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Venerable pipe major Terry Lee retired Saturday from his position at the helm of the Simon Fraser University Pipe Band, a post he had held for a remarkable 36 years. Lee started the band with his brother Pipe Sergeant Jack Lee. Under his direction,
He has been to Scotland more than 100 times, and competed in countless bagpipe competitions, but Jack Lee, 55, pipe sergeant with Simon Fraser University's bagpipe band, never tires of packing his bags for the old country. Through the decades, he has
B.C.'s ace bagpipers haven't even had time to catch their breath. After placing in the Top 5 at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow on the weekend, the province's pipers are again sweeping up in Scotland. Three B.C. pipers including two from
The Simon Fraser University Pipe Band blew their way to the top five at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow, Scotland on Sunday. Competing against 23 international bands amid a summer storm that included 45 km/h winds, the band earned its
A set of bagpipes belonging to a member of the Simon Fraser University pipe band was stolen from the school's campus last week. The award-winning band is hoping that reaching out to the public will bring the instrument back to its rightful owner.
The Simon Fraser University Pipe Band has placed third at the World Pipe Band Championships in Scotland. The junior bands also placed well at the event held in Glasgow, with the Grade 3 Robert Malcolm Memorial band taking first place in the Gr. A
A band of pipers and drummers based in Burnaby will be among four elite Canadian pipe bands to compete in the World Pipe Band Championships on Aug. 13 in Glasgow. But competing and excelling in bagpipe-drumming championships is nothing new to the