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    1. Kajinn

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      Tune of the Day: Pet of the Pipers Traditional Irish jig This traditional jig also goes by the alternate title “Doherty's Fancy”, which, however, appears to be unique to Francis O'Neill's Irish .
    2. Tonos

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      uilleann pipers. Prefer the Uilleann pipes?, we also offer that option. Visit our dedicated section here. Ideal for weddings and funerals. music for wakes. Another option is a live Irish solo act, duo or band, to perform favourite Irish ballads and tunes. Browse them here. church services.
    3. Kajisar

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      The Burning Of The Piper’s Hut march. Also known as The Burning Of The Piper’s Hat, Burning The Piper’s Hut, The Defaulter’s March. There are 12 recordings of this tune.. The Burning Of The Piper’s Hut has been added to 8 tune sets.
    4. Vojind

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    5. Zule

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      Nov 13,  · However, The Burning of the Piper's Hut is in David Glen book 3. Have a look yourself, they are two different tunes, and Piper's Hut is a 6/8 attributed to Alexander McKellar, P/M of the 78th Highlanders and author of Barren Rocks of Aden, among others. However, it's the Defaulter's Quickstep that bears resemblance to the Piper's Hut we play today.
    6. Tojashakar

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      I think I heard " The Burning of the Piper’s Hut" on an old Battlefield Band album, but maybe in another key, and by another name. Sure sounds familiar. I’ll have to add it to my "to learn" list. I’ve been going through the tune archives and using the Concertina Net abc converter to hear the tunes. I love Bang Your Frog on the Sofa, Will!
    7. Gara

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      The abc website has taken many, many hours of work. If you have found it useful and would like to support its development, please click one of the buttons below (you can either donate via PayPal or with any of the major credit / debit cards).
    8. Taugrel

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      Pipers History. The blend was created by Jimmy Lang and Chivas Brothers master blender, Alan Baillie in , and first launched in the US. Four years later the name ‘Seagram’s’ was added to the label (and remains to this day), and the Scottish flag removed.
    9. Tygotilar

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      Irish pipes need a certain amount of moisture in the air, about 50 per cent humidity, and if the humidity drops to 40 per cent then the reed dries up, and you can't play.

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