Catherine Ashcroft & Maurice Dickson (Mochara) - Táimse im' Chodladh/King of the Pipers

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Catherine Ashcroft & Maurice Dickson (Mochara) - Táimse im' Chodladh/King of the Pipers 5
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Slow Air "Táimse im' Chodladh" played on Uilleann Pipes followed by "King of the Pipers" Jig.
Recorded and filmed by Samuel Dalferth. Mixed and mastered by Maurice Dickson

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Who the fa*k would dislike this? Got my heart in the very first note! <3 Uilleann pipes!

Author — TheSnakeCharmer

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piping makes me homesick for a land I've never been too

Author — Trey Greene

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It touches something very ancient in our minds

Author — Colonel White

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“The great Gaels of Ireland are the men that God made mad,
For all their wars are merry, and all their songs are sad.”

Author — Mygoogleaccount

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Táimse im’Chodladh is a special song to me because I heard it performed live on my first night in Ireland. It was my first time ever out of the country and Ireland was already special because my mom is Irish. It was in a pub owned by a group of friends who all played instruments and performed in front of the customers; they’re called The Merry Ploughboys. The whole night they were playing lively songs which everyone loved, but when one of them started playing this, the building got quiet and tranquil. The sound of the Uileann pipes whistled through the souls of everyone in that room. The experience I had that night stays with me and I’ve always wanted to go back to Ireland to see more of its beautiful landscapes and to that pub to hear this piece again. An absolutely beautiful song

Author — ndefranz 30

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When music makes you sing its great.when music makes you tap your foot its exellent.when music makes you whistle and feel good that is lovely. BUT when music makes the hair stand up on the back of your neck and makes you cry for your opresses ancesters. AND makes you wanna dedicate the rest of your live to learning the instrument so you can make other people feel the way you feel. NOW THATS MUSIC.well done

Author — Greg Duff

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These pipes do something to the soul. Uilleann Pipes are so very haunting. They have the power to somehow move me to tears. It must be inside me. I am Highlander maybe that's it, I don't know but the sound really does move me in ways no other instrument does...I could listen to this instrument all day long. I want to learn but cant now since I had 2 strokes and have lost the use of one hand ...sadly.

Author — Flower

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'...And on the Eighth Day - He created the Uilleann Pipes'

Author — John Gordon

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Hats off to Samuel Dalferth on an excellent recording. Got the sound just right.

Author — morocco2

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This young lady's uilleann pipe playing is supernatural and sends me plummeting into the mystic every time I hear it

Author — A66omd

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She plays those pipes as if she has 30 years experience under her belt. Amazing tone, style and control

Author — Des Sullivan

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Táimse im' Chodladh - literaly means "I'm in my sleep" - the cultural inference is deeper and more spiritual - The Irishman.

Author — Max Modine

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We as humans will never tire if these sounds. It's in our inner souls.

Author — Brian Thomas

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Catherine Ashcroft is a fabulous piper, and indeed Maurice Dickson is a genius on the guitar as well as singing.

Author — Sean Coyne

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I don’t know why or how but the first piece touches me deeply and then comes the dance; absolutely wonderful. Thank you.

Author — cliffjamesmusic

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WHAT A TALENT, OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AND PITCH, SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT THIS LASS.

Author — Michael Kelly

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Thank heaven there are still people around to keep the tradition alive.

Author — Jim Fell

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This young lady is self taught on the pipes! Excellent talent

Author — paul comerford

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The soul which speaks through this performance cannot be taught, learnt nor bought. It is from the heart of the performer and it is this, together with her virtuosity and ear which makes this piece sublimely outstanding

Author — Celticwoman

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This music is so awesome Irish music is so great greetings from Denmark

Author — John Nielsen