Explore Pipes, Pipes And Bongs, and more!

Explore related topics

Pipes, Pipes And Bongs

An Uilleann piper. The Uilleann Pipes are arguably the hardest instrument to play, bar none. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLReGq4oagU

An Uilleann piper. The Uilleann Pipes are arguably the hardest instrument to play, bar none. At least there are snacks and beverages within arms reach.

Those people in your section that do not care at all.

Literally all xylophones beyond me. After school band though, there's more people who are dedicated.

Blowing the Uilleann Pipe -- a 1st Lesson

Introduction to the basics of operating the bag and bellows of the Irish uilleann pipe to play the first notes.

Photo by Jonathan Warner

Uilleann pipes - My husband's Irish elbow pipes. He is one of the best pipers on the west coast.

The uilleann pipes (pronounced "illun"; from the Irish píob uilleann--"elbow pipes") are the most complex and highly-evolved of all bagpipes.

Thou shalt not touch my piano without signing thine permission slip. Whosoever proceeds without permission shall be executed. Amen.

Thou shalt not touch my french horn without signing thine permission slip. Whosoever proceeds without permission shall be executed.

Uilleann Pipes by Tim & Stephanie Benson - Full Sets

Uilleann Pipes by Tim & Stephanie Benson - Full Sets

"Pipes Solo - Lark in the Morning", Cillian Vallely & Alan Murray

Gay McKeon plays a slow air & set dance from the playing of the great Leo Rowsome (Musician, Teacher & Uilleann Pipe maker).

When I play the piano, this is so true. Each song throws out a roller coaster of feelings.very powerful and a true passion of mine.

Dave Brubeck and the LSO Unsquare Dance 2001

From Rediscovering Brubeck broadcast on PBS in live with the London Symphony Orchestra.

Pinterest
Search