Funeral Piper for Hire

Funeral Piper for Hire | Having a lone piper play while family and friends say goodbye to their departed loved ones can be a fitting tribute. Pipers have traditionally been present at remembrance services, state and military funerals worldwide and can be a beautifully emotive send off.

Just as each memorial service is unique to the individual, Mackenzie Bagpiping is here to help assist you at this difficult time and will offer appropriate suggestions such as a slow air or lament as the coffin departs. We also recommend having the piper play when guests arrive and leave the funeral service.

We can provide the following,

• Playing for the guests arriving at the church/chapel.
• Playing a Slow Air or Lament on the small pipes as the coffin is lowered (cremation).
• Piping the coffin to the grave side (burial).
• Piping as the coffin is lowered.
• Playing for the guests departure from grave side.

The above list of duties are only a recommendation. If you have any specific requests we will be able to help you with them.

For more information, please contact us.


Donald Mackenzie Bagpiping | Funeral Piper for Hire


funeral piper for hire


Donald will ensure that he meets your requirements throughout the wedding day
providing quality music and good cheer that will last in your memories for a life time.

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Wedding Piping Service Delivery Area: Piping at weddings and events in Bearsden, Milngavie, Strathblane, Drymen, Stirling, Glasgow, East Kilbride, Loch Lomond, Edinburgh, Paisley, Renfrew, Johnstone, Linwood, Erskine, Bellshill, Hamilton, Coatbridge, Airdrie, Motherwell, Wishaw, Kirkintilloch, Cumbernauld, Falkirk, Livingston and Edinburgh. Contact Us for more information. In essence, we can provide a piping service at weddings and other events just about anywhere in Scotland or Northern England.