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“And this is Jerry O'Sullivan giving us some jigs on the uillean pipe.”
“The sound is strikingly similar to the uillean pipes!”
“They say appreciation of this instrument is an acquired taste, but I can feel it and I know it is the same feeling that calliopes evoked in me long before I had even heard of uillean pipes.”
“There are always fiddlers, and this past Sunday there were also several flute players, an uillean piper”
“Guitarist Keith Reins has a pleasantly weathered, reedy voice; Brad Pouleson (mandolin, whistles, uillean pipes) offers a clear tenor; and fiddler Tara Dutcher applies her lovely, bell-toned voice to a pair of beauties; Joe Dutcher (bodhran) supplies steady rhythmic propulsion.”
“I played Bagpipes in two separate pipe bands in Dublin - anecdote: in school, a music teacher was evaluating our playing of the tin whistle, and when he came to me, he saw immediately from the way I was holding it that I had training in a "pipe" instrument (uillean pipes and bag pipes are fingered similarly).”
“Recorded voice (apparently of Queen Elizabeth) leads to jangling acoustic guitar and uillean pipes.”
“The guest artists include Mary Mitchell-Ingoldsby on uillean pipes and Aoife Granville on flute, fiddle and voice.”
“Today at 7 p.m. in the recital hall at Broyhill, Mitchell-Ingoldsby will lead a uillean pipes workshop.”
“But I saw the other thing which was fuckin awesome. uillean pipes kick ass. paragraph cohesion is for pussies.”
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