Irish pipes

Irish pipes

n
(Instruments) another name for uillean pipes
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And there will be street food, craft stalls, inflatable rides and live music from The Birmingham Irish Pipes and Drums.
The current outfit includes kora, belafon, percussion, guitars, Irish pipes and more, and has a decidedly strong African feel.
You would listen a bit of violin or flutes, accordion or Irish pipes, so I am trying to give the audience a different flavour," says the musician.
At the memorial, the song The Minstrel Boy will be played on the Irish pipes by local musician Alec Brennan, which was played as the men from the brigade walked into battle in 1916.
The 56-year-old Californian admitted the use of the traditional Irish pipes instead of Scottish instruments has plagued his music career since 1995.
when Eliot Grasso brings his traditional Irish pipes, the Cascade Slides trombone quartet bring their brass and everyone sings carols at First United Methodist Church at 1376 Olive St.
It's good for anyone who's curious about Northumbrian and Irish pipes.
Eddie, now 66 and living in Tile Hill Village, first met Finbar Furey at a folk gig at the Cedars pub in Coundon in the late sixties and was "blown away" by the sound of the Irish pipes.
He added: "The only overdub was on two tracks where we added Irish pipes by a guy called Davy Spillane who played on the Titanic movie.
Also on hand were pantomime characters from the Hippodrome and Crescent Theatre, a cycling panda bear, The Irish Pipes and Drums and Christmas Baubles.
"So I isolated that piece of the music and played it to Steve and he said 'that's the soundtrack right there.' "It had to be that sort of score because if you had brought in the cliched Irish pipes at the finale, well, it would have just ruined it.
Crammed full of wild bodrans, duelling mandolins, and skirling Irish pipes, reminding of Planxty, de Danaan and The Chieftains, with a taste of Bert Jansche's Pentangle, it's a radical reinvention of the great Lennon and McCartney songs that brings a whole new dimension to something we thought we already knew everything there was to know about.

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