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“Uilleann" is the Irish word for "elbow" because, unlike the Scottish highland pipes, which are mouth-blown, the air that flows through the uilleann pipes is produced by a set of bellows strapped to one elbow.”
“They are the first Celtic band to use the Uilleann pipes and have performed all over the world.”
“But just to describe it to the listeners, Uilleann is the Irish, the Gaelic for elbow, elbow pipes or union pipes have often been called.”
“CONAN: I've heard the Uilleann pipes described as sort of a cross between a vacuum cleaner and a whoopee cushion.”
“MARGE (Audience Member): Hi, I'm Marge from Maryland and my husband occasionally threatens to take up the Uilleann pipes, and is there, how would you get started with that.”
“What do you think: The TurboPipe bellows/chanter enhancer makes playing Uilleann and Northumbrian/Scottish smallpipes a "breeze".”
“The best of Irish traditional music selected by acclaimed Uilleann piper Robbie Hannan.”
“The original features the irish Uilleann pipes which makes beautiful sounds but way expensive to own one!”
“I used my 30 year-old violin to immitate the sound of the Uilleann pipes and to recapture the colours of the tone, I had to replace all my nickel wound strings with cheap aluminum strings.”
“Uilleann pipes which makes beautiful sounds but way expensive to own one!”
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