New Footage Added to PP Video Archive etc.

We complete our feature on the life and times of the late P/M Alasdair Gillies with footage from his funeral held in Ullapool in 2011.

Alasdair was laid to rest with many of the world’s top pipers in attendance and one, P/M Niall Matheson, played the Queen’s Own Highlander’s regimental piobaireachd  ‘Cabar Feidh gu Brath’ at the graveside.

Read the earlier features on Alasdair’s life and times here.

Listen to his fine playing here.

The PP Video Archive is a free facility courtesy of Piping Press and made possible by your support for the Piping Press Shop and our advertisers.

Those with Bagpipe Tutor 1 can access the relevant videos here.


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Still in the north-west, owner Gary Nimmo has announced the appointment of Gregor Coupar as a company director.


Great shot of Boghall & Bathgate playing at the iconic Grangemouth landmark ‘The Kelpies’ during recording for the BBC’s Hogmanay Show:

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