Campbell, Dirk

End Drone - Bagpipes of the East Mar 2014 in Chanter 2014 Spring

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

Dirk Campbell at Glyndebourne Mar 2011 in Chanter 2011 Spring

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

End Drone Sep 2010 in Chanter 2010 Autumn

‘I must be honest. I spent much of Leo Butler’s new play, specially commissioned by the RSC and set in 18th century Ireland, confused as to what was going on: not entirely the fault of the dramatist, or even my own density, but of a production by Ramin Gray so busy swathing the action in thunder and lightning, bagpipe and fiddle music that it smothers the actual language.’ – Michael Billington, reviewing I’ll Be The Devil, Tricycle Theatre, 28 February 2008

Read more »

Misconceptions in iconography Dec 2009 in Chanter 2009 Winter

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

polyethylene non return valve Iranian bagpipe Mar 2009 in Chanter 2009 Spring

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

Re. I can't believe it's not Irish Sep 2006 in Chanter 2006 Autumn

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

Bagpipes of Greece – recordings by Wolf Dietrich Mar 2006 in Chanter 2006 Spring

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

I can't believe it's not Irish Mar 2006 in Chanter 2006 Spring

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

Bewick carvings Dec 2005 in Chanter 2005 Winter

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text.

Read more »

The Great top A debate Dec 2003 in Chanter 2003 Winter

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

Pitch Pipes Jun 2001 in Chanter 2001 Summer

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

The Great top A debate Dec 2000 in Chanter 2000 Winter

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

Is Fusion Possible? Dec 1998 in Newsletter 1998 Winter

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text.

Read more »

Double trouble – making a touloumbra Dec 1993 in Chanter 1993 Winter

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text.

Read more »

Folk Tale – Jack my hedgehog (Grimm) Nov 1987 in Newsletter 1987 November

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

Folk Tales and Bagpipes Nov 1987 in Newsletter 1987 November

This edition is from our archives, so it is presented as scanned pages rather than text. You may need to scroll to find the article you’re looking for.

Read more »

We are settling into our new website, including making available articles from our thirty year history. If you spot something inaccurate, garbled or missing, or if you want to volunteer to help us improve our site, please mail info@bagpipesociety.

Website by Joe Wass, managed by Ian Clabburn.

Website content by Andy Letcher.

All articles copyright their respective authors.

Enquiries to info@bagpipesociety.org.uk

Membership enquiries to membership@bagpipesociety.org.uk