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Local youth does well playing bagpipes


Last updated 10/27/2006 at Noon

Jordan McKay Rowley, 14, competed in a bagpipe competition this past weekend at the annual Ventura, CA, Scottish Highland Games. Rowley, who has played the pipes since age 9 under the instruction of Campbell Naismith, won first place while competing against almost 20 pipers from around the United States. He played a “Piobaireached,” a slow, long Scottish tune.

Rowley, a freshman at Fallbrook High School, loves playing bagpipes, keyboard and piano. He enjoys surfing and skateboarding and is on the high school’s cross-country team. He has piped for numerous weddings and funerals and fo...

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