Privacy

pipes|drums understands that privacy is an important issue for users of the World Wide Web. Because we respect the privacy of every individual who visits our website, the private nature of information provided to or collected on this site is appropriately maintained.

In general, you can visit pipes|drums on the Web without telling the company who you are or revealing specific information about yourself. pipes|drums does gather limited data about visitors to the site. There are two kinds of information that we collect: site visitor data and personal information voluntarily provided to us by visitors registering or subscribing to pipes|drums.

Visitor data

We analyze visitor data for trends and statistics (e.g., so we know which are the most and least visited pages on the site), and then we discard it. This information is used to improve the content and organization of this site based upon traffic patterns in visitor preference.

Personal information

pipes|drums will not collect any personally identifiable information about you (that is, your name, address, telephone number, or e-mail address) unless you provide it to us voluntarily. If you choose to provide personal information via the site, this is the only way we will use this information.

pipes|drums does not sell its online information to any third party.

This site contains links to other websites. pipes|drums is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites. Please review our Disclaimer.

Opinions posted by registered visitors to the site are not the opinions of pipes|drums or GHB Communications. Registered users have agreed to our Comments Policy.

pipes|drums is committed to safeguarding your privacy on this website.

This privacy statement is applicable to pipesdrums.wpengine.com.

GET THE MOBILE APP!
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
TOP STORIES
Articles from the last three months with the highest overall ratings by readers.
  1. The 1987 Iain McLeod p|d Interview
  2. Georgetown at 75 an inspiring success story
  3. Echoes of a Master
MOST RECENT POST
  • What judges want
    Tue, 18 Apr 2017
    Sitting adjudicating an amateur solo piping competition the other day, I got to thinking again about the competitors, so many of them so anxious and apprehensive. Playing before a judge who’s going to judge your music is a weird t …
Read more »
UPCOMING EVENTS May 4, 2017Pittsburgh Piping Society featuring Michael GreyCafe Sam 5242 Baum Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

May 12, 2017The LivingstoneHamilton, Ontario

May 18, 2017Prairie Piping InvitationalRegina, SK

May 19, 2017Saskatchewan Highland Gathering and Celtic FestivalVictoria Park, downtown Regina

May 20, 2017British Pipe Band ChampionshipsPaisley, Scotland

TIP OF THE DAY
Before doing a substantial amount of playing (a band rehearsal or practice session), stretch your hands thoroughly – you’ll be able to play longer, more accurately and be less fatigued.
Sean Somers, Calgary