Edinburgh Festival 2004.
Our Member, John Bottomley, has struck gold again! This is an incredibly thoughtful 3-part series of broadcasts on Elizabeth Ross and her manuscripts, hosted by Peter Cooke. Elizabeth lived at Raasay House while John MacKay[…]
Was sent this from our Member, John Bottomley. Enjoy a good solid half-hour of George Moss’ insights, and John Burgess’ piping! “Melodies flow. The song can be heard. Stale tunes become fresh again. Most important[…]
I ran across a very interesting report on a letter from Dr. McLeod to John Mackenzie dated 30 October 1781, where the question of the Prize Pipe to be awarded in the first competition was[…]
One of the more unexpectedly controversial claims in the APC Guide to Pibroch that seems to stirred up the blood of folks who are not in the United States is the assertion that pibroch is[…]
The response has been overwhelming! Many of you (a lot, actually) have downloaded either the iBook or the EPUB versions. That’s very exciting! (And if you have any trouble or difficulty with either link, just[…]
There has been some discussion since the publication of The APC Guide to Pibroch, much of it centering around the question of how to classify piobaireachd. The contention in the book is that piobaireachd[…]