Book Launch: I Piped, That She Might Dance

The National Piping Centre

Book Launch: I Piped, That She Might Dance

The National Piping Centre

I Piped, That She Might Dance, by Iain MacDonald, tells the story of Angus MacKay, one of Scotland’s greatest musicians and the first piper to the sovereign.

Date and time

2021-08-09 12:00:00

Venue

The National Piping Centre

Tickets

Free to watch


This virtual book launch will feature the author in conversation with Hugh Cheape, and feature the world premiere of MacDonald’s “Salute to Angus MacKay of Raasay.”

I Piped, That She Might Dance will be published by Blackwater Press in August 2021 and copies will be available at the National Piping Centre shop. You can pre-order your copy over at The Bagpipe Shop here.

Watch this event online at The National Piping Centre's vimeo channel, or over at the Piping Live! facebook page. The links will appear here shortly before broadcast.

The Venue


The National Piping Centre

The centre serves as a national and international centre of excellence for the great Highland Bagpipe and its music.

The Street Cafe is just outside on McPhater Street, so join us there. 

Date and time

2021-08-09 12:00:00

Venue

The National Piping Centre

Tickets

Free to watch


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Book Launch: I Piped, That She Might Dance

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