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Duncan MacRae of Kintail's Lament
Duncan MacRae of Kintail's Lament, an introduction to the idiom of piobaireachd.
Bill I have played on my own for a couple of years now. My question is how is one able to learn the beat?; I find when I am concentrating on the notes
The Battle Of Beallach Nam Brog
The Battle Of Beallach Nam Brog, A Piobaireachd story documented by Ron MacLeod
Hello, My name is Lorenzo,I come from Italy. I am 54 and I have been playing for five years bagpipes. I'm trying to play the piob The MacGregor's Salute
Sir, new to bagpipe here and now im participating in a competirion sir(MSR). My question is , is it possible to mix up any tunes or have an order to
The Hen's March
The Hen's March, a jig composed by Pipe Major Donald MacLeod.
Easiest beginning pibrochs.
Hi Bill, I wanted to know which pibrochs are the easiest to learn as an intermediate piper? I have read many of your articles and ideas and appreciate
Hi Bill, I have a set of MacDOUGAL pipes 1997 they have the larger drone bores which makes the drones very loud for me soft chanter reed.Is there any
Pipe Major Willie Gray's Farewell to the Glasgow Police
A bagpipe lesson for the march Pipe Major Willie Gray's Farewell to the Glasgow Police
Very wet blowing on bagpipes
Hello, I am fairly new to bagpipe playing and find that I am a very wet blower. When my lips and blowpipe get wet I lose the seal on the blowpipe and
Dagshai Hills, Retreat Air composed J Wallace taught by PM Bill Robertson
chanter reed very hard to get sound.
can moistening the chanter reed make it not so darn difficult to get sound from it?
Where would I find the tuning exercises for the lips to use when starting with the blowpipe thanks heather
A bagpipe lesson for Inter-continental Gathering. A march composed by George MacIlwham
Marie Ban Og
A Bagpipe Lesson for Marie Ban Og. A slow air arranged and taught by Pipe Major Bill Robertson/
The MacNeill's of Ugadale
The MacNeill's of Ugadale a bagpipe lesson taught by Pipe Major Bill Robertson
MacLean's March, a piobaireached story documented by Ron MacLeod
MacKays Banner, a piobaireachd story collected and noted by Ron MacLeod, MBE.
Call off before playing
Hi, I'm a student in high school and my band teacher and I trying to form a pipe band considering we are the fighting scots. We have already played at
How to prevent the dreaded Flat or double-toning F?
Hi Bill, first of all many thanks for a really helpful, informative website. My pipes are set up so they come into tune after a 5 min warm up and sound
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