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Bob Worrall described the G1 performances with some of the following words and phrases; integration, subtle and without intrusiveness, blanket of drones, a little bit squarish, articulation problems, leaving a little wiggle room, organic, stunner, ear so keen he can hear the grass grow, forward motion, emotional…

No words were necessary at the end of all of today’s G1 World Championship performances — our musical art at it’s finest.

CONGRATULATIONS to our friends from the Shotts and Dykehead Caledonia Pipe Band — “what a performance – they delivered — nothing careful — they went for it” — Bob Worrall.  Two of our members (Seamus and Jean Russell) are friends with several members of the Shotts family – and Wake and District was fortunate to receive instruction this past January from the Shotts Danimal himself – Dan Nevans.

There was a strange bright light observed in the sky throughout the afternoon  — something J.J. Abrams would have appreciated — as it brought the flare to Glasgow Green #LensFlare.  So many amazing performances today at the World Pipe Band Championships.  Back to the woodshed…

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