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UPCOMING EVENTS December 5, 2015Victoria Square DayChristchurch University of Canterbury

December 5, 2015Scottish Pipers’ Association Knockout ContestCollege of Piping Otago St Glasgow

December 6, 2015South Canterbury Centre ContestSouth Canterbury, NZ

December 12, 2015Highland Square DayPalmerston North

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Piping teachers: For a young piper’s pipes 1. tie the drones 3 or 4 inches apart. 2. Get the smallest mouthpiece you can or get the blowstick cut shorter. 3. Insist on a small bag – this will get the student learning how to blow the bagpipe correctly from the start.
Sandy Keith, Dunedin, Florida