National Piping Centre

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The National Piping Centre

The National Piping Centre is an institution in Glasgow, Scotland, dedicated to the playing of the bagpipes, to include not only the Great Highland Bagpipes, but also the Scottish smallpipes and Irish uileann pipes, as well as other traditional musical instruments.

The institution includes practice spaces, an auditorium, and the Museum of Piping.

It is located in the Cowcaddens district of the city, in the former Cowcaddens Free Church. The building is Category B listed.[1]

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  1. ^ "Piping Centre". Historic Scotland. Retrieved 31 December 2015.

Coordinates: 55°52′01″N 4°15′18″W / 55.86691°N 4.2551°W / 55.86691; -4.2551