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Emigrated to Canada in Significantly involved in the creation of the Pipers' Society's first ever judge examinations. Connolly, Jamie. Cousin, Lorne. June 28, - Scottish, grew up in Campbeltown, resided in Edinburgh, moved to Los Angeles in Started piping at age 6, taught by the late PM Tony Wilson. Member of the Kintyre District PB, Toured with rock star Madonna in Cowell, Leslie.
The company is named after the the two sons of the proprietor. Cowie, John. Scottish, of Bellshill. Regimental Pipe Major. According to his great, great grandson, Cowie was a composer and played on several occasions for the King and Queen when they were in Scotland. Was a PM by , based on a photograph from that time. Coyne, Seumas. Started playing bagpipes at the age of 3, and turned professional by age He was taught by his father, James J.
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Coyne Memorial. Founder of Coyne Celtic Imports, a now-closed retailer of Scottish highland supplies. Teaches through the James J. Crabtree, Robert. Ontario, Canada. Director of the Ontario School of Piping.
Craig, Colin. Composed a variety of tunes including two well-known hornpipes, "Jimmy Blue" and "Outward Bound". Crichton, John Jack D. Crisler, Peter. Founded Peter's Pipes in Pipemaker, first known for his replacement tongues for Shepherd synthetic drone reeds. Cusack, Michael. First American to win many of the top solo competitions in Scotland.
Also won Gold Medal at Inverness in fourth time in Thomas Episcopal School Bagpipe Band. Cushing, Mark. Bagpipe maker. Founder of Cushing Bagpipe Company. Daniels, Tommy. Taught generations of school kids in the Edinburgh area during the s to s, including at Stewart's Melville College. Jack Abbot played at his funeral.
Davidson, Derek G. Grade I piper. Intructed by John Crawley and Noel Slagle. Both of these bands started as parade bands, then went up to achieve championship status in Grade II. Instructs the Graham Highlanders of St. Piping since the late s. One of the foremost and active pipers in Holland.
Member of the band Hailander. Organizes events such as, co-organizer of Dutch Bagpipeday and plays at various international events in Europe promoting traditional Dutch pipe music. Deger, Manfred. Inventor of the "DegerPipes," electronic practice chanter. Detjen, James "Jim". Open Grade Piper. Began piping at age 9. Army where he was in the Airborne Infantry, and eventually received an appointment to The White House. Philanthropist and owner of global advertising firm. Founder and Chair of the enigmatic proposed Bagpipe World Cup.
Dickie, Neil. Currently with Alberta Caledonia until he runs out of music. Writer of articles on piping and pipe bands, a sometimes teacher of music, and writer of music for bagpipes and other wooden instruments. Other passions - football soccer , fine food and huskies.
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Donaldson, Brian. Formerly a PM in the Scots Guards.
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Involved with Invernan Bagpipe Makers. Vice-president of the CPA at one time. Donaldson, William Dr. Piobaireachd researcher. Lecturer in history with Scotland's Open University. Studied under Bob Nicol. Downie, Craig. Founded the celtic rock band Enter the Haggis in Also plays harmonica and whistle. Emmigrated to Ontario with his parents at 7 years old. Drysdale, Walter. In , won the March compeititon at the Argyllshire Gathering. Senior judge. Duddy, Neil A. July 4, -??
Scottish, born in Clydebank, Scotland to Irish parents. Emigrated to the USA in Known primarily for his recordings. Unfortunately, these recordings are marred by poor tuning, occasional fingering errors and otherwise poor playing. It is believe that despite the title of one album, Duddy was never part of any group connected to guarding royalty. Dunbar, Jack. July 29, - April 13, Scottish-Canadian. Started a basement piping repair business while working for General Motors in Ontario and thus in the s became the first pipemaker to set up a full-time shop in North America.
One of the first to make a full set of pipes of a synthetic. Collaborated with Ken Eller in the s to establish Dunbar-Eller making a chanter designed for pipe bands.
Eller left in , while Dunbar continued on. Duncan, George R. Achieved many awards and much recognition. Duncan, Gordon. Known for his innovative playing. Younger brother of Ian George Duncan.
Duncan, Ian George. Bagpipe teacher for Dundee city schools. Older brother of Gordon Duncan. Dunn, Alastair. Won the piobaireachd at the Metro Cup Works for St.
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Kilda Bagpipes in Glasgow. Dunn, Margaret Houlihan.
September - Irish, from County Cork, resides in Glasgow. Began piping at 8 years old with instruction from her father Con Houlihan. At 10, taught by Stephen Power.