Iain MacFadyen - bagpipe

Hailing from a famous family of pipers from the Isle of Mull, Iain took up the pipes at an early age, going on to become one of the most successful competitors of all time. In 1973 Iain became piping instructor for Skye and Lochalsh, retiring in 2001 after having influenced the upsurge in piping standards both locally and nationally through his work as examiner and advisor to the SQA. Iain was made a Fellow of the Educational Institute of Scotland for his outstanding contribution to Scottish education, inducted into the Traditional Music Hall of Fame in 2007 and awarded the Balvenie medal for services to piping in 2008.
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