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Meet the teen bagpiper bucking stereotypes with her epic talent

| 1 NEWS NOW | TVNZ Tim Wilson Seven Sharp Reporter Anna Smart says her instrument is a polarising one: "Some people say it sounds like dying cats". Source: Seven Sharp no more content back ONE News, 1 day ago

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Guy beats cancer and plays bagpipes to celebrate

 USA Today6 days ago

Harmony in diversity at City Walk, Dubai

Gongs, banjos and castanets were played; horns, trumpets, flutes and bagpipes were blown; guitars, violins, mandolins and ukekeles were strummed, drums boomed and the performers came in colourful costumes while the audience were busy capturing every ...
 Khaleej Times1 week ago
Irish Independent

Where faithful came with skirling bagpipes and guns

Bengaluru: One of the oldest churches in the city, the St Andrew's Church, will be celebrating its 152nd anniversary on November 27. As you pass through a busy Cubbon Road, opposite Manekshaw Parade Grounds, stands a brick red-coloured building ...
 UCAN India1 week ago 21 Andrews descend on St Andrews to celebrate saint's day  Brief week ago Who was St Andrew? From apostle to Scotland's saint  The Week UK1 week ago Andrews celebrate St Andrew's Day with ceilidh in St Andrews  Irish Independent1 week ago
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Black Watch discusses Scottish knife with Montreal Police

The Black Watch has met with Montreal police to discuss the bagpiper who was fined for carrying a ceremonial knife. At the beginning of November Montreal police seized a sgian-dubh from Jeff McCarthy and fined him $220 for carrying a concealed ...
 CTV News3 weeks ago Montreal bagpiper fined for carrying traditional Scottish knife in his sock  CBC1 month ago Politicians not impressed with bagpiper getting ticket  CTV News1 month ago Police seize ceremonial knife from Montreal bagpiper  CTV News1 month ago
Washington Post

It's going to be Trump's world, and not everybody likes it

A bagpipe player wears traditional dress as now-President-elect Donald Trump visited the Trump Turnberry Resort on June 24, in Ayr, Scotland. (Jeff J Mitchell/) LONDON — If Tuesday's election had played out anywhere outside the United States, ...
 Washington Post3 weeks ago Parallels run strong with shocking Trump U.S. victory and Brexit  USA Today4 weeks ago Trump promised Brexit 'times five.' He delivered.  Washington Post4 weeks ago What Donald Trump's Separating From His Businesses Might Entail  ABC News6 days ago
Military Times

Nevada's only military bagpiper passes pipes to his daughter

RENO, Nev. — During Operation Desert Storm, Sgt. 1st Class Michael Connell practiced his bagpipes outside every day. He practiced at a Kuwaiti military base, while wearing his kilt, sporran, dress shoes and other traditional Highland dress. He ...
 Military Times2 weeks ago Of bagpipes and whisky  MSN Philippines1 month ago Arts & Leisure: Of bagpipes and whisky  Business World1 month ago

Gasping for air on a route steeped in history

Darjeeling - The plaintive wail of bagpipes fills the air. The familiar sound and the mist on the surrounding hills reminds me of my Scottish roots, but huddled among 35 other runners on the main street of Maneybhanjang Im along way from home. Were ...
 IOL2 weeks ago 18/11/2016: TIMES: THIN AIR  Cape Times E-dition2 weeks ago

Armistice Day: About 2,000 poppies to fall from Witney church roof

St Mary's Church in Witney will commemorate Armistice Day by showering a bagpiper in 2,000 poppies at a charity concert. Richard Jasper will perform songs associated with World War One, and at the end of the concert poppies will fall from the ...
 BBC3 weeks ago

Thirty thousand kilt wearing lunatics

After all the kilts and bagpipes haven't been sighted at an international football tournament since the 1998 World Cup in France. That's 18 years marked by futility, frustration and failure. It's a period where their rugby team has fared little ...
 Herald Sun3 weeks ago
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