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Peel Regional Police Pipe Band - Fever album

Peel Regional Police Pipe Band - Fever album

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Peel Regional Police, Mississauga, Ontario.

Fever Coolhurst Castle Ironman Some Monkey Butterfingers Tending Cattle with a Heavy Heart Blue Water Bridge Andrew Duthart.

Peel Regional Police, in Glasgow for the Worlds, having a chanter practice, and then getting the pipes out to blow off the jetlag. Tuesday August 13th 2013.

The Peel Regional Police (PRP) provide policing services for Peel Region (excluding Caledon) in Ontario, Canada. It is the second largest municipal police service in Ontario after the Toronto Police Service and third largest municipal force in Canada (behind Toronto and Montreal) with 2,030 uniformed members and close to 844 support staff.

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Canada's Peel Regional Police Pipe Band hails from Brampton, Ontario, and was formed in 1976 proudly representing the Peel Regional Police Service and Peel Region throughout the province of Ontario and beyond. The band wears the Red MacPherson tartan and a distinctive black and white diced Glengarry, in keeping with long-standing police and military pipe band traditions. 2011 marks the 35th Anniversary of the Band.

The band's Pipe Major is John Cairns; lead drummer is Harvey Dawson. The band has been a frequent competitor at the World Championships in Scotland the past decade, finishing 10th in 1999, 14th in 2002 and 13th in 2012. In 2010, the band won the Grade 1 North American Championship in Maxville Ontario, and successfully defended the title in 2011,2012 and again in 2013. The band also won the Piper's and Pipe Band Society Grade 1 Champion Supreme in these same years.

Peel Regional Police Pipe Band (Mississauga). Robert Malcolm Memorial Pipe Band (Burnaby). Royal Military College of Canada Bands (Kingston). Seaforth Highlanders of Canada (Vancouver). Simon Fraser University Pipe Band (Burnaby). Toronto Police Pipe Band (Toronto). Toronto Scottish Regiment (Toronto). Triumph Street Pipe Band (Vancouver). Windsor Police Pipe Band (Windsor). New Zealand Police Pipe Band (Porirua). Canterbury Caledonian Society Pipe Band (Christchurch). Manawatu Scottish Pipe Band (Palmerston North).

Arranged By – Michael Grey (3)Written-By – Traditional. Peel Regional Police. Bagpipes – Michael Grey (3). (6:02). 11a. – The Memorial Bells of Inveraray. Written-By – John A. MacLellan.

The band's senior Pipe Major is John Cairns; the senior lead drummer is Harvey Dawson. Before the 2018 season began, the grade 1 band was down-graded to the grade 2 level by the RSPBA, after competing at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow in the summer of 2017. Rather than fight the downgrade, the band embraced it and added a grade 5 band to compete.

Tracklist

1 Chief Mike Metcalf
2 Jig Set
3 March, Strathspey And Reel
4 First Landing
5 Steamer Medley
6 Pointed Hornpipe Set
7 Reel Set
8 Wee B Jammin
9 Fever Medley
10 Concert MSR
11 A Love Song For Deborah Anne
12 Round Hornpipe Set