"A must-read for all piping aficionados and those with a taste for the sacred cow." The Voice "This is a book that every piping enthusiast should read." Celtic Heritage "Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping's contribution to the region's cultural history is priceless." Atlantic Books Today "By studying and reinterpreting the historical relationship between traditional Scottish and New World preliterate piping Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping, 1745-1945 vastly enriches our knowledge of both of them. A monumental contribution to Scottish and Canadian cultural studies." Robin Lorimer, musicologist
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About the Author
John G. Gibson is a Scots-born writer-historian living in Judique, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
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