Bruce Campbell - While The Billy Boiled

Bruce Campbell - While The Billy Boiled

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An eighth piping text book of collected articles on Australian Piping from author and piper Bruce Campbell.

In April 1986 Dunroon Publishing released the very first issue of The Australian Pipe Band World in which these articles first appeared.

The completion of this book realises an earnest desire by Bruce Campbell to document into an archival form some of Australia's piping history.

Includes contributions from Reg Foreman, John Ferguson and Charlie McInnes.

Contents: Introduction * While The Billy Boils * The Australian Ladies Pipe Band * A Victim of Piping Politics, Farquhar Finlayson * From Ayr To Sydney: And Back To Skye * City Of Hawthorn Pipe Band: The Gamble Is Paying Off * Bill Durham: A Softly Spoken Fifer * Mark MacKenzie: A Major Solo Investment * Australia’s Forgotten Piobaireachd Style * Queensland: A Look At Piping In The Sunshine State * The RU Brown Piobaireachd Society Gold Medal * Hawkesbury Nepean Valley: Trying To Avoid Burnout * Shoalhaven City: Unique Solutions On The Coast * Reg Foreman: A Canberra Piper Looks Back * Kevin Metcalfe: A Forgotten Australian Champion * Ralph Ballard: Hawthorn City Memories * While The Billy Boils: Alasdair And Lachlan * Found In The Attic: Jimmy Ackerley’s Gold Medal * Shannon Martin: Raising The Hunter Valley Profile * Maclean: Lost Link To The Bruces Of Glenelg * Canberra Burns Club: The Kelty Connection * John Ferguson: An Aussie Pipe Major In Timor * Robert Pearce: Four Decades At The Forefront * Hornsby RSL: Building For The Future * Dennis Browning: The CELTIC WORLD Interview * Tony Field: Wiggling His Way To The Top * Alastair MacSween: Australia's Piping Genius * A Forgotten Australian Champion: Murdo Kenneth MacKenzie.

"It is hoped that this well of tradition helps to honour the names of those who went before and might even encouragement Australian pipers to glory in their own history, of those whose fame grew on Australia’s soil - all while the billy boiled." Bruce Campbell.


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