Pipers' Handbook


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Our Price: £6.95    Change Currency
Media: Book
Arrangement: Bagpipe (BAGP)
Catalogue #: PAT30016
ISBN: 9780853604570

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John MacLellan (1921-1991) was a British Army Piper whose playing, teaching, and leadership were revered by those who knew him. He was the youngest ever Pipe Major in the British Army, the first Director of Army Bagpipe Music, and won countless piping competitions. In The Piper’s Handbook, he provides a complete guide to all non-musical aspects of the Highland Bagpipes, including its components, maintenance, reeds, set-up, competitions, and much, much more. An essential resource for any Bagpipe player, this book contains rare advice that will be treasured by all who receive it.



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Format: Instrumental Reference
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Language: English
Publisher: Paterson Ltd.
Author: Captain John A. MacLellan

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