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Ronan Browne accompanying vocalist Róisín Elsafty on the lullaby "Seóithín Seó."
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Love his B set. Really nice restrained use use of his regs for a one note at a time harmony accompaniment.

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How did I miss this until now: Leo Rowsome Documentary

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This is from 2010, but it looks it wasn't ever posted here.
Barbara Allen and two reels, played on Uilleann pipes by multi-instrumentalist and pipemaker John Pedersen, who runs the Amazing Grace Music store in San Anselmo, California.

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Though he has been making pipes for a few decades, his name always seems to slip through the cracks in discussions of pipemakers.
I met him earlier this year at his store when I was in the area, and discussed options for new pipes. He's quite an an interesting fellow. He said he doesn't play the pipes as much as he used to due to shoulder pain in recent years.
A lady brought in a fiddle that she was having a bit of trouble with, so he picked it up to test out, and absolutely went to town on it. She said something like, "Well, the problem must be my playing and not the fiddle!"


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Patricia Connery busking in Glendalough, County Wicklow; explaining the instrument and then playing "Táimse im' Chodladh."

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Gearoid O’hAllurabhain at Cap des Rosiers. The coffin ship, the Carricks of Whitehaven was wrecked here in 1847 with the loss of over 100 lives.

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Faliq Auri, the Malaysian piper, playing the jig "The Rolling Wave."
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Patricia Connery busking in Glendalough, County Wicklow; explaining the instrument and then playing "Táimse im' Chodladh."

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Is that a set by Geoff Wooff?


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PadraigB wrote:
RenaissanceGuy wrote:
Patricia Connery busking in Glendalough, County Wicklow; explaining the instrument and then playing "Táimse im' Chodladh."

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Is that a set by Geoff Wooff?


According to the description on this other video of Pat Connery playing "Easter Snow" (audio not so great, unfortunately; it seems it was recorded on a phone from some distance away), yes, it is a Geoff Wooff set. It's described as "a set of pipes made by Geoff Wooff - exact copy of a set by Denis Harrington who exhibited at The Cork Exhibition 1956."


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