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Uilleann pipes

Yizie Wikipiideɛ
uilleann vɔɛ
Subclass ofbagpipes Maale eŋ
Indigenous toIreland Maale eŋ
Country of originRepublic of Ireland Maale eŋ
Intangible cultural heritage statusRepresentative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, Ireland’s National Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage Maale eŋ
Described at URLhttps://ich.unesco.org/en/RL/01264, https://ich.unesco.org/fr/RL/01264, https://ich.unesco.org/es/RL/01264, https://nationalinventoryich.chg.gov.ie/uilleann-piping/ Maale eŋ
Hornbostel-Sachs classification422.122.2+422.221.1 Maale eŋ
A half-set being played

A uilleann pipes (/ˈɪlən/ ⓘ IL-ən or /ˈɪljən/ IL-yən,    ), ka ba maŋ la boɔla Irish Bagpipes saŋa kaŋa, waa la a paaloŋ zaa bagpipe waaloŋ a yi a Ireland poɔ. Ka a Bɔrfɔ kɔkɔreŋ poɔ ka ba maŋ boɔla ka "union pipes", kyɛ pampana eŋ ka o yuori ŋa a Irish kɔkɔre leɛre poɔŋ ka o waa píobaí uilleann (muni pelaaŋ, "pipes of the elbow"), a yi lɛ ŋa ba naŋ maŋ fuura o. A dabaŋkoroŋ poɔŋ a yuori bee a tɛɛme uilleann pipes da ba kye be sɛre kyɛ ka a 20th century da ta. O da waa la a Grattan Flood bomaale boŋ[1] aneŋ a yuori stuck ŋa. Noba da maŋ de la a tɛɛme 'union' ba bambo poɔŋ a ko a 1800 Act of Union; Breandán Breathnach yeli ka ŋaa ba tori a yi o yeliweeraa o naŋ sɛge a yuoni 1796 poɔ ka o de a tɛɛme 'union' ŋa.[2]

A uilleann pipes woɔ bee kɔre maŋ paale saseɛ a yi a fufuura sɛŋ saŋa o naŋ maŋ fuure yi o seɛ sɛŋ aneŋ o nu duri sɛŋ (ka a fufuura wa wa waa duri daana; kyɛ ka anaŋ wa wa waa gɔɔre daana eŋ a boma beebo zie maŋ leɛre la). A muni sigibo ba maŋ deɛ a fufuura yi dɔgeroŋ fuure emmo a gɔre poɔ yoŋ, kyɛ a lɛ maŋ soŋ la ka a saseɛ kooni paale a reeds poɔ, lɛ maŋ vɛŋ la ka maaroŋ ba la be o poɔ leɛrɛ aneŋ gɔɔre beŋ. Fufuura mine na baŋ maŋ yeli la yɛlɛ kora neɛ bee yiele kyɛ fuura gba. A woɔ ŋa naŋ maŋ paale ne saseɛ a be a fufuura kpaŋkpagoli kaŋa, maŋ ŋmeɛle la a woɔ bee kɔre ka a saseɛ yi eŋ a reeds (ka lɛ maŋ vɛŋ ka a yieŋ bie waana).

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Dabaŋkoroŋ[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

Tuning[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

Boŋ ŋme boma parɛɛ parɛɛ[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

O zannoo piiloo[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

Starter or Practice Set

O zannoo so kyɛlee[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

Uilleann Pipes drones

O zannoo paalee[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

A full set of Uillean pipes.
Full set
Richard "Dicky" Deegan, piper, busking with his full set in Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia in 1995

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Sommo yizie[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

Baŋ ka

Bibliography

  • Brian E. McCandless. "The Pastoral Bagpipe" Iris na bPiobairi (The pipers review); 17 (Spring 1998), 2: p. 19–28.
  • O'Farrell's Treatise on the Irish Bagpipes (The Union Pipes) 1801

Yeŋe linkiri[maaleŋ | Maale eŋ yizie]

  1. A History of European Folk Music, 1997, by Jan Ling, p. 146 University of Rochester Press (states the uilleann pipe name was invented by Flood)
  2. Tɛmpileti:Cite book