Bagpiper outside St. Philip’s Charleston SC

Posted by The_Elves

With thanks to Kevin Kallsen at Anglican TV


Filed under: * Anglican - EpiscopalEpiscopal Church (TEC)TEC ConflictsTEC Conflicts: South Carolina

6 Comments
Posted January 26, 2013 at 12:40 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. APB wrote:

I have a strong Celtic background.  However, when I hear bagpipes, I am always reminded of the old English definition of a gentleman:  Someone who can play the pipes, but does not.

January 26, 3:30 pm | [comment link]
2. Dick Mitchell wrote:

Wonderful prelude to a glorious Eucharist at St. Philip’s.

January 26, 4:15 pm | [comment link]
3. Militaris Artifex wrote:

Always a treat to hear the pipes.

Pax et bonum,
Keith Töpfer

January 26, 8:52 pm | [comment link]
4. Blue Cat Man wrote:

It doesn’t hurt that yesterday was Robert Burns’ birthday!

January 26, 9:40 pm | [comment link]
5. Militaris Artifex wrote:

Agreed, Blue Cat Man. But such synchronicity is hardly necessary to the enjoment of good piping.

January 27, 1:41 pm | [comment link]
6. evan miller wrote:

I was surprised and delighted to find him there Friday evening.  I heard the pipes as I left the Church Street Inn and was glad to see the piper was piping us into the glorious Eucharist Service.  Glad he got recorded.

January 29, 2:57 pm | [comment link]
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