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7.4) What about general interest books on piping?




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This article is from the Bagpipe FAQ, by Denise McNickle denisem@southwind.net with numerous contributions by others.

7.4) What about general interest books on piping?

The following books have been mentioned often. Sources, if available, are
given in brackets. Addresses for the sources appear in part 2.

Baines, Anthony, "Bagpipes", Oxprint Ltd., 1960, ISSN 0306-7343

Breathnach, Brendan, "Ceol Rince na hEireann" (vol 1-3) [Na Piobari
Uilleann]

Butler, Richard, "A Tutor for the Northumbrian Pipes" [Northumbrian
Pipers Society]

Butler, Richard, "A Handbook for the Northumbrian Pipes" [Northumbrian
Pipers Society]

Cannon, R.D., "The Highland Bagpipe and its Music", John Donald
Publishers Ltd., Edinburgh, 1988, ISBN 0-85976-153-3.

Cannon, R.D. (ed), "Joseph Macdonald's compleat Theory of the Scots
Highland Bagpipe", The Piobaireachd Society, ISBN 1-898405-41-7.

Cannon, R.D., "A Bibliography of Bagpipe Music", Glasgow, Bell & Bain
Ltd, 1980, ISBN 0-85976-024-3

Cocks, W., and Bryan, "The Northumbrian Bagpipe" (out of print)
[Northumbrian Pipers Society] NOTE: This book, though mentioned
often, has long been out of print.

Garvin, Wilbert, "The Irish bagpipes : their construction and
maintenance", Belfast, Blackstaff Press, 1978, ISBN 0-85640-149-8.

Krassen, Miles, "O'Neill's Music of Ireland", New York, Oak,
1976, ISBN 0-8256-0173-8.

Pondos, Theodor H., "Bagpipes and Tunings", Information Coordinators
Inc., 1435-37 Randolph St., Detroit, Mich., 48226, ISBN 911772-52-9.

Routledge, Tomas O'Canainn and Kegan, Paul, "Traditional Music in
Ireland", London, Henley and Boston, 1978

 

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