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  • Author:
    Davy Spillane
  • ISBN:
    1857200586
  • ISBN13:
    978-1857200584
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  • Publisher:
    Waltons Irish Music (September 1, 2011)
  • Pages:
    48 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Music
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  • Rating:
    4.1
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Waltons Irish Music Books). Designed for the complete beginner, here is a comprehensive tutor from one of Ireland's best known and most innovative pipe players. With a book full of history.

Waltons Irish Music Books).

Davy Spillane (born 1959 in Dublin) is an Irish musician, songwriter and a player of uilleann pipes and low whistle. At the age of 12, Spillane started playing the uilleann pipes. His father encouraged him and inspired him with his love of all music genres. For the next three years he played at sessions and met many prominent Irish musicians. At the age of 16, he played in Ireland, the United Kingdom and Europe. In 1978 he began to write his own music.

Davy Spillane's instinctive feel, love and understanding of the uilleann pipes and traditional music forms places him apart as a musician. In this book he dispells the myth that they are one of the most difficult instruments to learn. He explains simple piping for the beginner and progresses step by step through the problems a beginner may experience

Davy Spillane, Tommy Walsh. Waltons Irish Music Books).

Davy Spillane, Tommy Walsh. With a book full of history, photos and music, Spillane makes this challenging instrument a joy to learn. Davy Spillane's instinctive feel, love and understanding of the uilleann pipes and traditional music forms places him apart as a musician. In this book he dispells the myth that they are one of the most difficult instruments to learn

Davy Spillane's instinctive feel, love and understanding of the uilleann pipes and traditional music forms places him apart as a musician. ISBN13:9781857200584.

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by Davy Spillane and Tommy Walsh. Very few musical instruments in the world enjoy so much praise for their beauty, myth and extraordinary sound as the uilleann pipes. CLEARANCE PRICED! Very few musical instruments in the world enjoy so much praise for their beauty, myth and extraordinary sound as the uilleann pipes. This book attempts to dispel the belief that it is also the hardest to play. Lots of Irish tunes and a supportive, careful method of teaching.

Davy Spillane - Waltons Irish Music. Davy Spillane Uileann Pipe Tutor. Davy Spillane - Waltons Irish Music. In this book, we don't try to take away any of this beauty or myth, but we do attempt to lessen the opinion that they are one of the most difficult instruments to learn. In its most basic form, we explain simple piping designed for the absolute beginner moving step by step through the problems the newcomer will experience.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Davy Spillane Uilleann Pipe Tutor by. .The New Approach to Uilleann Piping: Comprehensive Instruction for the Irish Uilleann Pipes by . Clarke (Paperback, 1998).

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(Waltons Irish Music Books). Designed for the complete beginner, here is a comprehensive tutor from one of Ireland's best known and most innovative pipe players. With a book full of history, photos and music, Spillane makes this challenging instrument a joy to learn. Davy Spillane's instinctive feel, love and understanding of the uilleann pipes and traditional music forms places him apart as a musician. In this book he dispells the myth that they are one of the most difficult instruments to learn. He explains simple piping for the beginner and progresses step by step through the problems a beginner may experience. Songs: Garrett Barry's * The Dawning of the Day (Fainne Gael An Lae) * The Humours of Tulla * The Kid on the Mountain * The Battering Ram * The Twopenny Bit * The Sligo Maid * Paidin O' Raifeartaigh * The Kesh * The Liverpool Hornpipe * The Rights of Man * The Sally Gardens * Heather Breezes * The Stack of Barley * Coppers and Brasses * Hunting the Hare * The Copperplate * The Traveller * The Wise Maid * Drowsey Maggie * Saddle the Pony * The Green Groves of Eireann * The Honeysuckle Rose * The Rambling Pitchfork * Hardiman, The Fiddler * The Boyne Hunt * The Mountain Road * Donnybrook Fair * The Clare Jig * The Silver Sphere * Drops of Brandy * Kiss the Maid Behind the Bar * The Boys of Bluehill * The Lark in the Morning * Star of Munster * The Cup of Tea * The Harp That Once Through Tara's * Hallolling on the Ryegrass * Gander in the Pratie Hole * Harvest Home * Morrison's Jig * The Butterfly.

SoSok
Disappointing. Mostly a tunes book, and tunes can be found elsewhere. Was hoping to get more physical details on how to play the actual instrument, which is the farthest from intuitive of any of the instruments I've ever tried. Not sure how much input Davy, a true master, actually had.
Ranenast
I first tried this book and found it confusing. Being and experienced piper on the Highland pipes for 40 years and being familiar with reading and playing music, I found this book more confusing than helpful. If you are trying to learn Uilleann Pipes without a tutor buy "The New Approach To Uilleann Piping" by Heather Clarke that book with the CD included will help you learn the Uilleann pipes. The CD is narrated in a clear voice and uses good English without slang so it can be understood by those who speak American English. The musical instrument played in the lessons are a practice set without drones so you will be able to better compare your notes to theirs. The lesson structure will have you learning finger placement to achieve notes on the chanter and teach you how to read music as well. Note combinations are introduced to you in print and sound to show you how to get from one note to another and then tunes are played in their entirety so you can play along as you learn at you own pace.
Ce
Has tunes friendly for uilleann pipes ~ The Good
If you want to learn uilleann pipes I suggest joining NPU http://pipers.ie where you can learn tunes by watching videos specifically designed for learning because the tutor plays the tune slowly, then each part with detailed suggestions, and finally at speed. The tune score can be printed as well. Tools for repairing pipes, instructional DVDs for tuning, playing, etc., lists of instructors and pipe makers. A great resource. http://pipers.ie
VizoRRR
This book is useless for beginners. It does not cover basic issues, it jumps stright to some some
songs. No information about coping with elemental problems that the beginner will face
when starting with the instrument. No info about ornamentation, rolls etc.