Fred Morrison

Born 1963.
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Fred Morrison - Travelling Folk interview

Bruce MacGregor in conversation with world renowned piper Fred Morrison.

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Biography

Fred Morrison (born 1963) is a Scottish musician and composer. He has performed professionally on the Great Highland Bagpipes, Scottish smallpipes, Border pipes, low whistles and the Irish uilleann pipes.

He holds the record for the most Macallan Trophy's at the Lorient festival; which is seven times. As well as his work as a solo piper, he has played with such bands as Clan Alba and Capercaillie. His albums have been met with critical acclaim.

In 2004 he was voted Instrumentalist of the Year in the Scots Trad Music awards.

Solo albums

Fred Morrison and Jamie McMenemy

Various artists including Fred Morrison

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