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Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping, 1745-1945

by John G. Gibson

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  • 38 Currently reading

Published by McGill-Queen"s University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • British & Irish history,
  • Folk music,
  • Folklore,
  • Modern period, c 1500 onwards,
  • Music/Songbooks,
  • Music,
  • Scotland,
  • Ethnomusicology,
  • History & Criticism - General,
  • Musical Instruments - Woodwinds,
  • Musical Instruments - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages424
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8079075M
    ISBN 100773521348
    ISBN 109780773521346

    Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping, by John G. Gibson (NMS Publishing, ); A Highlander Looks Back by Angus MacPherson (Oban Times, ); Legendary & Historical Notes on Ceol Mor by Roy Gunn (Topgunn Productions, ); The Highland Pipe . Bagpiping synonyms, Bagpiping pronunciation, Bagpiping translation, English dictionary definition of Bagpiping. n. often bagpipes A musical instrument having a flexible bag inflated either by a tube with valves or by bellows, a double-reed melody pipe, and from one to.

    Expanding on Gibson's Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping, (CH, Jun'99), this voluminous book comprises some pages of text, 85 pages of notes, and 26 pages of bibliography. The author divides the book into three sections: "Piping in the Jacobite Highlands from "; "'Hereditary'" or Chief's Pipers in Hanoverian Scotland"; and "New. highland bagpiping in Canada and Scotland is rooted in and supported by Gaelic society and tradition. In his studies, he focuses on the genealogy of pipers and their teaching within families, as well as their skills and techniques. The first, Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping, , develops two major themes in the story of Scottish Gaelic.

    John G. Gibson is the author of Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping, – and Old and New World Highland Bagpiping. He lives in Judique, Nova Scotia. More about John G. Gibson. In his book Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping , John Gibson reprints the entire Disarming Act of , which is usually blamed for the proscription of bagpipes, and shows that bagpipes were not banned. [7] Characteristics.


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Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping,by John G. Gibson. Montreal, Quebec, McGill-Queen's University Press, xviii, pp. $ This book is an historical reconstruction of traditional Highland bagpiping in a broad political and social context from the suppression of the last Jacobite rebellion in to the mid-twentieth century, and the interpretation of the cultural and.

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It is the story of how pipe music changed from before the Battle of Culloden and the Disarming Act of h is also about the role of pipe music and pipers in the context of the community and the military. The Voice "This is a book that every piping enthusiast should read." Celtic Heritage "Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping's contribution to the region's cultural history is priceless." Atlantic Books Today "By studying and reinterpreting the historical relationship between traditional Scottish and New World preliterate piping Traditional Gaelic.

In Traditional Gaelic Bagpiping, - (McGill-Queen's University Press,ISBN ), author John G. Gibson addresses the question of the continuity of tradition in bagpiping and whether it is an example of the "invention of tradition" or whether there is a continuous development capable of being traced back to pre-Culloden days and where that continuity can be found.

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