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Re: Using chords "like uilleann regulators" ?
« Reply #20 on: June 20, 2013, 08:18:51 AM »

I love the way some Irish pipers sort of disappear into the instrument during play. Bit like a hermit crab drawing into its shell, intense concentration I guess.

Yes, lovely speed (might we make this a 'whole forum' topic  >:E ) and until he let fly with those regulators to me it could have been one of the Bourbonnais ma├»tre sonneurs holding forth. Both have D drone and my ear may have picked that out.

Wow! What virtuosity. The right arm is playing tune, dabbing chords and keeping the bag pumped up! No surprised he didn't get to look up! And to mount another hobby horse, a spendid example of what can be achieved by sticking to a tune rather than blasting into the next medley fragment.  :|glug
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