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She played a "piobaireachd," which is Gaelic for pipe music. She is now part of the Jefferson Pipe Band, and sported the Lindsay Modern tartan kilt, colored burgundy and green, representing her band.
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He was the youngest winner of the prestigious Clasp at Scotland's Northern Meetings and includes in his long list of achievements Three World Pipe Band Championships.
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The steward for the piobaireachd class was in a bit of a tizzy because they were eager to get the class going but none of the other competitors ahead of James and me on the list were there yet (first to enter means last to play).
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Included among the collection are The Argyllshire Gathering Open Competition for Piobaireachd, won by MacPherson in 1955, 1956, 1962, and the Argyllshire Gathering Trophy, presented by John Graham Campbell of Shirvan, in Piobaireachd, which he ...

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