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Leo Rowsome - Rí Na bPíobairí - The King Of The Pipers flac album Performer: Leo Rowsome
Title: Rí Na bPíobairí - The King Of The Pipers
Style: Celtic
Released: 1959
Country: Ireland
MP3 album: 1506 mb
FLAC album: 1984 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: MP4 WAV VOC DTS AUD FLAC APE
Genre: Folk / World music

Complete your Leo Rowsome collection. Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. More Images. Leo Rowsome ‎– Rí Na bPíobairí - The King Of The Pipers. Genre: Folk, World, & Country.

Bagpipes – Leo Rowsome. Layout, Photography By – Jeffrey Craig. Recorded By – Peter Hunt. This version with purple and white labels and different label layout. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All.

Leo Rowsome The frieze breeches seven part. Leo Rowsome An Buachaill Caol Dubh. Leo Rowsome The Fox Chase. Leo Rowsome Cath Eachdhruime (The Battle of Aughrim).

Leo Rowsome (5 April 1903 - 20 September 1970) was the third generation of an unbroken line of uilleann pipers. He was a performer, manufacturer and teacher of the uilleann pipes throughout his life. Samuel Rowsome, Leo’s grandfather sent his sons, John, Thomas and William to a German teacher of music who lived in Ferns, near their home in County Wexford to learn the theory of music and how to play various instruments. This knowledge was passed on through William to his son, Leo who made good use of it in his teaching, writing music for his many pupils  . Leo was the first Irish artist to perform on BBC TV (1933). He made many recordings for Decca, Columbia and HMV. His last commercial recording, CC1 Ri na bPiobairi (King of the Pipers) was made for Claddagh Records in 1966. In 1934 Leo married Helena Williams, from Taghmon, Co. Wexford. They had two sons, Leon Rowsome (1936-1994), Liam Rowsome (1939-1997) and twin daughters, Helena and Olivia. All four showed musical talent on a variety of instruments

The King of the Pipers. Source and other information. Shanachie 34001, 1992. Reissue of Rí na bPíobairí, Claddagh CC1, 1959. What Does this Page Tell You? Each Irish tune on this album was identified after a careful, expert comparison of this recorded performance against all other tunes in the Irish Traditional Music Tune Index. The blue column shows just the most established tune title

1. Cath Eachdruime (The Battle of Aughrim) March. Rí Na Bpíobairí (The King of the Pipers). 10. An Chúilfhionn (The Coolin).

Rí na bPíobairí . 2. O'Carolan's Concerto /Planxty Davis. 3. An Chúilfhionn . 4. The Pipe on the Hob/The Bride's Favourite. 6. An Buachaill Caol Dubh . 7. Jenny's Wedding/Lord MacDonald. 9. Cath eachdhruime . The Kerry Jig/The Ballintore Fancy. 11. The Old Man Rocking the Cradle. 12. Molloy's Favourite/My Sweetheart Jane. 13. Madame Bonaparte. The tambre of his homemade master crafted set of pipes is filled with life. His love and sensitivity in performance of these selections is unrivaled.

Tracklist

Rí Na bPíobairí (The King Of The Pipers)
O'Carolan's Concerto - Planxty Davis 4:30
An Chúilfhionn (The Coolin) 2:40
The Pipe On The Hob - The Bride's Favourite 3:00
The Fox Chase 3:25
An Buachaill Caol Dubh (The Dark Slender Boy)
Jenny's Wedding - Lord MacDonald
Planxty Browne
Cath Eachdhruime -The Battle Of Aughrim) 2:31
The Kerry Jim - The Ballintore Fancy 2:00
The Old Man Rocking The Cradle 2:40
Molloy's Favourite - My Sweetheart Jane 3:38
Madame Bonaparte 1:12
The Death Of Staker Wallace 6:39
Will You Come Down To Limerick? Hardiman The Fiddler
The Derry Hornpipe

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CC1 Leo Rowsome Rí Na bPíobairí - The King Of The Pipers ‎(LP, Album) Claddagh Records CC1 Ireland 1959
CC1 Leo Rowsome Rí Na bPíobairí - The King Of The Pipers ‎(LP, Album) Claddagh Records CC1 Ireland 1980
34001, CC1 Leo Rowsome The King Of The Pipers ‎(CD, Album) Shanachie, Shanachie 34001, CC1 US 1992
CC01CD Leo Rowsome Rí Na bPíobairí - The King Of The Pipers ‎(CD, Album) Claddagh Records CC01CD Ireland Unknown