Muirhead, Canning, Wilson take Killin firsts

Published: August 7, 2013
(Page 1 of 1)

Killin, Scotland – August 7, 2013 – Eleven competed in mixed conditions at the Killin Games, where Greig Canning, Craig Muirhead and Matt Wilson soaked up the firsts.

1st Greig Canning
2nd Bill Geddes
3rd Cameron Drummond
4th Gordon McCready
Judges: Tom Speirs, Ronnie Clarke, Roddy Livingstone

1st Craig Muirhead
2nd Cameron Drummond
3rd Steven Waterston
4th Greig Canning
Judges: Tom Speirs, Ronnie Clarke, Roddy Livingstone

Strathspey & Reel
1st Craig Muirhead
2nd Gordon McCready
3rd Cameron Drummond
4th Greig Canning
Judges: Tom Speirs, Ronnie Clarke, Roddy Livingstone

1st Matt Wilson
2nd Gordon McCready
3rd Roddy Weir
4th Cameron Drummond
Judges: Andrew Frater, Ian MacLellan

VN:R_U [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0.0/5
VN:R_U [1.9.22_1171]
Rating: 0

The new pipes|drums app offers the same publication with a streamlined experience. Get the latest news optimized for your smartphone.
Download on the App Store

Get it on Google Play
September 21, 195016 year-old John D. Burgess completes “The Double” by winning Inverness Gold Medal playing “Castle Menzies”.
  • River crossing
    Tue, 12 Sep 2017
    Mine would be 40 years ago, my first solo piping competition. It was 1977, about 18 months since I’d laid hands on a practice chanter. I’d been “on the pipes” – a set of imitation-ivory-mounted Hardies – for maybe six … Continue r …
Read more »
UPCOMING EVENTS October 6, 2017Ian K. MacDonald and Andrew Lee in Concert in Scotia, New YorkFirst Reformed Church of Scotia

October 7, 2017The 35th Nicol-Brown Amateur Invitational Solo Piping ContestFirst Reformed Church of Scotia in Scotia, New York

October 7, 2017Captain John Maclellan MBE Piping ChampionshipArmy School of Piping and Highland Drumming, Edinburgh

October 8, 2017Master Class with Ian K. MacDonald and Ben McClamrock in Albany, New YorkCeltic Hall, Albany, New York

October 8, 2017Bloomington Pipers’ Society October GatheringSt Thomas Lutheran Church, Bloomington, IN

Often the strong accent is more suited to the third beat in strathspeys, not the first. Do not fixate on the medium and weak accents. If your strong one is dominant and in the right place the others will fall musically in the proper place with the correct level of accent.
Colin MacLellan, Edinburgh