For those o you who are non pipers, THIS IS THE HENDRIX OF PIPERS!
Aye, you're no wrang son.
Brilliant...I am trying to learn the pipes, we have a retired Scottish teacher here in Florida and he is giving me lessons. Very hard with big hands!!!cheers, Sasuage...
That's fantastic!But I have one question. Does he have that thing hooked up to an air compressor or something? It's not the "usual" set of pipes...
Chef; Good innit?Sausage; I'm presuming you mean bagpipes, not the easiest of instruments to learn no matter the size your hands, but keep at it!Pon; Those are uileann pipes, mor common in Ireland. They have a bag on one side and a bellows on the other. :¬)xxx
Aye the bags..Unfortunately my musical ability is akin to two cats shagging and/or fighting but I am doing it to keep the allure of Auld Alba in me as I age.Cheers...
My big foot has no yet stopped tapping.
Sausage; If nothing else it keeps unwanted varmin away from the house! :¬)
Chef; And the little foot? :¬)
It makes me jump up and down whilst remaining seated.Great for the gluteals.
Think I'll put this on as loud as possible tomorrow at work. :)Thanks for the smile...and the foot that won't stop tapping.
Pat; Isn't it just great? I would love to hear this live! :¬)
hope; Play it loud, play it proud! :¬)xxx
All; Forgive me. I've been doing some researching, and it seems to me that he is playing 'border' pipes. Which look to me to be a morph of 'bag' or 'war' pipes & the Irish Uillen pipes. Though the fingering is definitely trad bagpipes. Anyone??