Glenfiddich Championship Results, tunes added

The Glenfiddich Champion for 2017 is Jack Lee from British Columbia. He was placed first  in ceol mor and second in MSR to take the overall title. Runner-up overall was Roderick MacLeod with Angus MacColl in third. The annual competition was held as usual in the Great Hall at Blair Castle, Blair Atholl, Perthshire. Those unable to travel to the event were able to watch it on a livestream over the internet.

Piobaireachd placings:
1 Jack Lee, Lament for the Earl of Antrim
2 Angus MacColl, End of the Great Bridge
3 Iain Speirs, Scarce of Fishing
4 Glenn Brown, Lament for the Laird of Anapool
5 Callum Beaumont, Lament for MacLeod of Colbeck

MSR placings
1 Roderick MacLeod
2 Jack Lee
3 Alasdair Henderson
4 Craig Sutherland
5 Cameron Drummond

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Invited pipers were: Callum Beaumont, Glenn Brown, Cameron Drummond, Alasdair Henderson, Jack Lee, Angus MacColl, Ian K MacDonald, Roderick MacLeod, Iain Speirs and Craig Sutherland.

Ceol Mor Judges: I MacFadyen, R MacShannon, J Taylor
Ceol Beag Judges: I Duncan, W Morrison, R Worrall
MC: John Wilson

Points were awarded in each discipline and the piper with most declared champion. Pipers had to submit six piobaireachd and six marches strathspeys and reels of their own choice. The competition is organised by the Piping Centre and is sponsored by the William Grant Foundation.

Balvenie Medal for services to piping: Sandy Jones of Tennessee.

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5 thoughts on “Glenfiddich Championship Results, tunes added

  1. Is there a place that we can catch up on listening to the competitors ? I see Live Stream have only provided catch up of Glenn Brown’s Piob.

  2. Any chance of a review of the playing? Enjoyed your analysis of the 2014 Glenfiddich. Thanks!

  3. Just a note of where Sandy and Dorcas Jones live now; they live in Tennessee rather than South Carolina

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