DDD: George Stewart McLennan

July 6, 2012 on 7:15 pm by Michael Grey | In Delightful Data of the Day | 1 Comment

Here’s something you may not have known about the great piper and composer (“The Little Cascade”), George Stewart McLennan (1883-1929):

He was five feet, two and a half inches tall.

Another example of great things coming in packages that are not always the largest.


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  1. A quick note to say Jim McGillivary has sent a note along indicating his research has suggested GSM was five feet seven inches in height. My gen comes from Seumas MacNeill and his “Masters of Piping” book …whatever … let’s just say GSM wasn’t fair of height. M

    Comment by Michael Grey — July 8, 2012 #

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