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Tips on How to get started Bagpiper Band Learning?
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A prospective bagpipe student should purchase a practice chanter, a recorder-like instrument on which to learn the scale, embellishments and tunes. Most students should anticipate spending a year on practice chanter before advancing to a full set of bagpipes.
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Various instructional books are available. The College Of Piping Tutor, a.k.a. “The Green Book,” is a standard, but the band has developed a lesson plan using Jim McGillivray’s “Rhythmic Fingerwork” book and CD as a guide. Students are encouraged to purchase “Rhythmic Fingerwork.”
Practice chanters and instructional books are available from many vendors; the band recommends Chris Hamilton at shopping portals. Please do not purchase a practice chanter or bagpipe “kit” on ebay; a quality instrument can be purchased from a reliable vendor for under $50.
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Several of the band’s members also are available for private instruction.
Biography of Mentors Leaders of Kings Bagpiper Band :
The Kings Bagpiper Band was formed in 2012 by Pipe Major Raghuveer Singh and Drum Sergeant RamanPreet Singh. The band is based in Jaipur and competes at the grade four level.
The Kings Bagpiper Band takes its name from the old Traditional Pipe Band, formerly of Punjab,North India.. Our purpose is to foster and preserve traditional piping and drumming through performances, competition, and musical instruction.
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In its short history, the new Kings Bagpiper Band has given many superb performances. One of our more memorable appearances came in February of 2012, when the band opened for the corporate in New Delhi.
The band faced its first competition in the fall of 2012 at the Heart of India Celebration.
At the end of the day the band won first place in grade four and also was Band of the Day.
The Kings Bagpiper Band worn by the band is the new logo in modern colors. The cap badge is that of the Queen’s Own unique. The Band motto is “Ceol na Gael”, or “Music of the celebration people”.
Mentor & Leaders
Pipe Major Raghuveer Singh
Drum Sergeant Raman Preet Singh
For more information on our band’s leadership, scroll down this page for bio’s on:
Pipe Major Gurpreet Singh is a native of Punjab, India. He comes from a musical family, his father being a fiddle player from the Punjab. Gurpreet Singh began piping at the age of twelve under the direction of Lovepreet Singh. He then became a member of the original Kings bag Pipe Band in India. Musical instruction continued under Raman Preet Singh until the Kings Pipe Band disbanded in the early 70’s. Gurpreet Singh then joined the New Pipe Band in Jaipur and received musical instruction from another one.
After a tour of duty in the India, and a long layoff from piping, Gurpreet Singh became Pipe Major of the Kings Bagpiper Band Pipes and Drums in Jaipur. In 2012, Jim along with other persons he began what would later become Kings Bagpiper Band Pipes and Drums India.
Gurpreet Singh is a grade one piper. He has taken musical instruction in India and light music from Love Preet Singh and has also attended the School Of Piping.
Gurpreet Singh works for the Kings Bagpiper Band as Team supervisor.
Drummer ManPreet Singh is a native of India. He has studied with New India School and at the age of sixteen, joined the world renowned Kings Bagpiper Band. He played at celebration Hall on March 25th of 2012, an unprecedented honor and still the only “country-western” act to play there, as-well-as the famous performance, known as a venue for great jazz players, in Tokyo, Japan on February 2012.
He spent time in the early seventies studying a variety of international drumming styles and disciplines, including African Hand Drumming under Master Drummers.
During this time, and until 1979-80, he supported himself playing jazz clubs in India alongside musicians like sax player, and trumpet player.
In 1980, he moved to Jaipur to continue his jazz career, where 2012, he met us and family of the Kings Bagpiper Band. he became first instructor of Kings Bagpiper Band pipe band drumming. At about the same time, He met us, and our Pipe Band, india and took several lessons from us. These two men represent his first influences in Scottish drumming.
Late that year (2013), he moved to Jaipur, a city, where, in 2014, he co-founded the Kings Bagpiper Band pipe band drumming. During the mid-eighties, he continued to study and take lessons from another master, now of the new University Pipe Band, and established a correspondence relationship with us , of the Police Pipe Band. These highly respected artists provided him with motivation and would prove a seminal influence on his playing and style. His two biggest band influences, over the years, have been the Police Pipe and the new bag Pipe Band.
Early in the 1990’s, he founded us, which at this time, represents the drumming corps of the Kings Bagpiper Band pipe band drumming. In 2014, along with us, he co-founded the Kings Bagpiper Band pipe band drumming, jaipur, where he holds the title of Drum Sergeant.
He has designed/developed two drumming practice pads for the another compay that are especially well suited to the Scottish drummer. He has been a contributing author to the Pipe Band Drummer notes. Most recently, he received recognition for his “Contribution To bagpiper band “, along with fellow guy, at a gala event.