Tag: Fin Moore

Iain MacInnes teaching both by ear and with the aid of sheet music at 2014 Càirdeas (aka Vermont Bellowspipe School)

Theory Top-Up: learning tunes by ear

By TIM CUMMINGS. Piping Today #93/94, 2018/19 Part 1 Since starting piano lessons at the age of six (now 38 years ago), I have enjoyed and been challenged by a decades-long stretch of both learning and teaching music in one-on-one, small-group workshop and classroom settings.  Most of this music has […]

Piping Live! LBPS present… inB

Piping Live! LBPS present… inB

This year’s Lowland & Border Pipers’ Society concert at Piping Live! features the new bellows piping ensemble, inB. The quartet comprises Fin Moore, Brighde Chaimbeul, Tiarnàn O’Duinnchinn and Louise Mulcahy. The sound of the four sets of pipes and drones playing in harmony creates a rich and deep musical landscape […]

The LBPS … looking good at 40

The LBPS … looking good at 40

Bagpipe.news and all at The National Piping Centre would like to extend a hearty ‘congratulations’ to the Lowland & Border Pipers’ Society (LBPS) on reaching 40 years. It was on this day in 1983 that group of Lowland bellows pipers that had been meeting occasionally at the College of Piping […]

Lowland & Border Pipers’ Society visit Perth for showcase concert

Lowland & Border Pipers’ Society visit Perth for showcase concert

The Lowland & Border Pipers’ Society (LBPS) will hold its annual conference in Perth next month. Members and non-members are welcome. It will be the first time the 40-year-old piping organisation has held such an event outwith the central belt or the Scottish Borders. The date of the event is […]

Fundraiser for pipes in the key of C

Fundraiser for pipes in the key of C

Pipe makers, Hamish and Fin Moore, have launched a fundraising page on Indiegogo to make an album featuring some of the finest Scottish smallpipers playing Moore pipes in the key of C. There are 59 days left on the project, but it has already achieved the flexible goal of £10,000 […]