I love Bag Pipes, they give me goose bumps, so does the Didgeridoo……..there is something about ‘Tribal’ music that moves me to the core.
I’ll be back in a jiffy.
Here in Glastonbury, we have a lot of street musicians. recently we had a piper (who got mixed reactions, but I liked it), but what you would have really loved was a Digeridoo player in the White Spring well house. With it’s domed brick roof, the acoustics were amazing. The vibrations seemed to go through you- just magical!
What is going on Sandi? This is a rather random post! I’m intrigued.
I was thinking the same! I bet she’s off to find a Youtube vid to share!
Did you ever see / hear the guy who used to play the bagpipes under the clocks? He was amazing. I used to go past him every evening on the way home from work. I don’t know if he still plays there, I haven’t been into the city in yonks!
Love the bagpipes myself. Be interesting to find the story behind this one!
what the? you finally gone crazy my friend?
HEY!!!!!!! where’d you go 🙂
Here’s a great link for some irish uilleann pipes
Just copy & paste it into google search, i think you’ll like
Lol Karen x
Hey, you can’t just say that and then disappear!! Come back! 🙂
This is like a cliffhanger post! I love the pipes too – always make me feel a bit emotional! I blame it on my Scottish grandfather! x
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