Traditional Gaelic Piping, 1745-1945

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This study chronicles the decline of traditional Highland Gaelic bagpiping - and Gaelic culture as a whole - and provides examples of traditional bagpipe music that have survived in the New World. It also shows how pipers and piping contibuted to social integration in the days of the clan system.

Traditional Gaelic Piping, 1745-1945 1998, McGill-Queen's University Press

ISBN-13: 9780773515413

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