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Scottish. (Born in Campbeltown, Kintyre, Scotland. Resides in Dunblane, Scotland.) World class piper. Studied under Willie Ross and Captain John A. MacLellan. Won the Highland Society of London Gold Medals (Inverness 1967, Oban 1972); four Clasps at Inverness (1972, 1974, 1977, 1986); Silver Chanters at Dunvegan, Skye - six times; six Clasps at Portree, Skye; a Grant's Championship in 1978; two Gold Banners for MSR playing at the National Mod; the Former Winners MSRs at Oban and Inverness - five times; and the Former Winners MSR at London twice. Retired from solo competition in the late 1980s, but still plays. Judge. Instructor. Uncle of Willie McCallum (Hugh's brother, Willie's father, is also named Willie). The son of Hugh MacCallum's second cousin is Stuart Liddell.
|World's Greatest Pipers, vol. 2 - Hugh MacCallum||1996|
|World's Greatest Pipers - Ceol Beag (Light Music) Compilation||1989|
|World's Greatest Pipers - Piobaireachd Compilation||1989|
- Instruments: Wind: Reed: Bagpipes: Great Highland Bagpipe
- Styles: World: European: Celtic: Pipe and Drum
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