Ross The Piper

Ross The Piper
Location Edinburgh
Starting from £192.00
1 reviews
Location Edinburgh
Starting from £192.00
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Ross the Piper is a truely talented piper who can keep the mood upbeat and moving along with his mix of both traditional and more modern piping tunes as well as having the ability to adapt his music to connect with the mood for any event with his vast repertoire of tunes. 

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Whether it's getting piped down the aisle, welcoming guests at a private or public function or indeed a sincere funeral service that you require a bagpiper for then Ross offers a professional service for all types of event.

Having been playing for over 40 years, Ross has an incredibly vast amount of experience playing at all types of events that benefit from having a professional piper in attendance. Having played at the very highest level on the bagpiping scene and indeed still active in a band 'Ross The Piper' offers a bespoke service that can be personalised to your own requirements.

Having a vast repertoire of tunes available just ask if you require something a bit more personal and if it can be accommodated within the parameters of the instrument then it will be played for you.


  • Scotland the Brave
  • The Rowan Tree
  • Bonnie Galawa
  • Killikrankie
  • Kenmures up an awa
  • Pastiche
  • The Kesh jig
  • Itchy fingers
  • The Dark Island
  • Lochaber No More
  • Going Home
  • Mull of Kintyre
  • Modern:
  • Silver threads among the gold
  • Wooden heart
  • 500 Miles
  • The Hearts Song 
  • The way old friends do
  • Highland Cathedral
  • Auld Lang Syne 
  • Amazing Grace
  • Flower of Scotland
  • No awa tay Bide awa
  • Carnwath Mill
  • Jacks Welcome
  • The Hiccup
  • Linlithgow Jig
  • Bonnie Dundee
  • Campeltown Loch
  • The Dancer
  • Danny Campbells Walkaround
  • Danny Boy
  • The Deer Run
  • The Deil among the tailors
  • The Devil in the kitchen
  • Munlochy Briudge
  • Atholl Cummers
  • Donald Cameron
  • P/M JK Macallister
  • Farewell to the creeks
  • Macleod of Mull
  • Macphersons rant
  • Maggie Cameron
  • ACW Mays welcome
  • Rabs wedding
  • Marie's wedding
  • Cock o the north
  • The northern lights
  • Leaving port askaig
  • Irish eyes
  • The children
  • Jimmy findlater
  • Mrs mc of inveran
  • Leaving inverness
  • The sheepwife
  • The hermits cave
  • The inner guard
  • Salmon leap
  • Jiggernaut
  • Maggie
  • 52nd Kosbs
  • Black watch polka
  • Lyndseys lament
  • Cameronian rant
  • The march of the Cameron men
  • Seven seals
  • Ay find kiss
  • Keel row
  • Strathspey king
  • The Green hills
  • The Battles O'er
  • Lochanside 
  • The glendaruel highlanders
  • The Liverpool rant
  • Jack's jig
  • Road to the isles
  • Over the sea to skye
  • Callar herrin
  • Rockin the baby
  • Eves farewell
  • The gamekeeper
  • PM Tom Macallister
  • PM Bob Martin
  • The meruse
  • Roses o Prince charlie
  • Pipers waltz
  • Glencoe
  • AC May's Welcome
  • Tobruk
  • Corriehoilie
  • Bells of Dunblane
  • The First time
  • Sweet maid o Barra
  • For Ireland I will not tell her name
  • Conan row
  • Cracklin rose
  • Birlin sporrans
  • Salute to the chieftain
  • Highland laddie
  • Donald Whaurs yer trousers
  • When you and I were young maggie
  • Sailing home
  • The Hens Nest
  • Blaeberry Hill
  • The flying tenor stick
  • For he was a Bonnie lad
  • Bonnie lass o Fyvie
  • Heights of Dargai
  • Heights of Casino
  • Edinburgh Military Tattoo
  • Maggie Cameron 
  • Flowers of the forest 
  • The Rose
  • Fair maidens tale

And many more...


, Wedding, Edinburgh

We decided to have a piper at our wedding pretty much at the last minute and we booked Ross who turned out to be a fantastic addition to our magical day. His professionalism was exemplary and his playing did not disappoint.He was very neat and precise in his dress code and was a very friendly manner. He has a vast repertoire of tunes containing the old favourites as well as some more modern tunes as well. Highly recommended!!

When did you start to learn the bagpipes?
I first started with Boghall and Bathgate pipe band in West Lothian at the age of 11 which was more than a few years ago now.

Whats the best event you've played at?
Thats easy, it must be when I played at my own daughters wedding in Edinburgh 4 years ago. A truely large memorable occassion involving lots of friends and family.

When did you first play solo at an event
That would be the first ever wedding I played at when I was 15. A truely nerve wracking experience however I thoroughly enjoyed it and made a promise to myself then that if I was asked to play anywhere then I would!

Please Note: The fees indicated below are approximate and based on a central location for each county. They are intended to provide a rough guide only and exact quotes can only be given once the date and exact location of your event have been provided.


Aberdeen £240.00 Inverness £240.00 Perth £216.00 Sutherland £240.00 Ayrshire £216.00 Fife £216.00 Stirlingshire £216.00 West Lothian £192.00 Dumfries-shire £216.00 East Lothian £216.00 Lanarkshire £216.00 Midlothian £216.00 Glasgow £216.00 Edinburgh £216.00 Dundee £216.00

Foreign Locations

Europe £1,440.00 Rest of the world £3,000.00
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