Bagpipes – Leo Rowsome. Layout, Photography By – Jeffrey Craig. Recorded By – Peter Hunt. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.34001, CC1. Leo Rowsome. The King Of The Pipers (CD, Album). Shanachie, Shanachie.
Bagpipes – Leo Rowsome. This version with purple and white labels and different label layout.
1. Cath Eachdruime (The Battle of Aughrim) March.
Leo Rowsome (5 April 1903 - 20 September 1970) was the third generation of an unbroken line of uilleann pipers. He was performer, manufacturer and teacher of the uilleann pipes - the complete master of his instrument. He devoted his entire life to the uilleann pipes. Samuel Rowsome, Leo’s grandfather sent his sons, John, Thomas and William to a German teacher of music who resided in Ferns, near their home in Co. Wexford to learn the theory of music and how to play various instruments. The King of the Pipers. Tis is the first LP of uilleann pipe music ever,.
King Of The Pipers Leo Rowsome. Released: Jun 3, 1966. 1966 Claddagh Records. See All. Classics of Irish Piping. The Drones and the Chanters Vol 1.
For this album Leo Rowsome put together a carefully balanced programme of piping classics to create a piping master-class. His definitive version of The Coolin is followed by a glorious pair of classic jigs The Pipe on the Hob and The Bride's Favourite (feared by fiddlers for its relentless arpeggios).
More of Leo's 78 RPM recordings may be heard on the CD "Classics of Irish Piping" on the Topic label. Leo's 50s LP Ri Na Bpiobairi (The King Of The Pipers) has also been reissued on CD. Walton's has published an excellent book of Leo's transcriptions, the Leo Rowsome Collection of Irish Music. Identifier euceOfPipering. Keywords Irish, Celtic, Bagpipe, Uilleann, Folk, Oldtime, 78rpm. 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
|1||Cath Eachdruime (The Battle of Aughrim) March Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|2||The Kerry Jig/Ballintore Fancy Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|3||The Old Man Rocking the Cradle Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|4||Will You Come Down to Limerick?/Hardiman the Fiddler Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|5||The Death of Stalker Wallace Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|6||Madame Bonaparte Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|7||Molloy's Favourite/My Sweetheart Jane Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|8||The Derry Hornpipe Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|9||Rí Na Bpíobairí (The King of the Pipers) Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|10||An Chúilfhionn (The Coolin) Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|11||The Pipe on the Hob/Bride's Favourite Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|12||The Fox Chase||Leo Rowsome|
|13||An Buachaill Caol Dubh (The Dark Slender Boy) Sean Aerach||Leo Rowsome|
|14||Planxty Browne||Leo Rowsome|
|15||Jenny's Wedding/Lord Macdonald Traditional||Leo Rowsome|
|16||O'Carolan's Concerto/Planxty Davis Turlough O'Carolan||Leo Rowsome|
Performer: Leo Rowsome
Title: The King of the Pipers
Style: Celtic,Irish Folk,Pipe Bands
Recording location: Peter Hunt Studios, Dublin, Ireland
Size MP3: 1408 mb
Size FLAC: 1403 mb
Rating: 4.1 / 5
Other Formats: WAV AHX VOC MIDI APE DMF