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Gulf Region's
Oldest Bagpipe
& Drum Band

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Professional Bagpipers since the 1960's

Enliven your wedding, funeral, or special event with the energy of the great highland bagpipe.

Pipes & Drums of New Orleans have been providing professional bagpipe music to the people of New Orleans since the early 1960's.

Performing regularly in cities throughout the Greater New Orleans area including the North Shore. Pairing peerless experience with inspirational musicality, Pipes & Drums of New Orleans are professionals you can depend on.

To find a Bagpiper for your event please go to our "Hire a Piper" section. Enter you information and a message will be sent to all available pipers. You will receive a notice when a piper is available and you will recieve contact information to coordinate with the piper. This a free service provided by
The Great Highland Bagpipe (often abbreviated GHB) is a type of bagpipe seen in many of the Gaelic countries (Scotland, Ireland, Brittany, Wales, Isle of Man and Galicia). The GHB achieved widespread recognition through its usage in the British military and in pipe bands throughout the world.

The bagpipe is first attested in Scotland around 1400, having first appeared in European artwork in Spain in the 1200s. The earliest references to Scottish bagpipes are in a military context, and it is in that context that the Great Highland Bagpipe became established in the British military and achieved the widespread prominence it enjoys today, whereas other bagpipe traditions throughout Europe, ranging from Spain to Russia, almost universally went into decline by the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Though widely famous for its role in military and civilian pipe bands, the Great Highland Bagpipe is also used for a solo virtuosic style called piobaireachd or pibroch.

The Pipes and Drums is a Public Charity as defined in the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Consult your tax advisor.

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