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PIOBAIREACHD ON GREAT HIGHLAND BAGPIPE – CLASP COMPETITION
PS = Piobaireachd Society Collection K = Kilberry Book of Ceol Mor
(*) “Farewell to the Queen’s Ferry” was published first in the Piobaireachd Society’s Twentieth Century Collection and is also included in the Complete Compositions of Ceol Mor by Captain John A MacLellan MBE published in 2016 by Colin MacLellan.
(*) “Salute to James Campbell” was published first in the Piobaireachd Society’s Twentieth Century Collection and later in A G Kenneth’s own first Piobaireachd Book. As originally composed it contained a dithis variation but in the latter publication this was omitted, and can therefore be considered as optional.
Altogether different tunes known by the same or similar names will not be accepted as alternatives.
Scores for tunes marked (*) are available on the PS Website at www.piobaireachd.co.uk
PIOBAIREACHD ON GREAT HIGHLAND BAGPIPE – GOLD MEDAL COMPETITION
First prizewinners in this Event at any former Gathering of the Northern Meeting excluded. Entry restricted to those already notified of their eligibility to compete. The competitions will be held under the Rules of the Piobaireachd Society.
Competitors will submit FOUR tunes from the tunes below, ONE of which they will be required to play.
(@) The settings referred to here are from the 2016 revised edition of PS 10, in which the scores for these tunes from the original PS 10 have been replaced. The score for “War or Peace” is derived from the Gesto Canntaireachd and that for “The MacLeans’ March” from the MacArthur-MacGregor manuscript. Copies of these scores are available on the Piobaireachd Society website War or Peace (Gesto score from book 10), MacLean’s March MacArthur-MacGregor score from book 10)
PIOBAIREACHD ON GREAT HIGHLAND BAGPIPE – SILVER MEDAL COMPETITION
Entry restricted to those already notified of their eligibility to compete.
Competitors will submit FOUR tunes from the tunes below, ONE of which they will be required to pla
Competitors will submit Four tunes, one of which they will be required to play.
For the purposes of the Silver Medal competitions, tunes marked (#) require crunluaths a mach
Competitors are not restricted to settings in the Piobaireachd Society Collection and Kilberry Book. Those who wish to play alternative settings should submit legible scores, indicating the origins of the settings, to competition organisers along with their tune selections.
MARCH STRATHSPEY, AND REEL
Open to FW MSR and A MSR Competitors.
2. B Grade Hornpipe & Jig.
Open to B MSR Competitors graded B.
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