|Statement||by W. A. Cocks and J. F. Bryan.|
|Contributions||Bryan, J. F.|
An update by Geoff Hore The writing in black font is from A Bibliography of Bagpipe Music. The update comments are in blue font. In the original edition of the Bibliography Cannon listed this book and The Northumbrian Pipers’ Tunebook (No ) by Forster Charlton, Colin Ross and Roland Wright as separate publications. However, the edition of book No , which appeared. The Northumbrian Piper’s Pocket – Yellow Book £ Add to basket; A Selection of tunes for the Border Bagpipe £ Add to basket; The First 30 Tunes Book £ Add to basket. The Northumbrian bagpipes. by Cocks, W. A. and Bryan, J. F. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A detailed account of the construction of Northumbrian smallpipes written by William Alfred Cocks and Jim F. Bryan was published in by the Northumbrian Pipers' Society; it was very influential in promoting a revival of pipemaking from that time. This is now out of print, however.
Richard Butler Richard Butler, The Duke of Northumberland's Piper, is an internationally renown Northumbrian Piper who has produced a number of solo and accompanied recordings and has written a basic tutor and an in-depth maintenance manual for the pipes. A friend recently gave me a copy of the Northumbrian Small Pipes 1 st tune book. I had a copy already but this one was from a charity shop in Carlisle, Cumbria. He . Find out more about England's only surviving bagpipe tradition. Piping Groups. Find groups near to you. Learn More. Latest News. Stay up to date with the latest news from the Northumbrian Pipers’ Society. See All Latest News. NPS Virtual AGM/President’s Day – Sat 7 . The Northumbrian Pipers' Society. likes. The Northumbrian Small Pipes are a sweet-sounding bagpipe with a continuous tradition of playing. They developed in the north east of England, particularly.
In the s I recorded the whole of the Northumbrian Pipers’ First Tune book and released the recordings as a cassette. I play each tune ONLY ONCE with NO repeats. So it is instructional. I no longer produce the cassette, but a few people have asked for a copy. Rather than selling it, I’m making the recordings available free of charge. We have a number of resources available for those learning to play pipes. The best way to learn is to find a good and experienced teacher, and you should be able to find someone on our Piping Teachers page. There are also regular courses throughout the country which are advertised in our Events listings.. Learning Resources. Northumbrian bagpipe "Jock of Hazeldene," traditional Northumbrian song: performed by Neal MacMillan on modern Northumbrian small-pipes. Literature of the Bagpipe – Northumbrian Music By Roderick D Cannon THE small-pipe of Northumberland is sometimes confused with the Irish pipe on account of its also being blown by bellows, but it is in fact an entirely distinctive instrument, and perhaps the least known of the bagpipes.