Mum’s the word

Published: June 30, 2011

Bram van Melle of Auckland reviews the Bagpipe Mute, a device designed to muffle the chanter of a Highland bagpipe

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May 28, 1958Borreraig gifted by General I.S. Martin to College of Piping, Glasgow, for fee of 1 penny per annum.
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