Think you might enjoy and find edifying some of these College of Piping and related resources:
CoP Radio -
(it's worth listening to a wide variety of tunes by, for example, Gordon Walker, Gordon McCready and David Wilton and Douglas Murray and other great pipers often)
Fettes College ~ Piping Instructor Applications -
(I went to school at Fettes from 1976-77 and played in its pipe band; we took second in a competition at Gordonstoun school ... was it partly because I hadn't shaved as a 17 year old? :)
(I learned of Gordon McReady from the above, so I'm adding these, too ... )
Gordon McCready at Piping Live -
Gordon McReady - Field Marshall Montgomery -
I'll add some of this to the GHB wiki page at WUaS - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Great_Highland_Bagpipe.
Shall we become 'familiar faces' on the competition circuit in Scotland - for learning's and playing's sake ? :)
Check out PM Duncan Nicholson of the Greater Glasgow Police Pipeband, selections, who (DN, I think) used to play for the Tannahill Weavers (a Scottish folk rock group from Paisley), who chose Iain MacDonald playing with the Battlefield band (also a Scottish folk rock group), at about the 18:45 minute mark ... I enjoy piping in folk music groups, particularly :)
(Will add the Tannahill Weavers and the Battlefield Band to my Pandora.com channels :))
In enjoying lyrical piping tunes, I've really enjoyed playing from John MacFadyen's Book 1, as well as playing Duncan Johnston and Donald MacLeod's tune ... and here's a recent CoP with some main books with compositions by them, as well as John MacColl's tunes, whose music I also enjoy ... fun simply to play through these tunes ... and here's a CoP blog entry, also from today ...
I'm also posting this blog entry and the Tie Dye kilts entry above to the Scotland wiki page at WUaS as blog entries ...
CoP resources -http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2014/04/sage-grouse-college-of-piping-and.html
Tie Dye kilts -http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2014/04/tie-dye-kilts-may-add-this-blog-entry.html