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Old 06-12-2019, 07:34 PM   #1
Joseph Diodato
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Default History of Pipers' Societies and Drone Clubs

I'm wondering if anyone could reccomend any sources (preferably online) that might shed some light on the history of pipers' societies. Are there any such groups considered to be the 'original' pipers' societies or drone clubs? I was recently thumbing through Cannon's The Highland Bagpipe and its Music, with little luck. Thanks in advance!
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