Links

Argyllshire Gathering
Atlantic Canada PBA
Austrian Piping Society
Ayrshire Bagpipe Company
Bagpipe Tutor Books
Bagpipeworld – Japan
Bannatyne Bags
BC Pipers’ Association
Burley Bagpipe Co.
College of Piping PEI
Crunluath – BBC Gaelic Piping
David Naill Bagpipes
EUSPBA
Florida Pipe & Drum Academy
G1 Reeds
McCallum Bagpipes
Murray Reeds
New England P&D Academy
Northern Meeting
Northern Winter School
NZ Piobaireachd Society
PDQB
Piobaireachd Society
Pipers Persuasion
Piping Hour – Radio Show
Piping Press Shop
PPBSO
Radio Scotland ‘Pipeline’
RG Hardie & Co
RSPBA
Scottish Pipers’ Association
Shasta Piping Society
Shepherd Bagpipes
The 214 BB Ex-Members
Wallace Bagpipes
Whistlebinkies
WUSPBA

15 thoughts on “Links

  1. Hello Rab

    I musy say that I’m astonished to still receive your newsletter but not to be allowed to post comments
    In fact when I post a comment about an article, I receive an error message asking me to precise my profile, that done, my comments don’t appear on the site, I’ve sent many claims wirthout any result
    I ask you have a glance on that problem

    Thank you
    next read of you

    Jean Michel

    1. We haven’t received anything Jean Michel and you are free to comment as you have just done. Will look out for any issues however. RW

  2. Hello
    I’ve subscribed to your site and bought your Book 1 but I haven’t been able to find the music download page for Amazing Grace.
    Would you post a link to this please.
    Thank you

  3. Hello, I stumbled across your site and tutor videos on the RSPBA website, When I was a lad back in primary school/first year high school i used to play the chanter (was just about to move to the pipes) but stupidly quit (nearly 30 years ago). I have now bought and for the last two nights been practicing, What advice/info can you give me and can you recommend any clubs/groups local to Central Scotland I could go and learn/practice.

    Thnaks
    G

  4. Thank you for confirming our request to join the Piping Press.
    Regards Eleanor on behalf of Girvan Solo Piping

  5. My husband Bruce Kinniburgh’s great grandfather was the Ronald MacKenzie known as The Piper an Odd, tutored by Alexander MacLennon and Lachie the Grieve. He is mentioned in the above list of winners of the Oban Gold Medal in 1874. He was piper to MacDonald of Dunach. Bruce’s grandsons, Damon and Nicholas Reynolds are is a pipe band at their school in Sydney, Knox Grammar. The band made a trip to the UK in 2016, attending the gathering at Inverness, where Ronald MacKenzie won the Prize Pipes in 1873 and the Gold Medal in 1875. Nicholas, who is Pipe Major of the Knox band will be going to the UK in 2019. Their grandfather Bruce was President of the NSW Pipe Band Association and a champion drummer. The Pipe Band tradition in our family is over 150 years old. Thought you may be interested.

  6. unable to subscribe to PP – get an e-mail from WordPress stating to confirm by clicking on link below. There is no link below. What’s up with that??

    1. Apologies George; the box is top left; have added your name and you should now receive a message each time there is a new post published. All the best. RW

    1. Sorry about that David; some subscriptions were lost in the transfer to the new platform. Can I ask you to go to the pipingpress.com home page and fill in the email notification box. Any problem please come back.

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