May 14, 2004
Bagpipe music can be heard in Dearborn, Michigan this week because the weather is warm enough for Scott to practice outside.
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April 6, 2004
Scott visited Gibson Bagpipes in Ohio where bagpipes music is celebrated year round. Gibson makes very beautiful bagpipes indeed!
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March 18, 2004
Scott continues to work on bagpipe music arrangments for a recording project.
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March 9, 2004
Bagpipe music – who doesn’t love it? We will post additional photographs tomorrow from the Robert Burns dinner in Syracuse, NY with the Daughters of Scotia.
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February 6, 2004
We were saddened by the news on the deaths of Jack Reid and Corinne Murphy this past week. Jack was a long-time friend of the Cawthon family. Though Scott Cawthon just met Corinne and her family about a month ago, they felt like friends of many years. Scott played bagpipe music at the funerals. We pray that the Lord comfort their families during this time of grief.
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February 2, 2004
The Daughters of Scotia Robert Burns dinner on January 25th was a grand success. Bagpipe music and song were among the festivities thanks to the local pipers, drummers, and dancers who graciously gave of their time and talents. We will post photos of the event this week.
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January 5, 2004
Beginning 2004 with great pipe music! We continue to work on new arrangments for the new year.
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November 10, 2003
Progress on new bagpipe music is slow while attention is diverted to other projects. We still hope to post samples within a few weeks.
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October 24, 2003
A wonderful article written by by Jennifer Myers & Stefanie Koranda at the Wayoo, NB High School: Fine Arts on September 30, 2003.
Professional Bagpiper Visits WHS Band Students
On Tuesday, September 23, as the strains of Amazing Grace and God Bless America filled the Little Theater, the Wahoo High School Band listened in astonishment while Scott Cawthon blew them away with his bagpipes. Not only did he give a breathtaking performance, but he also offered the students information about his trade. Students learned about the various parts of both the bagpipes and the bagpiper’s attire. Cawthon is a 25-year family friend of WHS Counselor Terry Kopish, who arranged his visit. Cawthon’s home is Dearborn, Michigan.
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October 21, 2003
After attending a recent Boogie Woogie and Blues Festival at the Redford Theater in Redford, Michigan it looks like we need a “Boogie Woogie Bagpipe” selection to go along with the “Bagpipe Blues”.