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- The Pipe Major is the "boss" of the pipe band, but is not as visible as the Drum Major.
- The Pipe Major is the “boss” of the pipe band.
- The Pipe Major is the director of bagpipe music in a Scottish or Irish pipe band or pipes and drums.
- The Pipe Major of a pipe band is usually assisted by a Pipe Sergeant.
- The Pipe Major stands in the ranks with the other pipers, occupying the position on the right-hand side of the front rank.
- Pipe Major David Solheim is a founding member of our band and a retired Chicago Police officer.
- The Pipe Major will select repertoire, supervise rehearsals, and set the tempos for parades and competitions.
- Includes 2 reeds and a book, CD and cassette tape tutorial by Pipe Major R.T. Shepherd.
- Pipe Major WordNet Library Reference WordNet Note: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words.
- The band follows the direction of the pipe major and when on parade the band may be led by a drum major, who directs the band with a mace.
- A Pipe Major position is an appointment and not a military rank.
- Sergeants and ranks above wear red sashes over their right shoulder and the Pipe Major wears a sash over his left shoulder.
- To be qualified as a Pipe Major or Drum Major in a British Army pipes and drums, candidates must successfully pass a series of courses at the school.
- HPD was founded more than thirty years ago by the late Pipe Major Emeritus Ian Sturrock, the first piper in the state of Alabama.
- The Pipe Major is always a first class player, and his authority in the band is absolute.
- Pipe Major Ed McCarthy served the band as pipe major from 1986 - 1992.
- No other Pipe Major has done what Bruce has musically for the band.
- In the Juvenile category, band members must be under the age of eighteen, with the exception of the Pipe Major.
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