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Pibroch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Pibroch, Piobaireachd or Ceòl Mòr is an art music genre associated primarily with the Scottish Highlands that is characterised by extended compositions with a ...

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From hill to hill the pibroch leaps, and hearts and feet quicken at its sound.

Pibroch songs - Songs - Scotland's Songs

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Pibroch or Ceòl Mór is played on the highland bagpipe and sounds quite slow and stately, and a single piece of music can be several minutes long.

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Concert de piobaireachd dans les monts d'Arre au Relec.

Pibroch | Definition of Pibroch by Merriam-Webster

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The Alt Pibroch Club aims to expand contemporary pibroch interpretation by making challenging historical material easier to find, understand and integrate into ...

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Pibroch flourished in Gaelic Scotland between 1550 and 1750. An elite class of pipers became the highest-ranking court composers, accompanying ...

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In spite of her immense age (three, years), it rang between the canon-like frames as a pibroch rings in a mountain pass; the fanners changed their note, and repeated ...

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