Northumbrian

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Jack Armstrong (piper)
... Jack Armstrong (1904–1978) was an influential performer on the Northumbrian smallpipes ... he recalled regular dances at Powburn, led by The Northumbrian Minstrels, Billy Atkinson on melodeon, Jack Thompson also on fiddle, and Bob Clark on drums ... the most widely known player of the Northumbrian smallpipes, and did much to raise awareness of the instrument ...
List Of Published Bagpipe Music - Northumbrian Smallpipes
... Smallpipe Tunes from the Northumbrian Minstrelsy - NPS Billy Pigg, The Border Minstrel, Adrian Schofield and Julia Say - NPS (2 vols.) The Clough Family of Newsham, Chris Ormston and Julia Say (2000) - NPS ...
Northumbrian Smallpipes
... The Northumbrian smallpipes (also known as the Northumbrian pipes) are bellows-blown bagpipes from North East England ... The Northumbrian smallpipe's chanter having a completely closed end, combined with the unusually tight fingering style (each note is played by lifting ... A detailed account of the construction of Northumbrian smallpipes written by William Alfred Cocks and Jim F ...
Beadwulf - Historical Context
... The latter part of the eighth century was a tumultuous era in Northumbrian history ... of Wessex and his army at Dore was sufficient to obtain Northumbrian submission, the once-dominant Kingdom of Northumbria disappeared into history ... certainly likely that the bishopric simply withered and died along with the other Northumbrian bishoprics ...
Pehthelm - Background
... that had previously been dominant in the northern Northumbrian territory of Bernicia, and aligned Northumbria with the continental church organisation favoured by Northumbria's southern ... Archbishop of Canterbury, who created several bishoprics out of Northumbrian territory, with the intent that they be subordinate to Canterbury rather than to York ... circa 730 in Galloway, which was then under Northumbrian rule ...