Piper
  • PP03

    Ceremony Music / Piper / Piper


    Scottish piper and entertainer Harry started playing and entertaining at the age of eight, accompanying his father who played the button key accordion. His first instrument was the mandolin, followed quickly by guitar, penny whistle and harmonica. Even his vocal talents were in popular demand at parties and family gatherings. Harry's solo debut in public was in the Salutation Hotel in Perth…
  • PP01

    Ceremony Music / Piper / Piper


    Dedicated Scottish Piper A Pipe Major of world renown, Dixie is constantly in demand in the UK and overseas. Whether you're in need of master performer for an official, corporate or government gathering or a personal piper for holiday festivities, weddings or funerals, Dixie's well-crafted blend of popular and traditional music with his dynamic entertainment style are sure to bring acclaim to your…
  • PP02

    Ceremony Music / Piper / Piper


    Well travelled Piper Tony was a Pipe Major in the Gordon Highlanders and served in HM Forces for a total of 26 years. During his service, he played at many royal functions and dinners, military parades, tournaments and tattoos, including Edinburgh Castle and Hollyrood House, worldwide band tours and European film premiers such as 'The Battle of Waterloo.…