There is an extensive history archive on Piping Press. Here is a selection. Use the search facility to source others.

1844 Prize Pipe Competition

1891 and Why the Bagpipe Grew in Popularity in the Victorian Era

Argyllshire Gathering – How it All Began

Breadalbane’s Pipers

Choice Tune: GS’s 2/4 Masterpiece ‘Inveran’

Choice Tune: South Hall by John McLellan DCM, Dunoon

Duncan Campbell of Foss

Famous Pipers – P/M Donald Maclean of Lewis

Famous Pipers: Donald MacPherson BEM 

Famous Pipers – P/M Peter Bain

Famous Pipers: P/M Donald Maclean and family

Famous Pipers – P/M Ian McLellan BEM, Strathclyde Police

Famous Pipers – P/M Willie Lawrie, Ballachulish

Famous Pipers – Duncan Johnstone

Famous Pipers: Angus MacKay, Life and Times of a True Piping Genius

Famous Pipers: Archibald Campbell, Kilberry, 1877-1963

Famous Pipers: John D. Burgess 1934 – 2005

Famous Pipers: John MacDonald, Inverness, 1865-1953

Famous Pipers: Lt Col DJS Murray, A Major Figure in Solo Piping

Famous Pipers: Master Composer John McLellan, Dunoon

Famous Pipers: P/M Alasdair Gillies, Part 1

Highland Society of London: Its History and Significant Contribution to Piping

Highland Society of London’s MacGregor Memorial Piobaireachd Competition

History of Army Piping and Regimental Pipe Bands – Part 1

History of the Pipe Band from 1880 to 1939

History: Origins of the Modern Day Pipe Band

History: Perthshire’s MacIntyre Pipers and a MacCrimmon Connection

History: Pipers, Piping & Pipe Music, Seaforth Highlanders 1778 -1924

History: Revisiting the Northern Meeting 1972

History: Queen’s Own Highlanders 

History: Social Attitudes to Piping in 1891

History: The Pipe Band of the London Scottish Regiment Part 1

History: The Scottish Pipers’ Association Junior Competition of 45 Years Ago

History: Thow Bagpipers of Dundee

History: Walter Drysdale, Lord Alexander Kennedy and James Honeyman

James Campbell As I Knew Him – Part 1

James Campbell Letters- Part 1

Last Happy Day – the Great Highland Bagpipe in JFK’s Camelot

Logan’s – A History of One of Piping’s Foremost Music Publishers

Manuscript of John MacDougall Gillies and a Letter to Archibald Campbell, Kilberry

P/M Alex M. MacIver 1918 – 1989: Teacher, Composer, Drama Producer

P/M John MacKenzie As I Knew Him

P/M Meldrum Looks Back

Paterson’s Publications – A History of the Company

Piobaireachd Controversy – A Response Duncan Watson

P/M William MacLean and the Gesto Canntaireachd

Pipe Tunes of WW1

Piping Competition and Other Events from late 18th Century Edinburgh

Piping in the 1930s – Part 1

Scottish Piping Society of London – A History