Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band, the 2002 World Champion's, Glasgow Skye Association Pipe Band and hy-pe.tv are pleased to present the first Pipe Band concert Online.
Performed at the Royal Glasgow Concert Hall, this renowned event is held each year the week leading into the World Pipe Band Championships and attracts an audience in access of 1500. For the first time, the concert is available online for the worldwide audience on:
www.hy-pe.tv - internet bagpipe television
Featuring over 90 minutes of video, the concert includes new tunes, solo's of light and heavy music, duet's, a drum fanfare and special behind the scene's footage and interviews with the World Champion Band.
A huge selection of material is available, this is a first for the Piping world!
Available in 2 bandwidths, the QuickTime player will be required and a free download is available from the site.
To watch logon to www.hy-pe.tv - registering for access ends mid September.
Date Posted:02:20:31 09/07/02 Sat
Went to the concert, can highly reccomend the show. Also watched the webcast, actually liked it better as there's more on there than the actual show with the interviews, especially with the PM.
Date Posted:19:31:56 09/07/02 Sat
>****** The Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band Webcast
I have watched this concert on the Web!
It is just like being there.
I recommend this to anyone interested in good Pipe Bands
A revolution in Web casting
Well Done hy-pe.tv
keep up the good work
Date Posted:02:27:40 09/09/02 Mon
>>>****** The Field Marshal Montgomery Pipe Band Webcast
>also watched the concert, pretty impressed.
>did take a while to watch, but worth the wait.
We had the chance to stream the video, and found it pretty good- being fortunate to have cable certainly helped. Highlights for me: The Suite, Ryan Canning's solo and the Piobaireachd by Jonathon Greenless.
Does Ryan Canning have a book out?
Date Posted:11:07:13 09/26/02 Thu
Excellent concert and the quality over the web was terrific. Also, check out the Piping Centre online recitals through hype tv. Well worth the money. Jack Lee and Willie Morrison!!!