

In the “Cameron/Gillies” events, Iain Speirs of Edinburgh for the second straight year won both the light music and piobaireachd events.

“Cameron/Gillies” (3 participated)
March, Strathpsey & Reel
1st Iain Speirs, “The Young MacGregor,” “Captain Duncan MacGregor,” “The Man from Glengarry”
2nd Andrew Hayes, Nepean, Ontario
3rd Paula Glendinning Ashton, Maryland

Piobaireachd
1st Iain Speirs, “Black Donald’s March”
2nd Andrew Hayes
3rd Paula Glendinning

Mike Cusack of Houston and Michael Rogers of Laurel, Maryland, played in the Masters events, but did not feature in the prizes.

All events were judged John McDougall, Archie Cairns and Ronald Lawrie.

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