If you live in Dunedin, this isn't just any band.....it's the ONLY band! But don't worry - the editing is now COMPLETE! Stay tuned for some band shots, miscellaneous shots, and final awards.
City of Dunedin Pipe Band added 4 new photos.
Congratulations to our Grade 4 for First Place, winning with straight ones and led by Pipe Major Jason Marchand.
Drum Corps also took a First Place under the leadership of Drum Sergeant Ronald Kiah.
Well done all!
Photo credit: FotoJENic Journeys ... See MoreSee Less
Our first competitive run of the new 2018 Viscount medley. Plenty of work left to do, but we're quite happy with the way these selections have really come together over the last several months. Thanks Susan Packard Elftman for the video! ... See MoreSee Less
City of Dunedin Pipe Band's Grade 2 medley at the 2018 Dunedin (FL) Highland Games led by PM Iain Donaldson and DS Eric MacNeill.
And in the “it was a real squeaker” news,
Grade 2 came in 2nd overall by the MSR ensemble preference tiebreaker rule in the two contest competition.
1st City of Dunedin (2,2,1,1) (ens.pref)
2nd St. Thomas Alumni (1,1,2,2)
1st St. Thomas Alumni (1,2,1,2) (ens.pref.)
2nd City of Dunedin (2,1,2,1)
Proud of our Grade 2! ... See MoreSee Less
CONGRATULATIONS to our Grade 4!
Champions one and all
and First place in drumming ! ... See MoreSee Less
City of Dunedin Pipe Band is attending an event at Dunedin Highland Games & Festival.
She holds each band’s fate in her hands.
For novices: in Grade 2 MSR competitions, each band selects a ball unseen, numbered 1 or 2. The band then has to play the corresponding March Strathspey Reel. Meaning they need have to each selection rehearsed to perfection; they never know which one they are playing until they are at the line. ... See MoreSee Less
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