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In 2006, Fred Morrison Pipes was born, designing and launching Freds signature instrument, the Fred Morrison Reelpipes, have become more and more popular since 2006. They are now a popular choice among today's top players.

Patrons: Joss Ackland CBE, Michael Morpurgo ., Jenny Eclair, Sir Andrew Motion, Alistair McGowan, Show of Hands, Ian McMillan, Richard Digance & Tape Face

“…as close to perfect as it gets in an imperfect world…there is no Celtic group which can match the enigmatic Tannahill Weavers for pure excitement.” – R. Weir, Sing Out

By the 1970s you can hear the influence of Irish groups such as The Chieftains (. in Arthur Watson of the Aberdeenshire group The Gaugers) and Planxty (. George and Billy Jackson of Ossian, or Phil Cunningham of Silly Wizard). The influence of the bagpipe cannot be ignored in Scottish whistle styles, and some pipers have also played whistle in Scottish folk groups: Allan MacLeod (Alba, Tannahill Weavers), Iain MacDonald (Ossian) and Dougie Pincock (Battlefield Band), to name but three. Other notable Scottish whistle players include the late Tony Cuffe (Alba, Jock Tamson's Bairns, Ossian), Robin Williamson (Incredible String Band), Rory Campbell (Old Blind Dogs), Roy Williamson (The Corries) and the piper Gordon Duncan.


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