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jock (inactive) 16 Jan 99 - 12:05 PM
Bruce O. 16 Jan 99 - 12:47 PM
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Subject: uilleann pipes
From: jock (inactive)
Date: 16 Jan 99 - 12:05 PM

Hi, any one out here got some music/notesble for piping. Its proving bit digfficult to lay my hands on it. Be glad to hear from any novice pipe players. Jock.

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Subject: RE: uilleann pipes
From: Bruce O.
Date: 16 Jan 99 - 12:47 PM

Patrick Sky, 2000 Ridgewood Rd. #312, Chappell Hill NC 27516: has reprinted 'O'Farrell's Collection of National Irish Music for the Union Pipes' (1804). 'Union' was the original designation of the nonsensical 'uilleann' invented by Wm. Grattan-Flood. The tunes in this and in his subsequent larger collection 'O'Farrell's Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union Pipes', four parts, 1805-16, are reprinted in the recent 'Sources of Irish Traditional Music', 2 vols., by Aloys Fleishmann, Garland Publishing (July), 1998, $250.

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Subject: RE: uilleann pipes
From: Bruce O.
Date: 16 Jan 99 - 12:58 PM

I forgot to mention that there are many tunes available composed by the Irishman Walker 'Piper' Jackson in the late 18th century. Look for 'Jackson' in the Irish Tune Title Index on my website (, and look for these titles O'Neill's 'Music of Ireland', if you can't come by an earlier source, or 'Sources of Irish Traditional Music'. Larry Grogan was also an Irish piper/composer, so look for him also in my Irish Tune Title Index.

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