INDEX OF ARTICLES & PHOTOS IN AN PÍOBAIRE

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Adams, Nick

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 4-5. "Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy" photos of Nick Adams, Jimmy O' Brien-Moran, Dave Heagarty, Peter Laban, Rory Sommers, Geoff Wooff, John Murphy, Seán Donnelly at WCSS 1985

Addison, Colin

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Alderson, Isaac

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tionól with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Anderson, Ted

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 13-14, "San Francisco" article by Todd Denman about the San Francisco Piper's Tionól with Paddy Keenan playing & doing reedmaking together with Ted Anderson, Tim Britton, John Pedersen, Dave McCort

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Kohler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Angus, Brad

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 13, "Profile of a chimney-sweep piper" article about Brad Angus by Kevin L. Rietmann with photo

Ascroft, Diane

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Arpailange, Roger

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Art of uilleann piping

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 15, "Music from Vol. 2, tutor video" two tunes notated "The Fermoy Lasses" & "Sixpenny money"

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 14-15, "The art of uilleann piping volume" description of the video tutor & the notation to two tunes "The ash plant" & "Tobin's jig"

Aupeit, Hubert

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

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Barnes, Linn

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2001: cover, photo of Linn Barnes at the WCSS, 1999, playing a Froment set, C sharp, made in 1995

Barrett, Peter

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

Barry, Brid

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 4-5, " Tionól Píobaireachta 1991" short article about the tionól by Colm de Brún, pipers Martin Mooney are mentioned together with photos of pipers Brid Barry, Sean Crowe, Geoff Wooff, Ronnie Walthen, Terry Moylan and Brendan Collins

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Barry, Garrett (1847-1891)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 7, Meitheamh 1980: page 4, "Garrett Barry" article about Garrett Barry of Inagh transcribed from an interview of Jack Donoghue, recorded by Seámus MacMathuna in the late 1950's

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 4, "Garrett Barry" article about Garrett Barry of Inagh transcribed from an interview of Jack Donoghue, recorded by Seámus MacMathuna in the late 1950's

Vol 3. no. 16, September 1993: page 10-12, "Willie Clancy Summer School 1993" opening speech by Mary Robinson, the President of Ireland & photo of President Robinson & Junior Crehan

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 5, "Garrett Barry commemoration" announcment about the commemoration and the unveiling of a memorial stone on Saturday 19th December 1999

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 5, "Garrett Barry memorial" article about the ceremony at Inagh cemetery, mentioned are pipers John Reid and Pat Mitchell. Pat gave a talk about Garrett Barry

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 16-19, "Garrett Barry - the Clare piper" Pat Mitchell's talk at the unveiling of the Garrett Barry memorial stone at Inagh cemetary on 19th Dec. 1999. Willie Clancy and Mickey Cumbaw O'Sullivan are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 22, "photo of John Reid playing at the unveiling of the Garrett Barry memorial in Inagh, 19 december, 1999"

Barry, Joe

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 10-11, "Templemore Tionól 1994" account from the Tipperary Star the 29th Oct. of the tionól. Martin Rochford, Dennis Brooks & Joe Barry are among the many pipers mentioned in the article

Barry, Leonard

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 9-10, "Kilkenny Piping School" article by Pat Murphy. Students at the school are John Tuohy, David Tuohy & Michael Foley. Photos of Leonard Barry & Pat Murphy playing John Tuohy's Coyne B set and a group photo of Pat Murphy, Michael Foley, Leonard Barry, David Touhy, John Touhy Jnr. by John Touhy Snr.

Barry, Margaret

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 16-17, "Seanchas: Pipers and plumes" newspaper article from 1957 about Robert Thompson, Margaret Barry's grandfather. Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome, Willie Reynolds and Seán Reid are also mentioned

Barton, Dick

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

Bashford, Matthew

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig: page 4, "Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thiamhumhan - Thomond Pipers Club" announcement of Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thiamhumhan with teachers Matthew Bashford, Máire Ni Ghráda & Michael Dunne

Beamonde, Eduardo

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Beirne, Martin
Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 13, "Hennelly pipes" an article by Michael A. Dow about a set of Hennelly pipes purchased from Rick O'Shea. Michael tells of having access to Hennelly's handwritten notes owned by Kevin Henry. Hennelly made a set of pipes for Joe Shannon in 1934. The Hennelly set owned by Rick O'Shea was originally made for Martin Beirne in 1938 with bellows by Matt Kiernan. 3 photos of bellows made by Michael A. Dow Belfast Tionól

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 7, "Belfast Tionól" photos of Darragh Murray, Trevor Stewart, Paddy Davey and Barry Kerr, photos by Pier Kuipers

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darch Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Bettystown Tionól 1997

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 16-18, "Last year in Bettystown: a look back at a great piping weekend" account of the 1997 Bettystown Tionól by Joe Crane with photo of Joe Doyle playing his Taylor style 4 reg. set. Pipers Paddy O'Connor of Dundalk, his son Michael and Finbar McLaughlin are among those mentioned

Bhreathnach, Mary-Clare

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 10, "Mary-Clare Bhreathnach" Mary-Clare left NPU on the 11th of May, a short tribute

Bidel, Luc

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Blind Tipp: see Hyland, Edward Keating

Bojkovsky, Suzanne

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McMcarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Bonamy, Michel

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 6, "High jinks in Henrietta Street" article about a musical evening at Henrietta Street, Saturday 19th of December 1984, photos of Eugene Lambe, Michael Bonamy, Margaret Barry (whistle) Seosamhin Ní Bheaglaoich (sng) & Dick Grant

Bondy, Dave

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

Bourke, Johnny (1948-1990)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 8, "For sale" price lists for pipes by pipemakers Robett A. White, Johnny Bourke & Arie De Keyzer

Vol 3. no. 4 September 1990: page 8-9, "Johnny Bourke 1948-1990" photo & article about pipemaker Johnny Bourke, by Des Spillane

Bowen, ?

Vol. 4. no 8 Nollaig 2000: page 22-23, "Seanchas: Irish pipes and pipers" articles from "The Irish Times" Dublin, Oct 29th, & 1st Nov, 1910 about Canon Goodman & John Hingston with mention of a piper called Bowen. Also an article from "The Irishman" Belfast, 19th May, 1917 with the following pipers listed, Rowsome, Flanagan Snr., Flanangan Jnr., Kenny, Potts and Eamonn Ceannt

Bradford, Trent

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Bradley, Maurice

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 8-9, "News from the colonies - part 1997" article by Joe Crane about the Tyneside Irish Festival with Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, a vist to Edinburgh with a mention of Harry Lawson, Jackie McIiduff & Maurice Bradley and lastly to Morpeth and a visit from Robbie Hannan and Brian Howard

Braun, Heinz

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 5, "Heinz Braun & Wilbert Garvin" article by Wilbert and photo of Wilbert & Heinz

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: cover, Photo of Martin Leopold & Heinz Braun at the Rosslare Tionól March, 1998

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Breathnach, Brendán (1912-1985)

Sraith II, Uimh.2, Mean Fomhair 1978, page 3, "From the archives" five tunes from the notations of Brother Gildas: Jenny's welcome to Charley, Jig from James Burke, The ships are sailing, Jig from R. L. O'Mealy, The dairymaid from Leo Rowsome

Sraith II, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 3, "Music from the Feis Ceoil" article about the tunes played, and recordings (wax cylinders) that were made, plus correction of names of pipers and tunes, by Brendán Breathnach, four tunes transcribed without names

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 6, "Piping in Wicklow (II)" article about the early history of piping in Wicklow

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 3, photo of Breandán Breathnach & Muiris Ó Rócháin at the Half-yearly meeting

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 8, "Piping in Wicklow (III)" about John Cash

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 7, "Piping in Wicklow V" article about Johnny & Felix Doran

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 10-12, "Willie Clancy Summer School 1993" opening speech by Mary Robinson, the President of Ireland & photo of President Robinson & Junior Crehan

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page13, "Bettystown, many years ago" photo taken at Bettystown in the mid-1970's by Ken McLeod of Wilbert Garvin, Brendán Breathnach, Liam O'Flynn, Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 16, "From the turn of the century" photo of Andy Mulligan and amongst others Breandán Breathnach's parents

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 23, "Photographs from the 1970's" photo from éigse na Trionóide 1976 with Brendán Breathnach, Pat Mitchell, Brian Gallaher, Dan O'Dowd & Mícheál Ó Briain, photo from the Piper's Club, Thomas St., Dublin c. 1970 with Leon Rowsome, Lonon Byrbe, Donncha Ó Briain, Mick Tuohy, Mícheál Ó Briain, Gabriel McKeon, Eamonn Lane, Terry Mohan, Peter McKenna, Kevin McKenna, Michael Bryson

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 14-15, "Music of Leo Rowsome" tunes from a manuscript given by Terry Moylan to Brendán Breathnach 21st Oct., 1975. The tunes are, "The flax in bloom", "The milestone", "The dairymaid", "Brian Boru's march", "When the cock crows it's dawn", "The cook in the kitchen", "The boys of the lough"

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 15, "The music of Tommy McCarthy" article and transcription by Tommy Keane, from the 1982 LP Gems of Ireland, C.C.E, of the double jig "An ghaoth aniar aneas" (The south west wind). Named in the article, Willie Clancy, Pat Mitchell, Brendán Breathnach, John Potts & Paddy Conneely

Brennan,Dónal

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

Brennan, Jack

Vol 3. no. 1 October 1989: page 4-6, "An Aussie piper" article by Jack Brennan about how he got started on the pipes

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 4, "News: South Australia" article by Jack Brennan about the Adelaide Irish Music Association spring music camp, with photo of Bob Lynch, Ormond Waters, Jack Brennan

Brennan, Paul

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 3, "Sergeant Early's dream"article by Paul Brennan about playing the pipes in the ballet "Sergeant Early's dream"

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 8-9, "News from the colonies" article by Joe Crane about the Newcastle gathering 1994 with pipers Robbie Hannan, Liam O'Flynn, Mick O'Brien, Paul Brennan, Seán Donnelly, Patrick Davey, & Tommy Keane

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page18-20, "Seanchas: Felix Gallagher, the Leitrim piper"article by Peter Gallagher about Felix Gallagher and his Taylor set with four photos and mention of Paul Brennan and Felix Doran

Britton, Timothy

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 2, "Buying a set" quotes for sets of pipes

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 13-14, "San Francisco" article by Todd Denman about the San Francisco Piper's Tionól with Paddy Keenan playing & doing reedmaking together with Ted Anderson, Tim Britton, John Pedersen, Dave McCort

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Pat Broaders, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Broaders, Patrick

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Pat Broaders, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Broderick, Pat

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 13, "Pipers at Wicklow" photos of Brian Vallely, Pat Broderick, Michael O'Connell, John Rooney

Broe, Peader (1928-1974)

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "First Peader Broe Tionól, Fermoy, Co. Cork" report from the tionól, pipers in attendence were Alain Froment, Mícheál Ó Briain, David Power, Donncha Goff, Márie Ní Ghráda, Stephen Scales & Dave Heagarty

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 19, "Seanchas: Peadar Broe piper, 1928-1974" article by Séamus Mac Fheorais about Peadar Broe with mention of his pipes by Leo Rowsome & McCrone. Photo of Peadar Broe

Brogan, Fergus

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 5, photo of Fergus Brogan & his daughter Siofra

Brogan, John (1878-1928)

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 22-23, "John Brogan - pipemaker" article by Fergus Brogan about John Brogan. Pat Ward, Séamus Ennis & Peter Browne are mentioned, and also the Ennis Coyne set. Photo of John Brogan and Pat Ward

Brooks, Denis

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 3-4, "Northwest Irish Pipers club" article by about the 4th meeting of the club, by Denis Brooks

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 2, "The tutor - Irish union pipes, a workbook" review of Dennis Brooks' tutor by Robbie Hannan

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 10-11, "Templemore Tionól 1994" account from the Tipperary Star the 29th Oct. of the tionól. Martin Rochford, Dennis Brooks & Joe Barry are among the many pipers mentioned in the article

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 12, "Piping at WCSS 2000" three photos of Denis Brooks playing in O'Kelly's, Mullagh, Pat Mitchell giving his lecture "Development & change in uilleann piping from the earliest times" and Tom Clarke listening to the lecture, photos by Peter Laban

Brophy, Eamon

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 11, "Leon Rowsome (1936-1994) appreciation of Leon Rowsome by Kevin Rowsome, among the pipers mentioned Con Durham & Eamon Brophy

Brophy, Jim

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtaine 1985: page 1, "Jim Brophy and Noel Hill" article about a recital by Jim Brophy and Noel Hill, by Terry Moylan

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 19, "Deni Nugent, piper, 1882-1937" article by David Gaynor & Michael O'Connor with mention of Tom Rowsome, John Fleming, Eddie Potts, Seán Seery, Jim Brophy & Eddie Potts and a photo of Denis Nugent

Brophy, Pat

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: cover, photo of Pat Brophy taken in the late 1940's

Brown, Patsy

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Browne, Billy

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 3 & 6, "The London pipers" article about the piping scene in London, England by Billy Browne, photos of Emmett Gill and Dennis Picker

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peader Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

Browne, Garret

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

Browne, Peter

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 22-23, "John Brogan - pipemaker" article by Fergus Brogan about John Brogan. Pat Ward, Séamus Ennis & Peter Browne are mentioned, and also the Ennis Coyne set. Photo of John Brogan and Pat Ward

Browne, Ronan

Vol 3. no. 10 July 1992: page 20, "Pipers three" photo of Ronan Browne, Mícheál O Briain & Mikey Smyth taken at the Henrietta St. CARA reception

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 8-10, "Tyneside, England: the two piping weekends of the Tyneside Irish Festival, 1993" article by Joe Crane, piping guests Christy O'Leary & Ronan Browne, reedmakers Ian O'Brien & Hubert Kwisthout, & Teeside piper Becky Taylor

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 5-7, "The first ever County Wicklow Uilleann pipes festival" article by Dick Barton, pipers mentioned Denis Quigley, Donncha Keegan, Janette Lambert, Kevin Rowsome, Ronan Browne, Mikey Smyth, photo of the above named pipers plus others who attended the festival

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 23, "Angerlique piper" photo by Ciarán Ó Máille of Ronan Browne at the Cultra Tionól 1997

Brún, Colm de

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 5, "News: Tralee Tionól" article by Colm de Brún, Dublin. Dave Hegarty reedmaking, Steven Scales & Colm de Brún piping classes

Bryan, James

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

Burke, Eddie

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 18-20, "Seanchas: Irish musicians in New York in 1921" verses composed by John Ennis, father of Tom Ennis, in 1921 about a meeting of pipers, Patrick Vizzard & Eddie Burke are among those mentioned, by Seán Donnelly

Burke, Martin

Vol. 3 no. 38 January 1999: page 26, "A historical photograph" a photo taken in 1938 of Al Purcell with his father, Leo Purcell's Harrington set. A short article about Leo Purcell & Martin Burke

Burke, Thomas

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 20-22, "My grandfather's uilleann pipes" article by Robert Burke about his grandfather Thomas Burke & his pipes, made either by the McLoughlin brothers of Quin, or the Moloney brothers of Kilrush, photo of pipes on page 22

Busby, Tom (1912-2000)

Sraith II, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 3, "From the archives" transcriptions of Tom Busby's piping by Pat Mitchell & Jackie Small, made from a tape recording by Dan O'Dowd, 1971: Salamanca, Unknown reel, Poll Halpenny, Langstern Pony, Harvest home

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 6, "Piping from New York" photo and transcription of "Reel of Bogie" as played by Tom Busby, by Jackie Small

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 12-13, "Some old favourites from Tom Busby" transcriptions of an anonymous reel, "Limestone rock", "Woman of the house"

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 14-15, "Two tunes from Tom Busby" "Turkey(s) in the straw" & "Doherty's fancy (Pet of the pipers)" transcribed by Seán Donnelly from a tape made for Vincent Broderick, made available by Anne & Lorcan Dunne

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 23-26, "Tobar an phíobaire: Points on making a chanter reed" by Tom Busby, first publ. 1969

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 26-27, "Tom Busby, New York" article about Tom Busby by Brendán Breathnach with mention of Mike Carney and Paddy Lavin , P.J. Ryan & Mick O'Brien & pipemakers Robert Hatton (Hutton) and Willie Rowsome

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 23, "Two historic sets of pipes" article by Tom Busby regarding a set of Kenna pipes and a set of Coyne pipes and even two Taylor sets owned by Mick O'Brien & Thomas Kerrigan, one set now played by Martin Carrigan's son

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 5, "Donations to museum" 2 Taylor style chanters and a standard chanter all without maker's name donated by Tom Busby

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 11-15, "Andy Conroy 1913-1999", appreciations from Noel Rice, Chicago, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Carna, & Jimmy O'Brien.Moran with mention of Mick Conroy, Jim Lavin, Paddy Lavin, Tom Busby & Michael Carney, also a photo of Andy taken in 1975 and the notation of "The Dublin reel" by Jimmy OBrien-Moran as played by Andy

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 22, "A piping house in New York" photo of the house where Michael Carney and later Tom Busby lived, also with article by Seán Mac Chiarnáin

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 12-13, "Tom Busby, 1912-2000 article by Ed Harrison with a photo of Vincent Broderick, Tom Busby & Andy Conroy in New York in the 1960's, also mention of Nick Whitmer

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 14-15, "The music of Tom Busby: Hennessy's or The Cork hornpipe" article & transcription of the tune by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo courtesy of Mrs. Anne Busby

Busch, Max

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 15-18, "What if?... a technical column: yet more about reeds" article by Max Busch based on his own experiences of his 1991 Froment set

Butler, John

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Byrne, James

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 8, "Piping in Wicklow IV" article by Breandán Breathnach

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 23, "Piper Byrne's chanter" In a letter published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 3.8.1912, Michael Flanagan confirms that the chanter used by James Byrne was a Kenna, and praises the brand new set played by Francis McPeake to be superior in tone to any of the other sets of pipes, old or new played

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 22, "New White (1810-1879/80), pipemaker" article by by Robert van Dijk about New White with mention of James (Jem) Byrne and Kenna

Byrne, Milo

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

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Caddick, Colin

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Caldwell, Ray

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: page 8-9, "Chris Langan Weekend, Toronto, Cananda" article by Rick Lines about the event with photos of Benedict Koehler, Cillian Vallely, Tommy Keane & Ray Caldwell

Camus, Claude

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Cannon, Cormac

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 8, "Miltown 1991" article about the Willie Clancy Summer School with photo of Cormac Cannon, Galway

Carberry, Peter

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 10-11, "James Dolan 1915-1992" photo & appreciation of Longford piper James Dolan, the Kenna brothers, Father Jimmy Lennon & pipemaker Jim McChrone are also mentioned, by Peter Carberry

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: cover Peter Carberry, Longford piper & patron of NPU, photo by Liam McNulty & Michael O'Connor

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

Carney, Michael

Sraith II, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 4, "The Carneys of Lognea" short article about Michael Carney by Tomas O Ciorain, Irishtown Claremorris, Mayo Vol 3. no. 4 September 1990: page 12-14, "The village grove: a reel from Michael Carney" photo of Tom Busby, Annie Carney, Mike Carney & Pat Lavin supplied by Denis Igoe, transcription of reel by Jackie Small

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 12-17, "From the archive - The geese in the bog" transcription of "The geese in the bog" & article by Sean Donnelly, James Early, Jim Lavin, Barney Delaney, Johnny Gorman, Patsy Touhey & Michael Gallagher are mentioned

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 14-15, "A tune from Michael Carney" a transcription by Seán Donnelly from the recording of Michael Carney playing "The jolly tinker"

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 26-27, "Tom Busby, New York" article about Tom Busby by Brendán Breathnach with mention of Mike Carney and Paddy Lavin , P.J. Ryan & Mick O'Brien & pipemakers Robert Hatton (Hutton) and Willie Rowsome Carrigan, Martin

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 23, "Two historic sets of pipes" article by Tom Busby regarding a set of Kenna pipes and a set of Coyne pipes and even two Taylor sets owned by Mick O'Brien & Thomas Kerrigan, one set now played by Martin Carrigan's son

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 11-15, "Andy Conroy 1913-1999", appreciations from Noel Rice, Chicago, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Carna, & Jimmy O'Brien.Moran with mention of Mick Conroy, Jim Lavin, Paddy Lavin, Tom Busby & Michael Carney, also a photo of Andy taken in 1975 and the notation of "The Dublin reel" by Jimmy OBrien-Moran as played by Andy

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 22, "A piping house in New York" photo of the house where Michael Carney and later Tom Busby lived, also with article by Seán Mac Chiarnáin

Carolan, Nicholas

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 1, "Exhibition in Civic Museum" article about an exhibition called "Popular music in eigtheenth-century Dublin"

Carr, Kevin

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Carrigan, Martin

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 23, "Two historic sets of pipes" article by Tom Busby regarding a set of Kenna pipes and a set of Coyne pipes and even two Taylor sets owned by Mick O'Brien & Thomas Kerrigan, one set now played by Martin Carrigan's son

Carroll, Terry

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Carty, Aoife

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 13, "WCSS 2000, from a student viewpoint" report by Jarleth Henderson, Tyrone with photo taken by Peter Laban of Marcus Kunz, Jarleth Henderson & Aoife Carty piping in Tom Malone's back room

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 22, "Leo Rowsome and James O'Mahony" photo taken in 1923-24. The photo was purchased by Aoife Carty at the Fleadh Ceoil in Ennisworthy, 1999

Cash, James

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 8, "Piping in Wicklow IV" article by Breandán Breathnach

Cash, John

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 8, "Piping in Wicklow (III)" about John Cash by Breandán Breathnach

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 8, "Piping in Wicklow IV" article by Breandán Breathnach

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 16, "Seanchas: Cash the piper" about "Big" John Cash"

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 22-23, Tarlach Mac Suibhne" article from Béaloideas, 1964 by Pádraig Mac Seáin annotated by Gerry Starr, Tarlach's father piper Eamonn Rua is mentioned and Bob Thompson, Tom Rowsome, John Cash & (Michael) Flanagan

Cato, Pauline

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwistout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Ceannt, Éamonn

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: cover & page 2, photo & short account of Éamonn Ceannt

Vol 3. no. 10 July 1992: page 19, "Ceannt pipes" photo & article about Éamonn Ceannt's Coyne set

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Vol. 4. no 8 Nollaig 2000: page 22-23, "Seanchas: Irish pipes and pipers" articles from "The Irish Times" Dublin, Oct 29th, & 1st Nov, 1910 about Canon Goodman & John Hingston with mention of a piper called Bowen. Also an article from "The Irishman" Belfast, 19th May, 1917 with the following pipers listed, Rowsome, Flanagan Snr., Flanangan Jnr., Kenny, Potts and Eamonn Ceannt

Charles, Eddie

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwistout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Clancy, Pat

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 4, "Garrett Barry" article about Garrett Barry of Inagh transcribed from an interview of Jack Donoghue, recorded by Seámus MacMathuna in the late 1950's. Even some words about piper & Ennystimon workhouse master Pat Clancy

Clancy, Willie (1918-1973)

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 9, "The melodic tradition of Ireland" review of the book by James R. Cowdery with it's appendix of tunes transcribed from the playing of traditional musicians, among them the pipers, Johnny Doran, Paddy Keenan, R.L. O'Mealy, Seámus Ennis, Willie Clancy & Leo Rowsome

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 24-25, "Willie Clancy draft discography: an appeal for information" a discography in preparation by Nicholas Carolan

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 10-12, "Willie Clancy Summer School 1993" opening speech by Mary Robinson, the President of Ireland & photo of President Robinson & Junior Crehan

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 23, "From the Seán Reid papers" photo of Willie Clancy, Martin Talty playing Willie's flute? & Seán Reid, taken from the Sunday Review, 21 May, 1961

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 14-16, "The music of Willie Clancy": Willie Clancy's rendition of Johnny Doran's Ace & deuce of piping" article and transcription by James O'Brien-Moran

Vol 3. no. 32 September 1997: page 17-20, "Union pipes v uilleann pipes: another personal opinion and follow up on "The state of pipemaking at the end of the 20th century" by Ken McLeod. Willie Clancy's Taylor chanter is also mentioned in this article

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 19-21, "Tobar an phíobaire: Willie Clancy and the student piper" a collection of appreciations from 1973, one in Irish, about Willie Clancy

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 16-19, "Garrett Barry - the Clare piper" Pat Mitchell's talk at the unveiling of the Garrett Barry memorial stone at Inagh cemetary on 19th Dec. 1999. Willie Clancy and Mickey Cumbaw O'Sullivan are also mentioned

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 15, "The music of Tommy McCarthy" article and transcription by Tommy Keane, from the 1982 LP Gems of Ireland, C.C.E, of the double jig "An ghaoth aniar aneas" (The south west wind). Named in the article, Willie Clancy, Pat Mitchell, Brendán Breathnach, John Potts & Paddy Conneely

Clarke, Heather

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 9, "The new approach to uilleann piping" announcement of the tutor now available with a CD

Clarke, Tom

Sraith 11, Uimh.2, Mean Fomhair 1978, page 4 , "Buying a set?" article and price list of 5 pipemakers, by Tom Clarke

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darch Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 6-7, "An Gradam Píobaireachta" photo of Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts & Liam O'Flynn at the Gradam awards in Dublin 31 Oct. 1998. The article explains the background behind the award design concieved by Tom Clarke and made by Geoff Wooff

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 6-7 "On the road: the schools programme of the NPU/RSPBANI Project" article about the program for bringing traditional music to school children, photo of Tom Clark, Len Graham, John Campbell, Bobby Rea & Denver Cardwell plus a photo of Tomás Kelly from Aughrim, Co. Galway

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 12, "Piping at WCSS 2000" three photos of Denis Brooks playing in O'Kelly's, Mullagh, Pat Mitchell giving his lecture "Development & change in uilleann piping from the earliest times" and Tom Clarke listening to the lecture, photos by Peter Laban

Climo, Eddie

Vol 3. no. 11 July 1992: page 4, "Another reedmaking booklet" article about the booklet Reed making for uilleann pipers by Eddie & Larry Climo

Climo, Larry

Vol 3. no. 10 July 1992: page 3, "News - South West England" article about the South Western Uilleann piper's Association's tionól in November 1991

Vol 3. no. 11 July 1992: page 4, "Another reedmaking booklet" article about the booklet Reed making for uilleann pipers by Eddie & Larry Climo

Clinch, David

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: page 5, "Wexford 1798-1998" Dave Clinch from london played the pipes & recited a Séamus Heaney poem at the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Vinegar Hill

Coffey, Tom

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 5, "Piping in Wexford" announcement of the newly founded Wexford Pipers Club with Tom Coffey's address & phone number

Colcough, Dudley

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 20-21, "Tobar an phíobaire" article about Piper Gaynor first published 1845? and reproduced in An Píobaire, 13, Bealtine, 1973, supplied by Gerry Starr, photo of Dudley Colcough, the Wexford piper

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 4, "Recent acquisitions" a colour print of Dudley Colcough donated by Michael Dooley to NPU

Colgan, ?

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire í Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

Colgan, Ted

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 21, "Jackie Millea, 1899-1966, the Melleray piper" article by John Dunne with mention of Donncha Ó Laoghaire and his Moloney set, Ted Colgan and Dave Nugent

Collins, Brendan

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 4-5, " Tionól Píobaireachta 1991" short article about the tionól by Colm de Brún, pipers Nartin Mooney are mentioned together with photos of pipers Aileen Barry, Sean Crowe, Geoff Wooff, Ronnie Wathen, Terry Moylan and Brendan Collins

Conneely, Paddy (?-1850)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 2, "Lord Rossmore and Paddy Conneely"article by Seán Donnelly about pipers Paddy Conneely, Galway, & Lord Rossmore, Co. Monaghan in the 1830's

Vol 3. no. 32 September 1997: page 21-25, "Tobar an phíobaire: Paddy Coneely, the Galway piper" article by George Petrie about his visit to collect tunes from Conneely. First published in "The Irish Penny Journal, vol. 1, no. 14, October 3, 1840. John Crump is also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 14-15, "Two tunes from a gentleman piper" article by Jimmy OBrien Moran about H. R. Westenra with mention of Paddy Conneely, Warner William Westenra and Henry Westenra, two tunes notated, "The wearied lad" and "The Galway jig"

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 11-12, "Willie Week 2000 - another perspective" report by Liam McNulty with photo of Liam introducing Geoff Wooff at a lunch recital and mention of the Paddy Conneely tunes played by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 15, "The music of Tommy McCarthy" article and transcription by Tommy Keane, from the 1982 LP Gems of Ireland, C.C.E., of the double jig "An ghaoth aniar aneas" (The south west wind). Named in the article, Willie Clancy, Pat Mitchell, Brendán Breathnach, John Potts & Paddy Conneely

Connolly, Matty

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 12-13 "Seán McAloon - NPU patron" article by Robbie Hannan, pipers Matty Connolly, Phil Martin, Leo Rowsome are also mentioned here

Connolly, William

Vol. 3 no. 38 January 1999: page 22-23, "Michael Wallace: the prince of pipers" an article submitted by Tom Munnelly per Terry Moylan. The article was found in around 1968 in a Westport bookshop. Denis Delaney, William Connolly & Michael Egan are also mentioned

Conroy, Andy 1913-1999

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 14, "Conroy the inimitable" article from the Irish Independent 27, Feb. 1992

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 19, "Three wise men" photo of Andy Conroy, Séamus Ennis & Dave Hegarty, "playing" in NPU, Essex Street, late 1970's by L. McNulty

Vol 3. no. 10 July 1992: page 6, "The Conroy saga continues" article about Andy Conroy

Vol 3. no. 10 July 1992: page 7, "The thoughts of Patron Andy"

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 17, photo of Andy Conroy in New York 1950, with Seán McGuire playing a set pipes by Frank McFadden of Belfast

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: cover, photo of Andy Conroy of Roscommon

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 10-11, "A tribute to Andy Conroy" text of the tribute made by Seán Potts at the B. Breathnach Commemorative night on Dec 13, 1997. Photo by Michael O'Connor of Andy playing the Touhey set

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 11-15, "Andy Conroy 1913-1999", appreciations from Noel Rice, Chicago, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Carna, & Jimmy O'Brien.Moran with mention of Mick Conroy, Jim Lavin, Paddy Lavin, Tom Busby & Michael Carney, also a photo of Andy taken in 1975 and the notation of "The Dublin reel" by Jimmy OBrien-Moran as played by Andy

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 16-18, "Andy Conroy - appreciations" appreciations by Helena Rowsome Grimes & Liam McNulty with mention of Mick Conroy, Leo Rowsome, Johnny Doran. Photo of Andy, Mick Conroy and Leo Rowsome's family

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 12-13, "Tom Busby, 1912-2000 article by Ed Harrison with a photo of Vincent Broderick, Tom Busby & Andy Conroy in New York in the 1960's, also mention of Nick Whitmer

Conroy, Mick

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 11-15, "Andy Conroy 1913-1999", appreciations from Noel Rice, Chicago, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Carna, & Jimmy O'Brien.Moran with mention of Mick Conroy, Jim Lavin, Paddy Lavin, Tom Busby & Michael Carney, also a photo of Andy taken in 1975 and the notation of "The Dublin reel" by Jimmy OBrien-Moran as played by Andy

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 16-18, "Andy Conroy - appreciations" appreciations by Helena Rowsome Grimes & Liam McNulty with mention of Mick Conroy, Leo Rowsome, Johnny Doran. Photo of Andy, Mick Conroy and Leo Rowsome's family

Coomber, Paddy

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 8, "County Clare" article about the Clare branch of N.P.U. with main teachers, Geoff Wooff, Paddy Comber, Martin Nolan & Mick Coyne

Cooney, Michael

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Pat Broaders, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: cover, photo of Michael Cooney playing a Froment D set made in 1992

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Corcaigh

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 7, "Corcaigh: Cumann na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh" article in Irish, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Stephen Scales, Dave Hegarty are among those mentioned

Costello, John

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Coughlan, John

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Coultrup, David

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page12, "Los Angeles Tioól, February 2000: review of the Martin Nolan Workshop Weekend" article by Patrick D'Arcy. Martin Nolan teaching classes, with Michael O'Donovan & David Coultrup taking reedmaking and maintenance

Cowdery, James F.

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 9, "The melodic tradition of Ireland" review of the book by James R. Cowdery with it's appendix of tunes transcribed from the playing of traditional musicians among them the pipers, Johnny Doran, Paddy Keenan, R.L. O'Mealy, Seámus Ennis, Willie Clancy & Leo Rowsome

Coyne, Maurice

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 10-11, " Cultra Tionól: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum 1997" article by Robbie Hannan with mention of John Hughes and his Coyne C-sharp, Andreas Rogge, Ken McLeod and his Kenna set and the R. L. O'Mealy exhibition, photo of Andreas Rogge, Cathal Mac Carráin & Anthony McManus & a photo of the O'Mealy exhibit

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned and John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 23, "Two historic sets of pipes" article by Tom Busby regarding a set of Kenna pipes and a set of Coyne pipes and even two Taylor sets owned by Mick O'Brien & Thomas Kerrigan, one set now played by Martin Carrigan's son

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 22-23, "John Brogan - pipemaker" article by Fergus Brogan about John Brogan. Pat Ward, Séamus Ennis & Peter Browne are mentioned, and also the Ennis Coyne set. Photo of John Brogan and Pat Ward

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 9-10, "Kilkenny Piping School" article by Pat Murphy. Students at the school are John Tuohy, David Tuohy & Michael Foley. Photos of Leonard Barry & Pat Murphy playing John Tuohy's Coyne B set and a group photo of Pat Murphy, Michael Foley, Leonard Barry, David Touhy, John Touhy Jnr. by John Touhy Snr.

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page16-19, "A technical column: restoration of Coyne "B" set, July 2000" detailed article by Geoff Wooff, with photo of the restored set taken by Peter Laban

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 16-18, "A technical column: why are the classic sets so important to us" an article by Geoff Wooff on pipes made between 1800-1860 by Egan, Coyne, Harrington, & Kenna

Coyne, Mick

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 8, "County Clare" article about the Clare branch of N.P.U. with main teachers, Geoff Wooff, Paddy Comber, Martin Nolan & Mick Coyne

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 9-10, 2 "Tioinól 1994..Ceol na nGiolcach i gCorcaigh" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin with mention of Dave Hegarty, Mick Coyne, Eoin Ó Riabhaigh & Gabriel McKeon

Cox, Bishop Michael

Vol. 3. no.4 September 1990: page 7, "Offaly pipemaker" article about Bishop Michael Cox

Craig, Niel

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: 7, "Uilleann pipers in Scotland: Glasgow Tionól, Saturday 7th October 2000" article & photo by Boyd Peters. Pipers in the photo are Christy Kelly, Duncan MacInnes & Niel Craig

Crane, Joe

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwistout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 6-7, "Piping in north-east England" article & photo of Seán Maguire, Joe Crane & Mícheál O Briain, by Joe Crane, Hubert Kwisthout & Ian O'Brien are also mentioned

Crehan, Junior

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 10-12, "Willie Clancy Summer School 1993" opening speech by Mary Robinson, the President of Ireland & photo of President Robinson & Junior Crehan

Crilly, Daniel

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 20, "Seanchas: Robert Thompson, champion Irish piper" article taken from the Irish Weekly Independent, March 24th, 1900, page 7, col. 3, with mention of Dublin piper, Daniel Crilly, and even Richard Stephenson, photo of Robert Thompson taken from O'Neill's Irish minstrels & musicians

Cronin, Neilus

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: cover & short presentation on page 2

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

Crossin, Mark

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 16-17, "An Tionól, Rosslare, 1998, photos of Susanne Ward USA, Cormac Ó Briain Belfast, Mark Crossin Belfast, Pól Mac Fionnmhacháin Dublin, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Diarmuid Ó Buachalla, Steve Turner England, John Hughes Belfast

Crowe, Bill

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: cover & page 2, photo and article about fiddler & piper Bill Crowe, the previous owner of Dan O'Dowd's Egan set, now owned by Deirdre Leech

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Crowe, Ivan

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

Crowe, Sean

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 4-5, " Tionól Píobaireachta 1991" short article about the tionól by Colm de Brún, pipers Nartin Mooney are mentioned together with photos of pipers Aileen Barry, Sean Crowe, Geoff Wooff, Ronnie Wathen, Terry Moylan and Brendan Collins

Crowley, Tadgh

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 20, "Seanchas: Changed times, changed prices" price list of secondhand pipes sent by Tadgh Crowley to a John McCarthy of Kilkenny on 30th June 1936, submitted by Tommy Keane & John Touhy

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Crump, John

Vol 3. no. 32 September 1997: page 21-25, "Tobar an phíobaire: Paddy Coneely, the Galway piper" article by George Petrie about his visit to collect tunes from Conneely. First published in "The Irish Penny Journal, vol. 1, no. 14, October 3, 1840. John Crump is also mentioned

Cultra Tionól

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 10-11, " Cultra Tionól: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum 1997" article by Robbie Hannan with mention of John Hughes and his Coyne C-sharp, Andreas Rogge, Ken McLeod and his Kenna set and the R. L. O'Mealy exhibition, photo of Andreas Rogge, Cathal Mac Carráin & Anthony McManus & a photo of the O'Mealy exhibit

Cumann na bPíobairí

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 20-22, "Cumann na bPíobairí" text of the leaflet issued by the Dublin Piper's Club in c.1900

Curran, Éamonn

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 1, "Music on the Liffy & pipers workshop 17 March 1985" recital by Robbie Hannan, Seán Óg Potts & Éamonn Curran, article by Mick Slevin

Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thiamhumhan

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 4, "Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thiamhumhan - Thomond Pipers Club" announcement of Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thiamhumhan with teachers Matthew Bashford, Máire Ni Ghráda & Michael Dunne

Curtis, P. J

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 4, "Recordings & books", Notes from the heart (a celebration of traditional Irish music) by P. J. Curtis with chapters on Johnny Doran & Willie Clancy. An essential book

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Daal, Marc van

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 6, "Some pipers at Dutch Tionól" photos of Van der Heiden, Marc van Daal, Holland & Johannes Schiffner, Ulrich Plasberg, Germany, by Peter Laban

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 18-19, "Dutch pipers' tionól" article by Brian Gallaher, pipers Peter Laban, Rob van Dijk & Marc van Daal are mentioned

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page12, "Dutch Tionól 1998" article by Swier Oosterhuis mentioning Marc van Daal & Tommy McCarthy with a photo of pipers Roelof Rosendal, Raphael de Cock & Tommy McCarthy

Daily, Jim

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 16-20, "A technical column: Alternative method of making chanter reeds" by Jim Daily

Daly, Eugene (1882?-1965)

Vol. 4. no.4 Feabhra 2000: page 21, "Eugen Daly and the Titanic pipes" article from "Encyclopedia Titanica"

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 17-19, "Seanchas: the Titanic piper and his pipes" article by Bruce Childress, first published in Iris na bPíobairi. The story of the supposed Titanic pipes, photo of Eugen Daly with a set of warpipes

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 21, "Eugen Daly and the Titanic pipes" article from Encylopedia Titanic submitted by Joe Doyle

D'Arcy, Patrick

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page12, "Los Angeles Tioól, February 2000: review of the Martin Nolan Workshop Weekend" article by Patrick D'Arcy. Martin Nolan teaching classes, with Michael O'Donovan & David Coultrup taking reedmaking and maintenance

Davey, Paddy

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 7, "Belfast Tionól" photos of Darragh Murray, Trevor Stewart, Paddy Davey and Barry Kerr, photos by Pier Kuipers

Davey, Paul

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 8-9, "News from the colonies" article by Joe Crane about the Newcastle gathering 1994 with pipers Robbie Hannan, Liam O'Flynn, Mick O'Brien, Paul Brennan, Seán Donnelly, Patrick Davey, & Tommy Keane

Day, Connor

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page 8, "Pipers in learning at the Belfast Tionól" article, & photo of Connor Day by Seán Potts

Daye, David

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 18, "Chanter bores" article by David Daye

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page, 17 "Longer life for double reeds" article by David Daye

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: cover photo of Chad P. Giblin playing a penny chanter practice set made by David Daye of Seattle, photo by Rachel Giblin

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page16-17 & 21, "A technical column: building guaranteeable uilleann double reeds" detailed article by David Daye

de Brúc, Donnchadh: see Brooks, Denis
De Cock, Raphael

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page12, "Dutch Tionól 1998" article by Swier Oosterhuis mentioning Marc van Daal & Tommy McCarthy, with a photo of pipers Roelof Rosendal, Raphael de Cock & Tommy McCarthy

De hEnebre, Eoin

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 2 , "Eoin De hEnebre in the doorway of his shop" photo and article about pipemaker Eoin De hEnebre, extract of a letter from Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photo by Eoin De hEnebre's daughter

De Keyzer, Arie

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 8, "For sale" price lists for pipes by pipemakers Robett A. White, Johnny Bourke & Arie De Keyzer

Deegan, Dickie

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 12-13, , "Willie Clancy Summer School 1996" photos by Peter Laban of Conor McKeon, Tommy McCarthy, Al Purcell, Seán Talty, James O'Brien-Moran & Joe Doyle with Dickie Deegan

Delaney, Barney

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 12-17, "From the archive - The geese in the bog" transcription of The geese in the bog" & article by Sean Donnelly, James Early, Jim Lavin, Barney Delaney, Johnny Gorman, Patsy Touhey & Michael Gallagher are mentioned, photo of Michael Carney

Delaney, Denis

Sraith 2, Uimhir 7, Meitheamh 1980, page 1, article about Dinny Delaney's recording of the air "The last glimpse of Erin" by Dr. Trebitsch in 1907

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Vol. 3 no. 38 January 1999: page 22-23, "Michael Wallace: the prince of pipers" an article submitted by Tom Munnelly per Terry Moylan. The article was found in around 1968 in a Westport bookshop. Denis Delaney, William Connolly & Michael Egan are also mentioned

Delaney, Dinny see: Delaney, Denis

Denis, Etienee

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Denman, Todd

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 7-9, "1999 San Francisco Tionól" article by Richard Kaz of the event with photos of Richard Kaz, Sam O'Kane, Kevin Reitmann, Seán Folsom, Gabriel McKeagney and Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photos by Richard Kaz. Pipers Andreas Rogge and Todd Denman are also mentioned

Deutsche Uilleann Pipes Geselschaft - second tionól 3-5 May 1991

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 11, "Deutsche Uilleann Pipes Geselschaft" article about the tionól by Gunter Lehnert & Tom Kannmacher, reedmaking by Andreas Rogge & Hans Jorg Podworny, lesson by Tom Kannmacher, Walter Lelle & Hans Jorg Podworny, performance by Peter McKenna

Dijk, Robert van

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 18-19, "Dutch pipers' tionól" article by Brian Gallaher, pipers Peter Laban, Rob van Dijk & Marc van Daal are mentioned

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 11, "Dutch Tionól" three photos by Peter Laban of Hille v.d. Heijden, Robert van Dijk & his Robert Reid "D" set with Peter van Liempt, & Brian Gallaher

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Gabriel McKeon, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 18-20, "Ned White - pipemaker" an article by Robert van Dijk about Edward White and a "C" set of pipes made by White, owned by Robert & renovated by Hubert Kwisthout, fitted with a chanter reed by Dave Hegarty in 1992, photo of the pipes by Peter Laban & photo of Hubert Kwisthout with the pipes by Robert van Dijk

Dillon, Eamonn

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 8-9, "Tionól reports: 9th annual Chris Langan Irish Traditional music Weekend, Toronto, Canada. January 14-156, 2000" article about the Tionól. Photos of Brian & Cillian Vallely and Seth Gallagher who taught piping and reedmaking workshops, and Eamonn Dillon of Belfast-Florida, photos by Rick Lines & Pat O'Gorman

Dinkin, Tiarnán

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Docherty, John (17-? - 1843)

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 22, "Party pieces: Murderer captured" article from the Evening Mail, Dublin 25 Sept. 1843, p. 3. regarding the murder of piper John Docherty on the 12th Aug. 1843, contributed by Nicholas Carolan

Doherty, Alan

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 6, "Marathon 1991" article about the 1991 piping marathon held outsde the Bank of Ireland on Saturday July 8th, photos of Alan Doherty, Dublin& Marie McClean, Antrim

Doherty, Mickey

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 12-13, "Three tunes from Donegal" three tunes transcribed from the fiddle playing of Mickey Doherty, "Tune learned from the fairies", "Dúlamán na Binne Buí" & "Paddy's trip to Scotland"

Dolan, Greg

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 5, "Stolen pipes" report of Greg Dolan's Alain Froment set with Robbie Hughes chanter stolen in Nantes, France on 22 March, 2001. The pipes were originally made for Didier Jaffredo with his name inscribed on the stock

Dolan, James (1915-1992)

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 10-11, "James Dolan 1915-1992" photo & appreciation of Longford piper James Dolan, the Kenna brothers, Father Jimmy Lennon & pipemaker Jim McChrone are also mentioned, by Peter Carberry

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: cover, photo of James Dolan by piper Liam Owens

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

Domine, Francois

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Donnelly, Mark (1966-1999)

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 12-13, "Lost ot the music world - Mark Donnelly 1966-1999" article by Brian Valley about Armagh piper Mark Donnelly, photo by Brian Valley

Donnelly, Paul

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Vol. 4. no. 6 Iúl 2000: cover, photo of Paul Donnelly at the Wicklow Tionól, February 2000

Donnelly, Seán

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 4-5. Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy" photos of Nick Adams, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Dave Heagarty,, Peter Laban, Rory Sommers, Geoff Wooff, John Murphy, Seán Donnelly at WCSS 1985

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 8-9, "News from the colonies" article by Joe Crane about the Newcastle gathering 1994 with pipers Robbie Hannan, Liam O'Flynn, Mick O'Brien, Paul Brennan, Seán Donnelly, Patrick Davey, & Tommy Keane

Doran, Felix (1914-1972)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 3, "Memories of the Dorans in Clare"article by Michael Falsey about Johnny & Felix Doran during the 1940's

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 2, "Felix Doran's pipes" article by Dave Williams about Felix Doran's pipes made by Frank Gorker not the Leo Rowsome set. Photo of Felix's father John Doran and Felix's son Michael Doran

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 7, "Piping in Wicklow V" article about Johnny & Felix Doran by Brendán Breathnach

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 20, photo of Felix Doran taken around 1938 after a hurling match between Ballymaguive & Tullira, taken by fiddler Milo Mullins given to Tommy Keane

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 26, "A historical photograph", photo of Eileen Howley & Felix Doran taken around 1940 at Eileen Howley's home in Gortroe, Ardrahan, Co. Galway, photo sent by Martin Rochford who recieved it from Charlie Piggott

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page18-20, "Seanchas: Felix Gallagher, the Leitrim piper"article by Peter Gallagher about Felix Gallagher and his Taylor set with four photos and mention of Paul Brennan and Felix Doran

Doran, John (?-1948)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 2, "Felix Doran's pipes" article by Dave Williams about Felix Doran's pipes made by Frank Gorker not the Leo Rowsome set. Photo of Felix's father John Doran and Felix's son Michael Doran

Doran, Johnny (1907-1950)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 3, "Memories of the Dorans in Clare"article by Michael Falsey about Johnny & Felix Doran during the 1940's

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 7, "Piping in Wicklow V" article about Johnny & Felix Doran by Brendán Breathnach

Sraith 2, Uimhir 30, Bealtine 1986: page 4-5, "More music from Johnny Doran" transcription of "Colonel Frazer" as played by Johnny Doran and recorded in 1948, by Jackie Small

Sraith 2, Uimhir 30, Bealtine 1986: page 4, short article about Johnny Doran visiting Johnny Cleary of Claremorris, Co. Mayo, by M.J. Galvin

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 9, "The melodic tradition of Ireland" review of the book by James R. Cowdery with it's appendix of tunes transcribed from the playing of traditional musicians among them the pipers, Johnny Doran, Paddy Keenan, R.L. O'Mealy, Seámus Ennis, Willie Clancy & Leo Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 14-16, "The music of Johnny Doran" article & transcription of the first playing of "The bunch of keys" from the playing of Johnny Doran by Seán Donnelly

Vol 3. no. 22 April, 1995: page 14-15, "The music of Johnny Doran" transcription of the second playing of "The bunch of keys" from the playing of Johnny Doran by Seán Donnelly

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 14-16, "The music of Willie Clancy": Willie Clancy's rendition of Johnny Doran's Ace & deuce of piping" article and transcription by James O'Brien-Moran

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 5, "Johnny Doran commemoration" announcment about the commemoration and concert and a wreath laying ceremony on Sunday 20th February, 2000

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 16-18, "Andy Conroy - appreciations" appreciations by Helena Rowsome Grimes & Liam McNulty with mention of Mick Conroy, Leo Rowsome, Johnny Doran. Photo of Andy, Mick Conroy and Leo Rowsome's family

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 13-15, "Martin Rochford, 1916-2000" photo & article about Martin Rochford by Peter Laban with mention of Dan McMahon, Tony Rainey, Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome among others and three tunes transcibed from Martin's playing "The orphan's jig", "The bush in bloom" & "The swallow's tail"

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

Doran, Michael

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 2, "Felix Doran's pipes" article by pipemaker Dave Williams about Felix Doran's pipes made by Frank Gorker not the Leo Rowsome set. Photo of Felix's father John Doran and Felix's son Michael Doran

Doran, Paddy

Sraith 2, Uimhir 7, Meitheamh 1980: page 2, "The pipes on Lavender Hill" article about the Pipes and Piping Exhibition presented at Battersea Arts Centre, A sense of Ireland, the London Festival of Irish Arts, Paddy Doran, Johnny Doran's son, together with relations was among the visitors

Dougherty, Martin

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire í Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

Dow, Michael A.

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 13, "Hennelly pipes" an article by Michael A. Dow about a set of Hennelly pipes purchased from Rick O'Shea. Michael tells of having access to Hennelly's handwritten notes owned by Kevin Henry. Hennelly made a set of pipes for Joe Shannon in 1934. The Hennelly set owned by Rick O'Shea was originally made for Martin Beirne in 1938 with bellows by Matt Kiernan. 3 photos of bellows made by Michael A. Dow

Doyle, Joe

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Gabriel McKeon, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 12-13, , "Willie Clancy Summer School 1996" photos by Peter Laban of Conor McKeon, Tommy McCarthy, Al Purcell, Seán Talty, James O'Brien-Moran & Joe Doyle with Dickie Deegan

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 16-18, "Last year in Bettystown: a look back at a great piping weekend" account of the 1997 Bettystown Tionól by Joe Crane with photo of Joe Doyle playing his Taylor style 4 reg. set. Pipers Paddy O'Connor of Dundalk, his son Michael and Finbar McLaughlin are among those mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

Duffy, Phil

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Dugan, Frank (19-?-1966)

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 8, "Deceased pipers" announcement of the deaths of pipers Tom Sheridan, Frank Dugan & Eddie Potts

Duncan, Tyler

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Pat Broaders, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch Dunn, Jim

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire í Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

Dunles, Carla

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Dunn, Martin

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 16-17, "A visit to the Alan Jones collection of uilleann pipes , in Galashields" article by Joe Crane about a vist to the Alan Jones pipe collection in July 1996 together with Martin Dunn & Colin Ross

Dunne, Lorcan

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 9, "New Zealand" article about Martin Nolan's visit to attend the first New Zealand Tionól in 1991, photo on page 20 of the pipers attending among them piper & pipemaker Lorcan Dunne

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 8-9, "Willie Clancy Summer School '94" photos by Peter Laban of Tommy McCarthy, Rolf Knusel, Lorcan Dunne, Dave Hegarty & Kevin Henry

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 10-11, "Athenry to Auckland - New Zealand 1996" article by Tommy Keane with mention of Lorcan Dunne & reedmaker Ian McKenzie, photo of the pipers attending the tionól courtesy Lorcan Dunne

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Dunne, Michael

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 6, "Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thuamhumhan (Thomond Pipers Club)" article about the club started by Michael Dunne & Márie Ní Ghráda

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig: page 4, "Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thiamhumhan - Thomond Pipers Club" announcement of Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thiamhumhan with teachers Matthew Bashford, Máire Ni Ghráda & Michael Dunne

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig: page 5, "New pipemaker" announcement that Michael Dunne is now making practice sets in the style of Cillian O'Briain

Dunne, Patrick

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 8, "Piping in Wicklow (III)" about piper Pat Dunne from Imaal

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 20-21, "Seanchas: Patrick Dunne, the last piper of Wicklow" article from "The Shamrock", a national weekly journal of Irish history, literature, arts & c., 1870, p. 421

Duranton, Antoine

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 20-22, "The Easter Snow Tionól, France" report from the tionól in the French Alps , March 10-12, 2000, photos of pipers, organisers Didier Heuline and Antoine Duranton, and Seán Potts, Daniel Saulnier, Jean Daniel Ruedi, Andre Reboux and Jacques Regard

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Durham, Con

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 11, "Leon Rowsome (1936-1994) appreciation of Leon Rowsome by Kevin Rowsome, among the pipers mentioned Con Durham & Eamon Brophy

Dutch Tionól

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 6, " Dutch Tionól 5-7 October, 1990" group photo of pipers attenting the Dutch Tionól

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 11, "Dutch Tionól (1993)" three photos by Peter Laban of Hille v.d. Heijden, Robert van Dijk with Peter van Liempt, & Brian Gallaher

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page12, "Dutch Tionól 1998" article by Swier Oosterhuis mentioning Marc van Daal & Tommy McCarthy with a photo of pipers Roelof Rosendal, Raphael de Cock & Tommy McCarthy

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Early, James

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 12-17, "From the archive - The geese in the bog" transcription of The geese in the bog" & article by Sean Donnelly, James Early, Jim Lavin, Barney Delaney, Johnny Gorman, Patsy Touhey & Michael Gallagher are mentioned, photo of Michael Carney

Egan, Michael (18-? -1860/61)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 7, "Pipe stolen" photo of a set of pipes thought to be by Egan that were stolen on the 24th of January 1985 from the Cliffe Castle Art Gallery & Musem at Knightly, West Yorkshire. This set has been identified as a Harrington set, measured by Iain Camerons father at the time of theft

Vol. 3. no. 6, March 1991: page 20-21, "Paddy Galvin, the New Zealand piper" article about Paddy Galvin of Cardrona whose Egan set is in the Arrowhead museum and who is thought to have owned a Harrington and Butler set, refererences & article by Terry Carroll of Auckland with a photo of the Hotel Cardrona

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 8, "Egan pipes" request for information for the research by Ken McLeod of Michael Egan and his instruments

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Pat Broaders, Al Purcell & Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Vol. 3 no. 38 January 1999: page 22-23, "Michael Wallace: the prince of pipers" an article submitted by Tom Munnelly per Terry Moylan. The article was found in around 1968 in a Westport bookshop. Denis Delaney, William Connolly & Michael Egan are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 16-18, "A technical column: why are the classic sets so important to us" an article by Geoff Wooff on pipes made between 1800-1860 by Egan, Coyne, Harrington, & Kenna

Ennis, James

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 17, photo of James Ennis playing the pipes with a group of Connemara boys listening, taken in the late .20's or early 30's Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 15, "Music from James Ennis: The morning thrush" the tune transcribed by Brendán Breathnach from the piping of Séamus Ennis

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 23, "From the Seán Reid papers" photo of Séamus Ennis & Mary & James Ennis from the Sunday Independent, 13 Dec., 1953

Ennis, Séamus (1919-1982)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 1, "From the archives" transcriptions from the playing of Seámus Ennis of the Foxhunters jig, Boys of Bluehill, Ballymanus Fair, Derry hornpipe

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 5, "From the archive" three tunes transcribed from the playing of Séamus Ennis, one from a tape of Peter Browne "An leanbh sí " (Fairy child), and two hornpipes recorded 1974 & 1978, "Anon hornpipe" & "Stage hornpipe"

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 2, "Half-yearly meeting" article about ideas for commerating Séamus Ennis

Sraith 2, Uimhir 29, Márta 1986, "Transcription of an unknown tune from the playing of Séamus Ennis", recorded in Termonfeckin in 1971 by Geoff Wooff, transcribed by Peter Laban

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 9, "The melodic tradition of Ireland" review of the book by James R. Cowdery with it's appendix of tunes transcribed from the playing of traditional musicians among them the pipers, Johnny Doran, Paddy Keenan, R.L. O'Mealy, Seámus Ennis, Willie Clancy & Leo Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 3, "Releases"article about The bonny bunch of roses/Irish pipe and tin whistle songs recording/Ossian reissue - sleeve notes correction

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 14-15, "From the archive" transcription of Bonnie Kate by Seán Donnelly

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page 11, "Séamus Ennis and the Galway fiddler Máirtín Byrnes " photo taken in London in the 1950's, courtsy of Joe Doyle

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 23, "From the Seán Reid papers" photo of Séamus Ennis & Mary & James Ennis from the Sunday Independent, 13 Dec., 1953

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 11, "Feile Shéamuis Ennis" article about the first annual Feile Shéamuis Ennis

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 8-9, "Review of "The return from Fingal" (RTE CD 199) By Robbie Hannan

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 22-23, "John Brogan - pipemaker" article by Fergus Brogan about John Brogan. Pat Ward, Séamus Ennis & Peter Browne are mentioned, and also the Ennis Coyne set. Photo of John Brogan and Pat Ward

Ennis Tionól

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 8-9, "Ennis Tionól" article by Seán Óg Potts

Ennis, Tom

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 17-18, "Tape of Tom Ennis" list of tunes on a cassette tape made by Philippe Varlet of 78 rpm recordings made by Tom Ennis, sent to NPU by Kirk Lynch

Ennistymon Tionól

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 5, "Tionól - 1990: some participants": photo from the Falls Hotel, Ennistymon, 1990

Evans, D.J.

Sraith 2, Uimhir 29, Márta 1986: page 8, "D.J. Evans & C.M. Sheard" price list for uilleann pipes by Soefirne, Shropshire

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Fallon, Jimmy

Sraith 11, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 1 & 4, "Jimmy Fallon, travelling piper" by Thomas Kelly, Grance, Curraghboy, Roscommon (from the Irish Folklore Commision 1968)

Farrell, Michael

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Falsey, Michael

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 3, "Memories of the Dorans in Clare"article by Michael Falsey about Johnny & Felix Doran during the 1940's

Feeley, Francis

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "Try the uilleann (Irish) pipes workshop" report from Francis Feeley about a the workshop at the Kelham Island "Folk Factory" led by Brian Howard & Francis Feeley with Danny McCormick

Finnegan, Fergus

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

Fischer, Craig

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 19-20, "Opinon page: protection of our musical heritage" article by Craig Fischer regarding historic instruments

Fischer, Jrgen

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page11 "From a Swedish piper" article from Per Kristoffersson of Helsingborg, Sweden about his piping lessons with Jorgen Fischer, with a photo of Per & Jorgen

Fitzmaurice, ?

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 6 "St. Patricks Day in London" article taken from Walker's Hibernian Magazine, March 1806 about piper Mr Fitzmaurice

Flanagan, John

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Vol. 4. no 8 Nollaig 2000: page 22-23, "Seanchas: Irish pipes and pipers" articles from "The Irish Times" Dublin, Oct 29th, & 1st Nov, 1910 about Canon Goodman & John Hingston with mention of a piper called Bowen. Also an article from "The Irishman" Belfast, 19th May, 1917 with the following pipers listed, Rowsome, Flanagan Snr., Flanangan Jnr., Kenny, Potts and Eamonn Ceannt

Flanagan, Michael

Vol. 3 no. 6 March 1991: page 12-13, "A choice from print" three reels, "The lass of Ballintra", The Dunboyne staw-plaiters", "The boys of the lake" from the Patrick Weston Joyce collection "Old Irish folk music & songs", publ. 1909, from the playing of piper Michael Flanagan of Dublin.

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 23, "Piper Byrne's chanter" In a letter published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 3.8.1912, Michael Flanagan confirms that the chanter used by James Byrne was a Kenna, and praises the brand new set played by Francis McPeake to be superior in tone to any of the other sets of pipes, old or new played

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 22-23, Tarlach Mac Suibhne" article from Béaloideas, 1964 by Pádraig Mac Seáin annotated by Gerry Starr, Tarlach's father piper Eamonn Rua is mentioned and Bob Thompson, Tom Rowsome John Cash & (Michael) Flanagan

Fleming, John

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 19, "Deni Nugent, piper, 1882-1937" article by David Gaynor & Michael O'Connor with mention of Tom Rowsome, John Fleming, Eddie Potts, Seán Seery, Jim Brophy & Eddie Potts and a photo of Denis Nugent

Fogarty Michael

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 15, "Michael Fogarty" article by Dave Hegarty

Foley, Johnny

Sraith 11, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 2, "The banks of Lough Gowna" article about Johnny foley and a blind piper called Murtagh Mayo by Aodh Murry, Cnoc Eala, Lough Gowna, Cavan (from the Irish Folklore Commision 1968)

Foley, Michael

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 9-10, "Kilkenny Piping School" article by Pat Murphy. Students at the school are John Tuohy, David Tuohy & Michael Foley. Photos of Leonard Barry & Pat Murphy playing John Tuohy's Coyne B set and a group photo of Pat Murphy, Michael Foley, Leonard Barry, David Touhy, John Touhy Jnr. by John Touhy Snr.

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Folsom, Seán

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 7-9, "1999 San Francisco Tionól" article by Richard Kaz of the event with photos of Richard Kaz, Sam O'Kane, Kevin Reitmann, Seán Folsom, Gabriel McKeagney and Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photos by Richard Kaz. Pipers Andreas Rogge and Todd Denman are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Froment, Alain

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 15-18, "What if?... a technical column: yet more about reeds" article by Max Busch based on his own experiences of his Froment set

Vol. 4 no. 1 July 1999: page 10-11, "Cork Tionól 1999" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin about the 99 Cork Tionól in memory of Sylvester Ryan with Alain Froment, Dave Hegarty, Stephen Scales. Brendan Ring, photos of the Cork Tionól organising commitee and a sculpture by Kevin Holland commemorating the event

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "First Peader Broe Tionól, Fermoy, Co. Cork" report from the tionól, pipers in attendence were Alain Froment, Mícheál Ó Briain, David Power, Donncha Goff, Márie Ní Ghráda, Stephen Scales & Dave Heagarty

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 5, "Stolen pipes" report of Greg Dolan's Alain Froment set with Robbie Hughes chanter stolen in Nantes, France on 22 March, 2001. The pipes were originally made for Didier Jaffredo with his name inscribed on the stock

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 7, "Scoiltrad, the virtual school" article by Kevin Glackin about Scoiltrad, the on-line tutor, with teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh, Conal O'Gráda & Kevin Glackin. Photo of Eoin Ó Riabhaigh playing his Taylor set with chanter by Alain Froment

Fukuda, Jun

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page10, "Impressions from Scoil Acla 1998", article by Jun Fukuda

Furey, Finbar

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page: page 3, "Tionól Píobaireachta 1991 main theme of the Tionól is regulators, talk given by Geoff Wooff, reedmaking by Finbar Furey

Furness, Cathy

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 4, "Kathy Furness, New York" photo taken at WCSS 1984

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 5, "An overseas piper looks back at the Willie Clancy School" article by Cathy Furness about WCSS 1984

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Gallagher, Felix (1917- ? Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page18-20, "Seanchas: Felix Gallagher, the Leitrim piper"article by Peter Gallagher about Felix Gallagher and his Taylor set with four photos and mention of Paul Brennan and Felix Doran Gallagher, Michael J.

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 11-15 "From the archive: Moran's hornpipes - The plains of Boyle & the Leitrim Fancy" article about M. J. Gallagher and transcriptions of two tunes by Seán Donnelly

Vol 3. no. 4 September 1990: page 14-15 " M. J. Gallagher" biographical article by Seán Donnelly

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 12-17, "From the archive - The geese in the bog" transcription of "The geese in the bog" & article by Sean Donnelly, James Early, Jim Lavin, Barney Delaney, Johnny Gorman, Patsy Touhey & Michael Gallagher are mentioned, photo of Michael Carney

Gallagher, Seth

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 8-9, "Tionól reports: 9th annual Chris Langan Irish Traditional music Weekend, Toronto, Canada. January 14-156, 2000" article by Lewis Blevins about the Tionól. Photos of Brian & Cillian Vallely and Seth Gallagher who taught piping and reedmaking workshops, and Eamonn Dillon of Belfast-Florida, Rick Lines & Pat O'Gorman

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 10-11, "North East Tionól, USA - a review" article by Lewis Blevins about the tionól in 1999 with pipers and pipemakers, Tom Quinn, Patrick Hutchinson, Joe McKenna, Benedict Koehler, Seth Gallagher, leading the classes in piping, reedmaking and maintanence. David Quinn was also present

Gallaher, Brian

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 18-19, "Dutch pipers' tionól" article by Brian Gallaher, pipers Peter Laban, Rob van Dijk & Marc van Daal are mentioned

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 11, "Dutch Tionól" three photos by Peter Laban of Hille v.d. Heijden, Robert van Dijk & his Robert Reid "D" set with Peter van Liempt, & Brian Gallaher

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Gabriel McKeon, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Galvin, Paddy

Vol. 3. no. 6, March 1991: page 20-21, "Paddy Galvin, the New Zealand piper" article about Paddy Galvin of Cardrona whose Egan set is in the Arrowhead museum and who is thought to have owned a Harrington and Butler set, refererences & article by Terry Carroll of Auckland with a photo of the Hotel Cardrona

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 10, "Galvin" Martin Nolan played at the Lake Districts Museum on Paddy Galvin's Egan set

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Gan Ainm

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 21, photo of Gan Ainm, the association of uilleann pipers in Brittany, Patrig Moland is the only identified piper in the photograph

Gandsey, James (1767-1857)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 30, Bealtine 1986: page 2, "Denis Harrington of Cork" article about Denis Harrington and Kerry piper James Gandsey, by Michael Grainger

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 22, "Chomh Dall le Geansaí" article by Aoileann nic Gearailt about the use of a local idiomatic expression that refers to Gandsey

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 20-23, "Gandsey, the Killarney piper" article about James Gandsey from "A week at Killarney" by Mr. & Mrs. S.C. Hall: Virtue & Co. London 1850

Garoghan, Thomas

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 20-21, "References to pipers in Irisleabhar na Gaedhilge - The Gaelic Journal VII (May 1896-April 1897)" submitted by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Garvin, Wilbert

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 25, "Uilleann pipes vs Highland pipes" article by Wilbert Garvin regarding the playing of Irish tunes on the Highland pipes

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page13, "Bettystown, many years ago" photo taken at Bettystown in the mid-1970's by Ken McLeod of Wilbert Garvin, Brendán Breathnach, Liam O'Flynn, Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 5, "Heinz Braun & Wilbert Garvin" article by Wilbert and photo of Wilbert & Heinz

Gastinel, Jean Luc

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Gaynor, Piper

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 20-21, "Tobar an phíobaire" article about Piper Gaynor first published 1845? and reproduced in An Píobaire, 13, Bealtine, 1973, supplied by Gerry Starr, photo of Dudley Colcough, the Wexford piper

Geraghty, Des

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

Giblin, Chad P.

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: cover photo of Chad P. Giblin playing a penny chanter practice set made by David Daye of Seattle, photo by Rachel Giblin

Gill, Emmett

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 3 & 6, "The London pipers" article about the piping scene in London, England by Billy Browne, photos of Emmett Gill and Dennis Picker

Ginsberg, Alan

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 16-17, "What if?... a technical column: Uilleann pipes in the key of "C" from a set made by M. Egan in Liverpool ..." article about Alan & Joan Ginsberg's drawings for making a set of pipes based on a M. Egan "C" set & a Leo Rowsome "D" set, by Joe Crane

Goff, Donncha

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 9, photos of Janette Lambert Wicklow, Donncha Goff Waterford, Stefan Kayat Sweden, Yves Laurent France, taken at the Willie Clancy Summer School 1991

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "First Peader Broe Tionól, Fermoy, Co. Cork" report from the tionól, pipers in attendence were Alain Froment, Mícheál Ó Briain, David Power, Donncha Goff, Márie Ní Ghráda, Stephen Scales & Dave Heagarty

Goodman, Canon

Sraith 2, Uimhir 30, Bealtine 1986: page 6, "Death of a well known Irish scholar" article from the United Irishman, Jan. 25, 1896, submitted by Michael Grainger

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 11, "The Goodman concert, 19 Oct. 91" program & note by Dave Hegarty

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 10, "Goodman centenary - October 1991" article by Revd. Dr. Richard Henderson

Vol. 4. no 8 Nollaig 2000: page 22-23, "Seanchas: Irish pipes and pipers" articles from "The Irish Times" Dublin, Oct 29th, & 1st Nov, 1910 about Canon Goodman & John Hingston with mention of a piper called Bowen. Also an article from "The Irishman" Belfast, 19th May, 1917 with the following pipers listed, Rowsome, Flanagan Snr., Flanangan Jnr., Kenny, Potts and Eamonn Ceannt

Goodman, Philip

Sraith 11, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979: page 4, "A Farney piper's tunes" article about Philip Farney and a list of 307 tunes he took with him to the Feis Ceoil at Belfast in 1898 by Enri O Muirgheasa (H. Morris) reprinted from the Lough Archaeological journal v 2, 1922

Goosens, Rob

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Gorker, Frank

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 2, "Felix Doran's pipes" article by Dave Williams about Felix Doran's pipes made by Frank Gorker not the Leo Rowsome set. Photo of Felix's father John Doran, and Felix's son Michael Doran

Gorman, John

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: cover & page 2, photo of John Gorman from Gormanstown, Co. Meath, taken in Chicago around the turn of the century

Gorman, Johnny

Sraith 2, Uimhir 7, Meitheamh 1980: page 4, "Piper's shocking death: Johnny Gorman" article from the Irish Independent 27-3-1917 about piper & fiddler Johnny Gorman's tragic demise

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 3-4, "The trip to Dunmore" article by Dave Hegarty

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 12-17, "From the archive - The geese in the bog" transcription of The geese in the bog" & article by Sean Donnelly, James Early, Jim Lavin, Barney Delaney, Johnny Gorman, Patsy Touhey & Michael Gallagher are mentioned, photo of Michael Carney

Grant, Dick

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 6, "High jinks in Henrietta Street" article about a musical evening at Henrietta Street, Saturday 19th of December 1984, photos of Eugene Lambe, Michael Bonamy, Margaret Barry (whistle) Seosamhin Ní Bheaglaoich (sng) & Dick Grant

Grigsby, Bernard J.

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Grogan, Larry (1701-1728/29)

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 25, "Larry Grogan" article by Terry Moylan about the Wexford piper Larry Grogan

Guichaoua, Jean Jacques

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Guilloux, Marc

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

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Haly, Patrick

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 19, "Of two pipers" from an article written by Seán Crawford for the "Newry Reporter" in 1959, in which Patrick Haly, Ballyshannon & Pat McCormack, Ardee are mentioned, supplied by Wilbert Garvin

Hamilton, William (1897-1973)

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 18, "William Hamilton of Glasgow 1897-1973" description & photo of a set of pipes in C& photo of the maker W. Hamilton, courtesy of Anne Moore

Haneman, Bill

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darch Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Hanly, Patsy: see Hennelly, Patrick

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: cover, photo of Rick O'Shea of New York playing a set made by Patsy Hanly of Chicago for the 1937 Chicago World Fair

Hanly, Peter (1915-1986)

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

Hannan, Robbie

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 1, "Music on the Liffy & pipers workshop 17 March 1985" recital by Robbie Hannan, Seán Óg Potts & éamonn Curran, , article by Mick Slevin

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 5, Sracfhéacaint ar stair na píobaireachta i mbéal feirste ó bhlianta tosaigh an chéid anuas go dtí an lá atá inniu ann" article in Irish ( about Belfast pipers I think) by Robbie Hannan

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 5, "Robbie Hannan" photo and short article about a performance at Hennrietta Street on March 23rd

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 10-12, "A great week at the Crosses of Annagh: (diary of 7 nights great music during the WCSS 1992)" article by Bill Slattery, Paddy Keenan, Robbie Hannan & Mac Dara Mac Donncha mentioned

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 19, "Letters: Pipes and motor cars, reeds and engines" reply by Robbie Hannan to Cillian Ó Briains reply regarding the making of ones own reeds

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 8-9, "News from the colonies" article by Joe Crane about the Newcastle gathering 1994 with pipers Robbie Hannan, Liam O'Flynn, Mick O'Brien, Paul Brennan, Seán Donnelly, Patrick Davey, & Tommy Keane

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 9, "Scoil Acla 1996, and 1997 announcment of the summer school, photo of Robbie Hannan, Donncha Keegan & Ciarán O Máille & pupils

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 8-9, "News from the colonies - part 1997" article by Joe Crane about the Tyneside Irish Festival with Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, a vist to Edinburgh with a mention of Harry Lawson, Jackie McIiduff & Maurice Bradley and lastly to Morpeth and a visit from Robbie Hannan and Brian Howard

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 12-13, "Uilleann piping classes in the south of France" article by Robbie Hannan about piping classes in Tocane St Apre in July 1998, photo of Robbie Hannan with French pipers

Haraguchi, Toyoaki

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 4, "News" article about Japanese piper Toyoaki Haraguchi

Harrington, Denis

Sraith 2, Uimhir 30, Bealtine 1986: page 2, "Denis Harrington of Cork" article about Denis Harrington and Kerry piper James Gandsey, by Michael Grainger

Vol. 3. no.4 September 1990: page 7, "Denis Harrington" short article about Denis Harrington by John Francis Maguire taken from "The industrial movement in Ireland as illustrated by the National Exhibition of 1852" (publish. by O'Brien, Cork, 1853

Vol. 3. no. 6, March 1991: page 20-21, "Paddy Galvin, the New Zealand piper" article about Paddy Galvin of Cardrona whose Egan set is in the Arrowhead museum and who is thought to have owned a Harrington and Butler set, refererences & article by Terry Carroll of Auckland, with a photo of the Hotel Cardrona

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 7, "Pipe stolen" photo of a set of pipes thought to be by Egan that were stolen on the 24th of January 1985 from the Cliffe Castle Art Gallery & Musem at Knightly, West Yorkshire. This set has later been identified as a Harrington set, measured by Iain Camerons father at the time of theft

Vol. 3 no. 38 January 1999: page 26, "A historical photograph" a photo taken in 1938 of Al Purcell with his father, Leo Purcell's Harrington set. A short article about Leo Purcell & Martin Burke

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 16-18, "A technical column: why are the classic sets so important to us" an article by Geoff Wooff on pipes made between 1800-1860 by Egan, Coyne, Harrington, & Kenna

Hatton, Robert

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 26-27, "Tom Busby, New York" article about Tom Busby by Brendán Breathnach with mention of Mike Carney and Paddy Lavin , P.J. Ryan & Mick O'Brien & pipemakers Robert Hatton (Hutton) and Willie Rowsome

Healy of Lackan, Piper

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 20-21 "Seanchas: How the tune The lark in the morning was composed" by Nial McCormick, Carrowmore, Leacan, 1937 with notes by Seán Donnelly

Hearún, Caoimhe

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McMcarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Hegarty, Dave

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 3, photo of Michael O'Brien, Dublin, piping at the Half-yearly meeting

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 7, "Reedmaking" an article by Dave Hegarty

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 4-5. Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy" photos of Nick Adams, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Dave Heagarty,, Peter Laban, Rory Sommers, Geoff Wooff, John Murphy, Seán Donnelly at WCSS 1985

Sraith 2, Uimhir 29, Márta 1986, page, 2-3 "Futher notes on reedmaking (arising out of the Willie Clancy reedmaking workshop classes): drone reeds & chanter & regulator reed problems, by Dave Hegarty, photo of Dave Heagarty

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 7, "Corcaigh: Cumann na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh" article in Irish, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Stephen Scales, Dave Hegarty are among those mentioned

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 8, "The Kerry pipers: founding of Píobairí Chiarraí" article about the society by Dave Hegarty

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 9, "Tionól Chorcaí" article by Pádraig O Muineacháin, photo of Diarmuid Moynihan, Kieran Ryan & Mary Mitchell, teachers Gabriel McKeon, Stephen Scales & Brendan Ring, reedmaking Dave Hegarty

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 19, "The air column - reeds once more" tips on tuning drones when about to perform on stage

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 9-10, 2 "Tioinól 1994..Ceol na nGiolcach i gCorcaigh" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin with mention of Dave Hegarty, Mick Coyne, Eoin Ó Riabhaigh & Gabriel McKeon

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 5, "News: Tralee Tionól" article by Colm de Brún, Dublin. Dave Hegarty reedmaking, Steven Scales & Colm de Brún piping classes

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 18-20, "Ned White - pipemaker" an article by Robert van Dijk about Edward White and a "C" set of pipes made by White, owned by Robert & renovated by Hubert Kwisthout, fitted with a chanter reed by Dave Hegarty in 1992, photo of the pipes by Peter Laban & photo of Hubert Kwisthout with the pipes by Robert van Dijk

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 8-9, "Willie Clancy Summer School '94" photos by Peter Laban of Tommy McCarthy, Rolf Knusel, Lorcan Dunne, Dave Hegarty & Kevin Henry

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 10-11, "Cork Tionól 1999" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin about the 99 Cork Tionól in memory of Sylvester Ryan with Alain Froment, Dave Hegarty, Stephen Scales. Brendan Ring, photos of the Cork Tionól organising commitee and a sculpture by Kevin Holland commemorating the event

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "First Peader Broe Tionól, Fermoy, Co. Cork" report from the tionól, pipers in attendence were Alain Froment, Mícheál Ó Briain, David Power, Donncha Goff, Márie Ní Ghráda, Stephen Scales & Dave Heagarty

Heijden, Hille van der

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 6, "Some pipers at Dutch Tionól" photos of van der Heijden, Mark van Daal, Holland & Johannes Schiefner, Ulrich Plasberg, Germany, by Peter Laban

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 11, "Dutch Tionól" three photos by Peter Laban of Hille v.d. Heijden, Robert van Dijk & his Robert Reid "D" set with Peter van Liempt, & Brian Gallaher

Henderson, Jarlath

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 13, "WCSS 2000, from a student viewpoint" report by Jarleth Henderson, Tyrone with photo taken by Peter Laban of Marcus Kunz, Jarleth Henderson & Aoife Carty piping in Tom Malone's back room

Hennelly, Patrick

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: cover, photo of Rick O'Shea of New York playing a set made by Patsy Hanly of Chicago

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 13, "Hennelly pipes" an article by Michael A. Dow about a set of Hennelly pipes purchased from Rick O'Shea. Michael tells of having access to Hennelly's handwritten notes owned by Kevin Henry. Hennelly made a set of pipes for Joe Shannon in 1934. The Hennelly set owned by Rick O'Shea was originally made for Martin Beirne in 1938 with bellows by Matt Kiernan. 3 photos of bellows made by Michael A. Dow

Hennessy, Seán

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Henrietta Street

Sraith 11, Uimh.5, Meán Fómhair 1979, page 1 "Henrietta Street" article about the restoration of the building and donations

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 1 article about the restoration of Henrietta Street

Henry, Kevin

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 8-9, "Willie Clancy Summer School '94" photos by Peter Laban of Tommy McCarthy, Rolf Knusel, Lorcan Dunne, Dave Hegarty & Kevin Henry

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Pat Broaders, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 13, "Hennelly pipes" an article by Michael A. Dow about a set of Hennelly pipes purchased from Rick O'Shea. Michael tells of having access to Hennelly's handwritten notes owned by Kevin Henry. Hennelly made a set of pipes for Joe Shannon in 1934. The Hennelly set owned by Rick O'Shea was originally made for Martin Beirne in 1938 with bellows by Matt Kiernan. 3 photos of bellows made by Michael A. Dow

Herve, Daniel

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 4, "Daniel Herve, Paris" photo taken at WCSS 1984

Heuline, Didier

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 20-22, "The Easter Snow Tionól, France" report from the tionól in the French Alps , March 10-12, 2000, photos of pipers, organisers Didier Heuline and Antoine Duranton, and Seán Potts, Daniel Saulnier, Jean Daniel Ruedi, Andre Reboux and Jacques Regard

Hill, Vic

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 20, "Of pipes and pitches" article by Vic Hill about the Praetorius standard, or baroque pitch, New philharmonic & old philharmonic pitches used in the late 19th century with mention of the Reid double chanter at Morpeth

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 16, "A technical column: leaks - how to find and treat them" article by Vic Hill

Hingston, John

Vol. 4. no 8 Nollaig 2000: page 22-23, "Seanchas: Irish pipes and pipers" articles from "The Irish Times" Dublin, Oct 29th, & 1st Nov, 1910 about Canon Goodman & John Hingston with mention of a piper called Bowen. Also an article from "The Irishman" Belfast, 19th May, 1917 with the following pipers listed, Rowsome, Flanagan Snr., Flanangan Jnr., Kenny, Potts and Eamonn Ceannt

Hinse, Rob

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 3, photo by Peter Laban of Rob Hinse at the piping class at "de Glind", Holland, Feb, 1990

Horgan, Michael

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Howard, Brian

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 8-9, "News from the colonies - part 1997" article by Joe Crane about the Tyneside Irish Festival with Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, a vist to Edinburgh with a mention of Harry Lawson, Jackie McIiduff & Maurice Bradley and lastly to Morpeth and a visit from Robbie Hannan and Brian Howard

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "Try the uilleann (Irish) pipes workshop" report from Francis Feeley about a the workshop at the Kelham Island "Folk Factory" led by Brian Howard & Francis Feeley with Danny McCormick

Howley, Elisabeth

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 26, "A historical photograph", photo of Eileen Howley & Felix Doran taken around 1940 at Eileen Howley's home in Gortroe, Ardrahan, Co. Galway, photo sent by Martin Rochford who recieved it from Charlie Piggott

Hughes, John

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 10-11, " Cultra Tionól: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum 1997" article by Robbie Hannan with mention of John Hughes and his Coyne C-sharp, Andreas Rogge, Ken McLeod and his Kenna set and the R. L. O'Mealy exhibition, photo of Andreas Rogge, Cathal Mac Carráin & Anthony McManus & a photo of the O'Mealy exhibit

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 16-17, "An Tionól, Rosslare, 1998, photos of Susanne Ward USA, Cormac Ó Briain Belfast, Mark Crossin Belfast, Pól Mac Fionnmhacháin Dublin, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Diarmuid Ó Buachalla, Steve Turner England, John Hughes Belfast

Hughes, Robbie

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 9, "Hughes & McLeod - new address" announcement of new address

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 11-13, "Seán McAloon (1923-1998): in memoriam" article by Robbie Hanna with photo of Seán playing a Taylor set(?) and Seán Maguire, taken at the NPU Tionól, 1978. Pipers Phil Martin, Jack Wade of Co. Dublin & pipemakers Finbar McLaughlin & Robbie Hughes are among those mentioned

Hutchinson, Patrick

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 10-11, "North East Tionól, USA - a review" article by Lewis Blevins about the tionól in 1999 with pipers and pipemakers, Tom Quinn, Patrick Hutchinson, Joe McKenna, Benedict Koehler, Seth Gallagher, leading the classes in piping, reedmaking and maintanence. David Quinn was also present

Hyland, Edward Keating (1780-1845)

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 14-15, "The fox chase: notated by Leo Rowsome" composed by Blind Tipp, piper Edward Keating Hyland, 1799

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 5, "Cahir piper" article about the statue unveiled in Cahir , Co. Tipperary. Hyland composed the "The fox chase"

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h-de, Tomás de

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Gabriel McKeon, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Irish musicians in New York in 1921

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 18-20, "Seanchas: Irish musicians in New York in 1921" verses composed by John Ennis, father of Tom Ennis, in 1921 about a meeting of pipers, Patrick Vizzard & Eddie Burke are among those mentioned, by Seán Donnelly

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Jackson, Murray

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 10-11, "New Zealand Tionól 2000", article by Kirby McLeod with mention of reedmaker Murray Jackson

Jackson, Walter ("Piper Jackson")

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 19, "Where's that?" article about Piper Jackson from the Irish Times 7th of May, 1990

Jaffredo, Didier

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 5, "Stolen pipes" report of Greg Dolan's Alain Froment set with Robbie Hughes chanter stolen in Nantes, France on 22 March, 2001. The pipes were originally made for Didier Jaffredo with his name inscribed on the stock

Johnston, Greg

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kuntz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

Johnston, Jane

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 20-22, "Seanchas: Netta Jane Nicholl Johnston (1879-1953): locally known as Miss Johnston but as Jane to her friends)" article by Wilbert Garvin with a description of her O'Mealy set, 2 photos of the pipes

Johnston Robb, Colin

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 22-23, "Facts about the Irish pipes: the piper from Magheralin" article originally published in "The Irish news" in 1946, by Colin Johnston Robb, a history of the history of piping in Ireland and about piper Larry Neal M'Elvanna

Jones, Alan

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 16-17, "A visit to the Alan Jones collection of uilleann pipes , in Galashields" article by Joe Crane about a vist to the Alan Jones pipe collection in July 1996 together with Martin Dunn & Colin Ross

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Kannmacher, Thomas

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 2-3, "Piping in West Germany" article by piper Thomas Kannmacher about the situation in what was at the time of writing, Western Germany

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 11, "Deutsche Uilleann Pipes Geselschaft" article about the tionól by Gunter Lehnert & Tom Kannmacher, reedmaking by Andreas Rogge & Hans Jorg Podworny, lesson by Tom Kannmacher, Walter Lelle & Hans Jorg Podworny, performance by Peter McKenna

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 17-19, "A techical column: on changing climates and chanter & regulator reed construction" by Thomas Kannmacher with mention of reedmaker Hans Reusch

Kayat, Stefan

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 9, photos of Janette Lambert Wicklow, Donncha Goff Waterford, Stefan Kayat Sweden, Yves Laurent France, taken at the Willie Clancy Summer School 1991

Kaz, Richard

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 7-9, "1999 San Francisco Tionól" article by Richard Kaz of the event with photos of Richard Kaz, Sam O'Kane, Kevin Reitmann, Seán Folsom, Gabriel McKeagney and Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photos by Richard Kaz. Pipers Andreas Rogge and Todd Denman are also mentioned

Keane, Andy

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 23, photo of Augustine McNamara, flute, Andy Keane, pipes, Tadhg smalle, violin from Limerick. Griangraf ó Sheán Ó Morónnaigh, Dúrlas éile

Keane, Bill

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 24, "A Limerick piper" photo of Bill Keane holding what looks like a Coyne set, winner of Craobh an Oireachtais 1905, and father of piper Andy Keane

Keane, Tommy

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 10, "Tionól na Rinne" short article about the Tionól, Tommy Reck was present, with photos of Jimmy Ó Brien-Moran, Mícheal Ó Briain & Tommy Keane

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny, 1992" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peader Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 19, "Some newly composed tunes" "The pipers apron" by Tommy Keane & "Hard road to Passage" by Terry Moylan, transcribed by Seán Donnelly

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 8-9, "News from the colonies" article by Joe Crane about the Newcastle gathering 1994 with pipers Robbie Hannan, Liam O'Flynn, Mick O'Brien, Paul Brennan, Seán Donnelly, Patrick Davey, & Tommy Keane

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 10-11, "Athenry to Auckland - New Zealand 1996" article by Tommy Keane with mention of Lorcan Dunne & reedmaker Ian McKenzie, photo of the pipers attending the tionól courtesy Lorcan Dunne

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: page 8-9, "Chris Langan Weekend, Toronto, Cananda" article by Rick Lines about the event with photos of Benedict Koehler, Cillian Vallely, Tommy Keane & Ray Caldwell

Kearney, Tommy

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 1, "Tom Kearney Piping Tionól" announcment

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny, 1992" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peader Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 13-14, "Tommy Kearney, the Waterford piper" photo & article about Tommy Kearney by Kieron Concannon

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 10-11, "Willie Clancy Summer School., 1998" article about the WCSS 1998 with photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth & Tommy Kearney & Seán Potts

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Keegan, Denis

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kuntz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Keegan, Donncha

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 5-7, "The first ever County Wicklow Uilleann pipes festival" article by Dick Barton, pipers mentioned Denis Quigley, Donncha Keegan, Janette Lambert, Kevin Rowsome, Ronan Browne, Mikey Smyth, photo of the above named pipers plus others who attended the festival

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 9, "Scoil Acla 1996, and 1997 announcment of the summer school, photo of Robbie Hannan, Donncha Keegan & Ciarán O Máille & pupils

Keegan, Tony (19-? -1993)

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 8, "Tony Keegan" notice of death

Keenan, John (1924-1992)

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 12-13 & 19, "John Keenan 1924-1992" photo & appreciation by Brendan Keenan, pipers Pat Keenan & Tom Keenan are also mentioned, poem by Rozenn Keenan

Keenan, Paddy

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 9, "The melodic tradition of Ireland" review of the book by James R. Cowdery with it's appendix of tunes transcribed from the playing of traditional musicians among them the pipers, Johnny Doran, Paddy Keenan, R.L. O'Mealy, Seámus Ennis, Willie Clancy & Leo Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 13-14, "San Francisco" article by Todd Denman about the San Francisco Piper's Tionól with Paddy Keenan playing & doing reedmaking together with Ted Anderson, Tim Britton, John Pedersen, Dave McCort

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 10-12, "A great week at the Crosses of Annagh: (diary of 7 nights great music during the WCSS 1992)" article by Bill Slattery, Paddy Keenan, Robbie Hannan & Mac Dara Mac Donncha mentioned

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 7, "William Kennedy piping festival" announcement of the 3rd festival, amongst the pipers mentioned John Rooney, Paddy Keenan, Neillidh Mulligan

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 14-16, "Music of Paddy Keenan" article and transcription of "Coppers and brass by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, taken from a live broadcast March 17th, 1974

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

Kelly, Christy

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: 7, "Uilleann pipers in Scotland: Glasgow Tionól, Saturday 7th October 2000" article & photo by Boyd Peters. Pipers in the photo are Christy Kelly, Duncan MacInnes & Niel Craig

Kelly, Leo

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: cover, photo of Leo Kelly of Gladysdale, Victoria, Australia playing a Geoff Wooff 3/4 B-flat set, no. 31 made in 1982

Kelly, Piper

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 14-15, "Three tunes" "The league & slashers taken from R.L. O'Mealy, publ. 1909, "A mother's lamentation" also from O'Mealy, & "The tea reel" from the playing of Piper Kelly in 1904. photo of R. L. O'Mealy

Kelly, Tomás

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 6-7 "On the road: the schools programme of the NPU/RSPBANI Project" article about the program for bringing traditional music to school children, photo of Tom Clark, Len Graham, John Campbell, Bobby Rea & Denver Cardwell plus a photo of Tomás Kelly from Aughrim, Co. Galway

Kelly, Tommy

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

Kenna Brothers

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 10-11, "James Dolan 1915-1992" photo & appreciation of Longford piper James Dolan, the Kenna brothers, Father Jimmy Lennon & pipemaker Jim McChrone are also mentioned, by Peter Carberry

Kenna, Thomas & Timothy

Vol 3. no. 4 September 1990: page 10-11 "Morpeth Bagpipe Museum" photos of 3 sets of uilleann pipes: Robert Reid set with double chanter, Kenna of Mullingar set with double chanter, Robert Reid set with 4 keyed Kenna chanter. Photos supplied by curator Anne Moore

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 23, "Piper Byrne's chanter" In a letter published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 3.8.1912, Michael Flanagan confirms that the chanter used by James Byrne was a Kenna, and praises the brand new set played by Francis McPeake to be superior in tone to any of the other sets of pipes, old or new played

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 23, "Two historic sets of pipes" article by Tom Busby regarding a set of Kenna pipes and a set of Coyne pipes and even two Taylor sets owned by Mick O'Brien & Thomas Kerrigan, one set now played by Martin Carrigan's son

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 22, "New White (1810-1879/80), pipemaker" article by by Robert van Dijk about New White with mention of James (Jem) Byrne and Kenna

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 16-18, "A technical column: why are the classic sets so important to us" an article by Geoff Wooff on pipes made between 1800-1860 by Egan, Coyne, Harrington, & Kenna

Kennedy, Joe

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 4, "Canadian pipemaker" announcement that Joe Kennedy of Beachville, Ontario, first Canadian pipemaker is now making practice & half-sets

Kennedy, Mick

Vol 3. no. 4 September 1990: page 17, "Kennedy the piper", extract about Mick Kennedy from Mary Carbery's book "The farm by Lough Gur" (London, 1937 p.61)

Kennedy, Moss (1900-1982)

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

Kennedy, Tom

Vol. 3. no 39 February 1999: page 11, "The Kerry jig, An Gearaltach buí" tune from "The Munster pipers" possibly from the playing of Tom Kennedy

Kennedy, William

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page 16-23, "William Kennedy - blind pipemaker of Tanderagee" first part of the article published originally in the Belfast Monthly Magazine, vol. 1, Sept-Oct. 1808. The rest of the article is written by Ken McLeod

Kenny, Mrs.

Vol. 4. no 8 Nollaig 2000: page 22-23, "Seanchas: Irish pipes and pipers" articles from "The Irish Times" Dublin, Oct 29th, & 1st Nov, 1910 about Canon Goodman & John Hingston with mention of a piper called Bowen. Also an article from "The Irishman" Belfast, 19th May, 1917 with the following pipers listed, Rowsome, Flanagan Snr., Flanangan Jnr., Kenny, Potts and Eamonn Ceannt

Keogh, Patrick

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 20-21, "Seanchas: Irish musicians, the last of the pipers" interview with Paddy Keogh from The Shamrock, a national weekly journal of Irish history, literature, arts, & c, no 8, Saturday, November 24, 1866 pp 113-114, submitted by Terry Moylan.

Kerr, Barry

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 7, "Belfast Tionól" photos of Darragh Murray, Trevor Stewart, Paddy Davey and Barry Kerr, photos by Pier Kuipers

Kerrigan, Thomas

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 23, "Two historic sets of pipes" article by Tom Busby regarding a set of Kenna pipes and a set of Coyne pipes and even two Taylor sets owned by Mick O'Brien & Thomas Kerrigan, one set now played by Martin Carrigan's son

Kilbane, Michael

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 3, photo by Peter Laban of Michael Kilbane at the piping class at "de Glind", Holland, Feb, 1990

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Kilmary, William

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 21, "Seanchas: Kilmarys Fair - Magilligan" article about piper William Kilmary of Clagan and how the fair came to be

Kiernan, Mattt

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 13, "Hennelly pipes" an article by Michael A. Dow about a set of Hennelly pipes purchased from Rick O'Shea. Michael tells of having access to Hennelly's handwritten notes owned by Kevin Henry. Hennelly made a set of pipes for Joe Shannon in 1934. The Hennelly set owned by Rick O'Shea was originally made for Martin Beirne in 1938 with bellows by Matt Kiernan. 3 photos of bellows made by Michael A. Dow

Kikkers, Kai

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

King, Dearbhla

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 7, "A new face in Henrietta Street" Dearbhla King, Administrative assistant from June 12th 2000

Knüsel, Rolf

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page 22-23, "The other method- of making drone reeds" wood or brass staple with a tied on cane blade, by Rolf Knüsel

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: cover, photo of Rolf Knüsel playing his Rogge set taken at WCSS in 1993 by Liam McNulty

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 8-9, "Willie Clancy Summer School '94" photos by Peter Laban of Tommy McCarthy, Rolf Knüsel, Lorcan Dunne, Dave Hegarty & Kevin Henry

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 16-18, "A technical column: reedmaking for idiots!" Rolf Knüsel describes in detail how to make plastic drone reeds, staple manufacture & plastic regulator reeds

Koehler, Benedict

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: page 8-9, "Chris Langan Weekend, Toronto, Cananda" article by Rick Lines about the event with photos of Benedict Koehler, Cillian Vallely, Tommy Keane & Ray Caldwell

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 10-11, "North East Tionól, USA - a review" article by Lewis Blevins about the tionól in 1999 with pipers and pipemakers, Tom Quinn, Patrick Hutchinson, Joe McKenna, Benedict Koehler, Seth Gallagher, leading the classes in piping, reedmaking and maintanence. David Quinn was also present

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Kristoffersson, Per

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page11 "From a Swedish piper" article from Per Kristoffersson of Helsingborg, Sweden about his piping lessons with Jorgen Fischer, with a photo of Per & Jorgen

Kunz, Marcus

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: cover, Marcus Kunz at the 1997 Tionól, Bettystown, Co. Meath, photo by Liam McNulty

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kunz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 13, "WCSS 2000, from a student viewpoint" report by Jarleth Henderson, Tyrone with photo taken by Peter Laban of Marcus Kunz, Jarleth Henderson & Aoife Carty piping in Tom Malone's back room

Kwisthout, Hubert

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwisthout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 6-7, "Piping in north-east England" article & photo of Seán Maguire, Joe Crane & Mícheál O Briain, by Joe Crane, Hubert Kwisthout & Ian O'Brien are also mentioned

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 8-10, "Tyneside, England: the two piping weekends of the Tyneside Irish Festival, 1993" article by Joe Crane, piping guests Christy O'Leary & Ronan Browne, reedmakers Ian O'Brien & Hubert Kwisthout, & Teeside piper Becky Taylor

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 8, "Piping Day, Ashington, England" article by Joe Crane describing a day of piping activities with Hubert Kwisthout representing the uilleann pipes

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 18-20, "Ned White - pipemaker" an article by Robert van Dijk about Edward White and a "C" set of pipes made by White, owned by Robert & renovated by Hubert Kwisthout, fitted with a chanter reed by Dave Hegarty in 1992, photo of the pipes by Peter Laban & photo of Hubert Kwisthout with the pipes by Robert van Dijk

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Laban, Peter

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 4, "Peter Laban, Holland" photo taken at WCSS 1984

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 4-5. Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy" photos of Nick Adams, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Dave Heagarty, Peter Laban, Rory Sommers, Geoff Wooff, John Murphy, Seán Donnelly at WCSS 1985

Vol 3. no. 11 July 1992: page 11-18, "The music of Tommy Reck" transcriptions of the Scholar, Irish washerwoman, Bonnie Kate, Havest home, by Robert van Dyk & Peter Laban, with photo of Reck, Laban & van Dyk taken by Geoff Wooff at the Dutch Tionól at Enschede, 1989

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 18-19, "Dutch pipers' Tionól" article by Brian Gallaher, pipers Peter Laban, Rob van Dijk & Marc van Daal are mentioned

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 14-15, "Three jigs from Martin Rochford" jigs from the fiddle playing of Martin Rochford transcribed by Peter Laban from recordings of Martin made during the summer of 1989

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 14-15, "The music of Tommy Reck: the Swallow's tail reel played by Tommy Reck" transcribed by Peter Laban from a tape recording made in 1989, photo of Tommy at WCSS 1989 by Peter Laban

Lambe, Eugene

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 4, "Eugen Lambe, Clare" photo taken at WCSS 1984

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 6, "High jinks in Henrietta Street" article about a musical evening at Henrietta Street, Saturday 19th of December 1984, photos of Eugene Lambe, Michael Bonamy, Margaret Barry (whistle) Seosamhin Ní Bheaglaoich (sng) & Dick Grant

Lambert, Janette

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 9, photos by Liam McNulty? of Janette Lambert Wicklow, Donncha Goff Waterford, Stefan Kayat Sweden, Yves Laurent France, taken at the Willie Clancy Summer School 1991

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 5-7, "The first ever County Wicklow Uilleann pipes festival" article by Dick Barton, pipers mentioned Denis Quigley, Donncha Keegan, Janette Lambert, Kevin Rowsome, Ronan Browne, Mikey Smyth, photo of the above named pipers plus others who attended the festival

Langan, Chris (1915-1992)

Vol 3. no.8 September 1991: page 4, "Chris Langan, patron" article about Chris Langan

Vol 3. no. 10 July 1992: page 9-10,"Chris Langan 1915-1992" article about Chris Langan by Deirdre Leech

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 8-9, "An appreciation" article about Chris Langan by Peter Laban with photo of Chris Langan at WCSS 1991 taken by Peter Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 13-14, "Chris Langan Weekend - Canada" article by Debbie Quigley & photo of Chris with a set of Harrington pipes taken by Peggy Langan around 1955

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 8-9, "Tionól reports: 9th annual Chris Langan Irish Traditional music Weekend, Toronto, Canada. January 14-156, 2000" article about the Tionól. Photos of Brian & Cillian Vallely and Seth Gallagher who taught piping and reedmaking workshops, and Eamonn Dillon of Belfast-Florida, Rick Lines & Pat O'Gorman

Langan, Peadar

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny, 1992" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peadar Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

Laurent, Yves

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 9, photos by Liam McNulty? of Janette Lambert Wicklow, Donncha Goff Waterford, Stefan Kayat Sweden, Yves Laurent France, taken at the Willie Clancy Summer School 1991

Lavelle, Marty

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Lavin, Jim

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 3-4, "The trip to Dunmore" article by Dave Hegarty

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 12-17, "From the archive - The geese in the bog" transcription of The geese in the bog" & article by Sean Donnelly, James Early, Jim Lavin, Barney Delaney, Johnny Gorman, Patsy Touhey & Michael Gallagher are mentioned, photo of Michael Carney

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 11-15, "Andy Conroy 1913-1999", appreciations from Noel Rice, Chicago, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Carna, & Jimmy O'Brien.Moran with mention of Mick Conroy, Jim Lavin, Paddy Lavin, Tom Busby & Michael Carney, also a photo of Andy taken in 1975 and the notation of "The Dublin reel" by Jimmy OBrien-Moran as played by Andy

Lavin, Paddy

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 26-27, "Tom Busby, New York" article about Tom Busby by Brendán Breathnach with mention of Mike Carney and Paddy Lavin , P.J. Ryan & Mick O'Brien & pipemakers Robert Hatton (Hutton) and Willie Rowsome

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 11-15, "Andy Conroy 1913-1999", appreciations from Noel Rice, Chicago, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Carna, & Jimmy O'Brien.Moran with mention of Mick Conroy, Jim Lavin, Paddy Lavin, Tom Busby & Michael Carney, also a photo of Andy taken in 1975 and the notation of "The Dublin reel" by Jimmy OBrien-Moran as played by Andy

Lawson, Harry

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 8-9, "News from the colonies - part 1997" article by Joe Crane about the Tyneside Irish Festival with Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, a vist to Edinburgh with a mention of Harry Lawson, Jackie McIlduff & Maurice Bradley and lastly to Morpeth and a visit from Robbie Hannan and Brian Howard

Le Bot, Hervé

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Le Gall, Yvon

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Leaver, Dennis

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 16, "A technical column: reeds, humidity and temperature" article by Dennis Leaver about his experience of coating a chanter reed with a silicone fluid

Leech, Deirdre

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: cover & page 2, photo and article about fiddler & piper Bill Crowe, the previous owner of Dan O'Dowd's Egan set, now owned by Deirdre Leech Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Lees, Wattie

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwistout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Lehnert, Gunther

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 9, "German Tionól: tionól in Ludinghausen, Germany 9-13 June 1993" article by Thomas Kannmacher about the tionól with mention of John McSherry & pipers Peter Schroer, Gunther Lehnert, Johannes Schiefner, Andreas Rogge & hurdy gurdy player Pól Mac Cheallaigh of Cork

Lelle, Walter

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 11, "Deutsche Uilleann Pipes Geselschaft" article about the tionól by Gunter Lehnert & Tom Kannmacher, reedmaking by Andreas Rogge & Hans Jorg Podworny, lesson by Tom Kannmacher, Walter Lelle & Hans Jorg Podworny, performance by Peter McKenna

Lennon, Father Jimmy

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 10-11, "James Dolan 1915-1992" photo & appreciation of Longford piper James Dolan, the Kenna brothers, Father Jimmy Lennon & pipemaker Jim McChrone are also mentioned, by Peter Carberry

Liempt, Peter van

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 3, photo by Peter Laban of Peter Van Liempt, at the Dutch pipers meeting, Uitwijk, Holland, October 1989

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 12, "National Bagpipe Day in Holland" article & photos of Swier Oosterhuis & Peter van Liempt, by Peter Laban

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 11, "Dutch Tionól" three photos by Peter Laban of Hille v.d. Heijden, Robert van Dijk & his Robert Reid "D" set with Peter van Liempt, & Brian Gallaher

Logan, Patricia

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Leopold, Martin

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: cover, Photo of Martin Leopold & Heinz Braun at the Rosslare Tionól March, 1998

Lynch, Kirk

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 16-17, "Techical tips" Making simple reamers, an article by Kirk Lynch

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: cover, photo of Kirk Lynch taken at the St. Louis Midwest Tionól, 1999

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Lynch, Seán

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Lyttle, Paul

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 12, "Uilleann piping in Scotland" article on uilleann piping in Scotland with photos of Rory O'Connell and Paul Lyttle

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Mac Aongusa, Séamus

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Mac Carráin, Cathal

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 10-11, " Cultra Tionól: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum 1997" article by Robbie Hannan with mention of John Hughes and his Coyne C-sharp, Andreas Rogge, Ken McLeod and his Kenna set and the R. L. O'Mealy exhibition, photo of Andreas Rogge, Cathal Mac Carráin & Anthony McManus & a photo of the O'Mealy exhibit

Mac Cárthaigh, Nollaig

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny, 1992" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peader Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: cover photo of Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh playing the Coyne set restored by Geoff Wooff at the piping recital at WCSS 2000, photo by Peter Laban

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Mac Cheallaigh, Pól

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 9, "German Tionól: tionól in Ludinghausen, Germany 9-13 June 1993" article by Thomas Kannmacher about the tionól with mention of John McSherry & pipers Peter Schroer, Gunther Lehnert, Johannes Schiefner, Andreas Rogge & hurdy gurdy player Pól Mac Cheallaigh of Cork

Mac Chiarnáin, Seán

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: cover, photo of Seán Mac Chiarnáin playing the Touhey Taylor set at the NPU Tionól, Westport Co. Mayo, 1994, photo by Peter Laban

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

Mac Donncha, Mac Dara

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 7, "Tommy Reck - an appreciation" article by Mac Dara Mac Donncha

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny, 1992" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peader Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 10-12, "A great week at the Crosses of Annagh: (diary of 7 nights great music during the WCSS 1992)" article by Bill Slattery, Paddy Keenan, Robbie Hannan & Mac Dara Mac Donncha mentioned

Mac Fionnmhacáin, Pól

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kuntz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 16-17, "An Tionól, Rosslare, 1998, photos of Susanne Ward USA, Cormac Ó Briain Belfast, Mark Crossin Belfast, Pól Mac Fionnmhacháin Dublin, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Diarmuid Ó Buachalla, Steve Turner England, John Hughes Belfast

Mac Ghiolla Chuda, Fionn

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: cover, photo of Fionn Mac Ghiolla Chuda at WCSS 1994

MacGuinness, Michael

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

MacInnes, Duncan

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: 7, "Uilleann pipers in Scotland: Glasgow Tionól, Saturday 7th October 2000" article & photo by Boyd Peters. Pipers in the photo are Christy Kelly, Duncan MacInnes & Niel Craig

MacMathúna, Pádraig

Vol 3. no. 10 July 1992: page 24, "Tionól 1992 - Ennistymon" photos of Pádraig MacMathúna, Pat Mitchell, Seán McKiernan & Alain Froment by Liam McNulty

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 3, "New release" description of Pádraig MacMathúna's cassette "Blas na meala

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

Mac Mathúna, Séamus

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 16-17, "An Tionól, Rosslare, 1998, photos of Susanne Ward USA, Cormac Ó Briain Belfast, Mark Crossin Belfast, Pól Mac Fionnmhacháin Dublin, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Diarmuid Ó Buachalla, Steve Turner England, John Hughes Belfast

Mac Suibhne, Eamonn Ruaidh (1774- 1870)

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 22-23, Tarlach Mac Suibhne" article from Béaloideas, 1964 by Pádraig Mac Seáin annotated by Gerry Starr, Tarlach's father piper Eamonn Rua is mentioned and Bob Thompson, Tom Rowsome, John Cash & Michael Flanagan

Mac Suibhne, Tarlach (1818-1916)

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 20-21 "References to pipers in Irisleabhar na Gaedhilge - The Gaelic Journal VII (May 1896-April 1897)" submitted by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 21-24, "Seanchas: The old piper of Gweedore" article about Turlough MacSweeny by Edmund Curtis published in The Manchester Guardian, 9 Feb. 1910, page 14 submitted & with notes by Seán Donnelly

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 22-23, Tarlach Mac Suibhne" article from Béaloideas, 1964 by Pádraig Mac Seáin annotated by Gerry Starr, Tarlach's father piper Eamonn Rua is mentioned and Bob Thompson, Tom Rowsome, John Cash & (Michael) Flanagan

MacSweeney, Eamonn Ruaidh see: Mac Suibhne, Eamonn Ruaidh

MacSweeney, Turlough see: Mac Suibhne, Tarlach

McAloon, Seán (1923-1998)

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 12-13 "Seán McAloon - NPU patron" article by Robbie Hannan, pipers Matty Connolly, Phil Martin, Leo Rowsome are also mentioned

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 13, "Seán McAloon" death notice

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 11-13, "Seán McAloon (1923-1998): in memoriam" article by Robbie Hanna with photo of Seán playing a Taylor set(?) and Seán Maguire, taken at the NPU Tionól, 1978. Pipers Phil Martin, Jack Wade of Co. Dublin & pipemakers Finbar McLaughlin & Robbie Hughes are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 13, "Seán McAloon - an appreciation" by Helena Rowsome

McAuley, Brendan

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 20, "Curing a sharp second octave" article by Brendan McAuley

McCarthy, Máire

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

McCarthy, John

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan, Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley, photo of John McCarthy playing his pipes

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

McCarthy, Marion

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

McCarthy, Tommy (1929-2000)

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 8-9, "Willie Clancy Summer School '94" photos by Peter Laban of Tommy McCarthy, Rolf Knusel, Lorcan Dunne, Dave Hegarty & Kevin Henry

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 12-13, , "Willie Clancy Summer School 1996" photos by Peter Laban of Conor McKeon, Tommy McCarthy, Al Purcell, Seán Talty, James O'Brien-Moran & Joe Doyle with Dickie Deegan

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: cover, photo of Tommy McCarthy playing his Leo Rowsome set, photo by Peter Laban

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 14-15, "Music of Tommy McCarthy" "Paddy Taylor's reel" notated and written about by Tommy Keane. Photo by Peter Laban of Tommy McCarthy playing his L. Rowsome set at WCSS, 1996

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page12, "Dutch Tionól 1998" article by Swier Oosterhuis mentioning Marc van Daal & Tommy McCarthy with a photo of pipers Roelof Rosendal, Raphael de Cock & Tommy McCarthy

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 15, "The music of Tommy McCarthy" article and transcription by Tommy Keane, from the 1982 LP Gems of Ireland, C.C.E, of the double jig "An ghaoth aniar aneas" (The south west wind). Named in the article, Willie Clancy, Pat Mitchell, Brendán Breathnach, John Potts & Paddy Conneely

McChrone, Jim (1865-1951)

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 10-11, "James Dolan 1915-1992" photo & appreciation of Longford piper James Dolan, the Kenna brothers, Father Jimmy Lennon & pipemaker Jim McChrone are also mentioned, by Peter Carberry

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 19, "Seanchas: Peadar Broe piper, 1928-1974" article by Séamus Mac Fheorais about Peadar Broe with mention of his pipes by Leo Rowsome & McCrone. Photo of Peadar Broe

McClean, Marie

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 6, "Marathon 1991" article about the 1991 piping marathon held outsde the Bank of Ireland on Saturday July 8th, photos of Alan Doherty, Dublin& Marie McClean, Antrim

McCormack, Pat

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 19, "Of two pipers" from an article written by Seán Crawford for the "Newry Reporter" in 1959, in which Patrick Haly, Ballyshannon & Pat McCormack, Ardee, are mentioned, supplied by Wilbert Garvin

McCormick, Danny

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "Try the uilleann (Irish) pipes workshop" report from Francis Feeley about a the workshop at the Kelham Island "Folk Factory" led by Brian Howard & Francis Feeley with Danny McCormick

McCort, Dave

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 13-14, "San Francisco" article by Todd Denman about the San Francisco Piper's Tionól with Paddy Keenan playing & doing reedmaking together with Ted Anderson, Tim Britton, John Pedersen, Dave McCort

McCurdy, Neal

Vol. 3. no.4 September 1990: page 16, "The last piper on Rathlin Island" article about Neal Parra Gonal "Neal the Piper" taken down in 1954 from Rose McCurdy & Mickey McCuaig

McFadden, Frank

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 5-6, Sracfhéacaint ar stair na píobaireachta i mbéal feirste ó bhlianta tosaigh an chéid anuas go dtí an lá atá inniu ann" article in Irish ( about Belfast pipers I think) by Robbie Hannan

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 17, photo of Andy Conroy in New York 1950, with Seán McGuire playing a set pipes by Frank McFadden of Belfast

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 16-19, "A technical column: making elder drones, easily!" article by Ken McLeod with mention of Frank McFadden

McGoldrick, Michael

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

McGuire, Seán

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 6-7, "Piping in north-east England" article & photo of Seán Maguire, Joe Crane & Mícheál O Briain, by Joe Crane, Hubert Kwisthout & Ian O'Brien are also mentioned

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 17, photo of Andy Conroy in New York, with Seán McGuire playing a set pipes by Frank McFadden of Belfast

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 11-13, "Seán McAloon (1923-1998): in memoriam" article by Robbie Hanna with photo of Seán playing a Taylor set(?) and Seán Maguire, taken at the NPU Tionól, 1978. Pipers Phil Martin, Jack Wade of Co. Dublin & pipemakers Finbar McLaughlin & Robbie Hughes are among those mentioned

McIiduff, Jackie

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 8-9, "News from the colonies - part 1997" article by Joe Crane about the Tyneside Irish Festival with Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, a vist to Edinburgh with a mention of Harry Lawson, Jackie McIiduff & Maurice Bradley and lastly to Morpeth and a visit from Robbie Hannan and Brian Howard

McKeagney, Gabriel

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: page 7, "Southern Californian pipers" article by Gabriel McKeagney about the Southern Californian Pipers Club with a photo of the club members

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 7-9, "1999 San Francisco Tionól" article by Richard Kaz of the event with photos of Richard Kaz, Sam O'Kane, Kevin Reitmann, Seán Folsom, Gabriel McKeagney and Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photos by Richard Kaz. Pipers Andreas Rogge and Todd Denman are also mentioned

McKenzie, Ian

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 10-11, "Athenry to Auckland - New Zealand 1996" article by Tommy Keane with mention of Lorcan Dunne & reedmaker Ian McKenzie, photo of the pipers attending the tionól courtesy Lorcan Dunne

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

McKeon, Conor

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 12-13, , "Willie Clancy Summer School 1996" photos by Peter Laban of Conor McKeon, Tommy McCarthy, Al Purcell, Seán Talty, James O'Brien-Moran & Joe Doyle with Dickie Deegan

McKeon, Gabriel

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 9, "Tionól Chorcaí" article by Pádraig O Muineacháin, photo of Diarmuid Moynihan, Kieran Ryan & Mary Mitchell, teachers Gabriel McKeon, Stephen Scales & Brendan Ring, reedmaking Dave Hegarty

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 9-10, 2 "Tioinól 1994..Ceol na nGiolcach i gCorcaigh" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin with mention of Dave Hegarty, Mick Coyne, Eoin Ó Riabhaigh & Gabriel McKeon

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Gabriel McKeon, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 9, announcement of a piping rectial at Naul, Co. Dublin with pipers Gay McKeon,, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán Talty & Seán Potts

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 18, "Pipers at Cultra" photos of Andreas Rogge, Seán Og Potts & Gay McKeon taken at the Cultra Tionól, Ulster Folk & Transport museum, 1998, photos by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

McKeon, Tomás

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page 14-15, "Music of Leo Rowsome" 7 tunes written for Tomás McKeon by Leo Rowsome, "The Athlone jig", The Kilimore jig", Brian O'Lynn (jig)" The beauty spot (reel)", "Miss Thornton (reel)", Lord McDonald (reel)", "The cup of tea" (reel)

McKenna, Joe

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 10-11, "North East Tionól, USA - a review" article by Lewis Blevins about the tionól in 1999 with pipers and pipemakers, Tom Quinn, Patrick Hutchinson, Joe McKenna, Benedict Koehler, Seth Gallagher, leading the classes in piping, reedmaking and maintanence. David Quinn was also present

McKernan, Paul

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

McKiernan, Seán: see Mac Chiarnáin, Seán

McLeod, Ken

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 16-18, "What if...a technical column: reeds, makers and mythology, comments and contribution" about chanter reeds, staples, chanter throats & tapers, cane etc

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 16-22, "What if?...a technical column: How do pipes work article by Ken McLeod covering Historial digressions, Reeds & chanters, & Reed problems

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 9, "Hughes & McLeod - new address" announcement of new address

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 16-19, "The standard of pipemaking at the end of the 20th century - a personal view"article by Ken McLeod

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 8, "Egan pipes" request for information for the research by Ken McLeod of Michael Egan and his instruments

Vol 3. no. 32 September 1997: page 17-20, "Union pipes v uilleann pipes: another personal opinion and follow up on "The state of pipemaking at the end of the 20th century" by Ken McLeod. Willie Clancy's Taylor chanter is also mentioned in this article

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 10-11, " Cultra Tionól: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum 1997" article by Robbie Hannan with mention of John Hughes and his Coyne C-sharp, Andreas Rogge, Ken McLeod and his Kenna set and the R. L. O'Mealy exhibition, photo of Andreas Rogge, Cathal Mac Carráin & Anthony McManus & a photo of the O'Mealy exhibit

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 21, "Chanter bores: a response to David Daye's letter..." article by Ken McLeod

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 16-19, "A technical column: making elder drones, easily!" article by Ken McLeod with mention of Frank McFadden

McLeod, Kirby

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

McLoughlin, Finbar

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 4, "Finbar McLoughlin, Derry" photo taken at WCSS 1984

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 16-18, "Last year in Bettystown: a look back at a great piping weekend" account of the 1997 Bettystown Tionól by Joe Crane with photo of Joe Doyle playing his Taylor style 4 reg. set. Pipers Paddy O'Connor of Dundalk, his son Michael and Finbar McLaughlin are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 11-13, "Seán McAloon (1923-1998): in memoriam" article by Robbie Hanna with photo of Seán playing a Taylor set(?) and Seán Maguire, taken at the NPU Tionól, 1978. Pipers Phil Martin, Jack Wade of Co. Dublin & pipemakers Finbar McLaughlin & Robbie Hughes are among those mentioned

McMahon, Ailish

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

McMahon, Dan

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 13-15, "Martin Rochford, 1916-2000" photo & article about Martin Rochford by Peter Laban with mention of Dan McMahon, Tony Rainey, Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome among others and three tunes transcibed from Martin's playing "The orphan's jig", "The bush in bloom" & "The swallow's tail"

McManus, Anthony

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 10-11, " Cultra Tionól: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum 1997" article by Robbie Hannan with mention of John Hughes and his Coyne C-sharp, Andreas Rogge, Ken McLeod and his Kenna set and the R. L. O'Mealy exhibition, photo of Andreas Rogge, Cathal Mac Carráin & Anthony McManus & a photo of the O'Mealy exhibit

McNamara, Patrick

Vol. 3. no 39 February 1999: page 10, "Patrick Mcnamara" article reprinted from "The Limerick Leader", early 1970's about Patrick McNamara, with a photo of Patrick and 5 other uilleann pipers at Aldershot, England in 1893

McNulty, Liam

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 11-12, "Willie Week 2000 - another perspective" report by Liam McNulty with photo of Liam introducing Geoff Wooff at a lunch recital and mention of the Paddy Conneely tunes played by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

McNulty, Pat

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 19-21, "Tobar an Phíobsaire: Uilleann pipe research" article about tuning and tone by Pat McNulty, reprinted from An píobaire, uimhir 16/17, 1974

McPeake, Francis

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 5-6, Sracfhéacaint ar stair na píobaireachta i mbéal feirste ó bhlianta tosaigh an chéid anuas go dtí an lá atá inniu ann" article in Irish ( about Belfast pipers I think) by Robbie Hannan

Vol. 3. no.4 September 1990: cover: photo of Belfast piper Francis McPeake


Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, Éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 23, "Piper Byrne's chanter" In a letter published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 3.8.1912, Michael Flanagan confirms that the chanter used by James Byrne was a Kenna, and praises the brand new set played by Francis McPeake to be superior in tone to any of the other sets of pipes, old or new played

McSherry, John

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 9, "German Tionól: tionól in Ludinghausen, Germany 9-13 June 1993" article by Thomas Kannmacher about the tionól with mention of John McSherry & pipers Gunther Lehnert, Johannes Schiefner & Andreas Rogge, hurdy gurdy player Pól Mac Cheallaigh of Cork

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

Maguire, Qwop (1900- )

Sraith IX, Uimhir 4, Deire Fómhair 1954: page 3-5,"Piper found locked inside an exhibition case" article about Qwop Maguire's visit to York Museum in 1953 which nearly ended in tragedy", photo Robert Capra

Malyon, P.

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 10-11, "Out on the ocean" article by P. Maylon a beginning piper working on the Queen Elizabeth 2

Markey, Dan

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Markey, Nicholas

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, Éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Piping Marathon 1991

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 6, "Marathon 1991" article about the 1991 piping marathon held outsde the Bank of Ireland on Saturday July 8th, photos of Alan Doherty, Dublin& Marie McClean, Antrim

Martin, Phil

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 5-6, Sracfhéacaint ar stair na píobaireachta i mbéal feirste ó bhlianta tosaigh an chéid anuas go dtí an lá atá inniu ann" article in Irish ( about Belfast pipers I think) by Robbie Hannan

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 12-13 "Seán McAloon - NPU patron" article by Robbie Hannan, pipers Matty Connolly, Phil Martin, Leo Rowsome are also mentioned here

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page 24, "Phil Martin - the piper of Ballagh, Co. Fermanagh" article by Ken McLeod, source Seán McAloon

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 11-13, "Seán McAloon (1923-1998): in memoriam" article by Robbie Hanna with photo of Seán playing a Taylor set(?) and Seán Maguire, taken at the NPU Tionól, 1978. Pipers Phil Martin, Jack Wade of Co. Dublin & pipemakers Finbar McLaughlin & Robbie Hughes are among those mentioned

Martin, Tommy

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Martyn, Edward

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Masterson, Declean

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 6, "New Zealand" article by Declean Masterson about the New Zealand Tionól 1992

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 7, photo of pipers at the the New Zealand Tionól 1992

Maunsell, Fergus

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 13, "Portrait of a piper" article by Fergus Maunsell about how he learnt to play the pipes

Meeking, Kaii

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

M'Elvanna, Larry Neal

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 22-23, "Facts about the Irish pipes: the piper from Magheralin" article originally published in "The Irish news" in 1946, by Colin Johnston Robb, a history of the history of piping in Ireland and about piper Larry Neal M'Elvanna

Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Millea, Jackie (1899-1966)

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 21, "Jackie Millea, 1899-1966, the Melleray piper" article by John Dunne with mention of Donncha Ó Laoghaire and his Moloney set, Ted Colgan and Dave Nugent

Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Mitchell, Mary

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 9, "Tionól Chorcaí" article by Pádraig O Muineacháin, photo of Diarmuid Moynihan, Kieran Ryan & Mary Mitchell, teachers Gabriel McKeon, Stephen Scales & Brendan Ring, reedmaking Dave Hegarty

Mitchell, Pat

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: cover, photo av Pat Mitchell playing at the West of Ireland Piper's Tionól, An Spidéal, Co. na Gaillimhe, April 1997.

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 5, "Garrett Barry memorial" article about the ceremony at Inagh cemetery, mentioned are pipers John Reid and Pat Mitchell. Pat gave a talk about Garrett Barry

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 16-19, "Garrett Barry - the Clare piper" Pat Mitchell's talk at the unveiling of the Garrett Barry memorial stone at Inagh cemetary on 19th Dec. 1999. Willie Clancy and Mickey Cumbaw O'Sullivan are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 23, "Photographs from the 1970's" photo from éigse na Trionóide 1976 with Brendán Breathnach, Pat Mitchell, Brian Gallaher, Dan O'Dowd & Mícheál Ó Briain, photo from the Piper's Club, Thomas St., Dublin c. 1970 with Leon Rowsome, Lonon Byrbe, Donncha Ó Briain, Mick Tuohy, Mícheál Ó Briain, Gabriel McKeon, Eamonn Lane, Terry Mohan, Peter McKenna, Kevin McKenna, Michael Bryson

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 12, "Piping at WCSS 2000" three photos of Denis Brooks playing in O'Kelly's, Mullagh, Pat Mitchell giving his lecture "Development & change in uilleann piping from the earliest times" and Tom Clarke listening to the lecture, photos by Peter Laban

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 15, "The music of Tommy McCarthy" article and transcription by Tommy Keane, from the 1982 LP Gems of Ireland, C.C.E, of the double jig "An ghaoth aniar aneas" (The south west wind). Named in the article, Willie Clancy, Pat Mitchell, Brendán Breathnach, John Potts & Paddy Conneely

Moland, Patrig

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 21, photo of Gan Ainm, the association of uilleann pipers in Brittany, Patrig Moland is the only identified piper in the photograph

Moller, Allan

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 6, "First Welsh Tionól" article by C. Paul Little, Anglesy, Gwynedd, reedmaking class by Allan Moller

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 16-20, "What if?... a technical column: A method for concert pitch chanter reeds from Allan Moller"

Moloney, Andrew & Thomas

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 21, "Jackie Millea, 1899-1966, the Melleray piper" article by John Dunne with mention of Donncha Ó Laoghaire and his Moloney set, Ted Colgan and Dave Nugent

Moloney, Paddy

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 2 , "Paddy Moloney & friends" article about an evenings piping with Paddy Moloney, Mick Slevin, & Seán Óg Potts plus two flute players Jerry Lyons & Mícheál Ó hAlamhain and set dancing with Terry Moylan

Sraith 2, Uimhir 29, Márta 1986, page 5, "The Kilfinane hornpipe" recorded from the playing of Paddy Moloney by Terry Moylan, transcribed by Jackie Small

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page13, "Bettystown, many years ago" photo taken at Bettystown in the mid-1970's by Ken McLeod of Wilbert Garvin, Brendán Breathnach, Liam O'Flynn, Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 14-15, "Bumper Squire Jones" transcription and analyse by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran of Paddy Moloney's playing of the tune, from "The drones & the chanters, vol. 1" together with notation from O'Farrell's "Collection of national Irish music for the union pipes"

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 6-7, "An Gradam Píobaireachta" photo of Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts & Liam O'Flynn at the Gradam awards in Dublin 31 Oct. 1998. The article explains the background behind the award design concieved by Tom Clarke and made by Geoff Wooff

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

Monbel, Eric

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 22-23, "From here and there" photos of Michael O'Brien in San Francisco Feb. 1997, Brian Vallely and Neil Mulligan in Estonia, Al Purcell & Kirk Lynch & Eric Monbel in Belgium

Mooney, Martin (1968-1990)

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 5, "Martin Mooney" an appreciation and photo

Moorehouse, Ron

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Morpeth Bagpipe Museum

Vol 3. no. 4 September 1990: page 10-11 "Morpeth Bagpipe Museum" photos of 3 sets of uilleann pipes: Robert Reid set with double chanter, Kenna of Mullingar set with double chanter, Robert Reid set with 4 keyed Kenna chanter. Photos supplied by curator Anne Moore

Morrison, Melvyn

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Morrissey, Mollie

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

Moylan, Terry

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 1, " Irish dances" article about the handbook by Terry Moylan and how it came into being

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 1, "The last year in piping in Bettystown" article by Terry Moylan

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 4-5, " Tionól Píobaireachta 1991" short article about the tionól by Colm de Brún, pipers Nartin Mooney are mentioned together with photos of pipers Aileen Barry, Sean Crowe, Geoff Wooff, Ronnie Wathen, Terry Moylan and Brendan Collins

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 19, "Some newly composed tunes" "The pipers apron" by Tommy Keane & "Hard road to Passage" by Terry Moylan, transcribed by Seán Donnelly

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 25, "The apiplicance of science" article by Terry Moylan about NPU's "database of references to pipes and piping" (Typical, whilst indexing my own collection of An Piobaire, on Jan. the 3rd, 2001, I get to Vol 3, no. 21, 1995, and find this article by Terry on page 25, well I'll press on indexing anyway as I haven't heard that the database has been made accessible on-line even 6 years after this article by Terry)

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 14-15, "Music of Leo Rowsome" tunes from a manuscript given by Terry Moylan to Brendán Breathnach 21st Oct., 1975. The tunes are, "The flax in bloom", "The milestone", "The dairymaid", "Brian Boru's march", "When the cock crows it's dawn", "The cook in the kitchen", "The boys of the lough"

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 3, announcement that Terry Moylan has been appointed Researcher/Archivist at NPU

Moynihan, Diarmuid

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 9, "Tionól Chorcaí" article by Pádraig O Muineacháin, photo of Diarmuid Moynihan, Kieran Ryan & Mary Mitchell, teachers Gabriel McKeon, Stephen Scales & Brendan Ring, reedmaking Dave Hegarty

Mulligan, Anthony (1882-1969)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 8, "Piping in Wicklow IV" article by Breandán Breathnach

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: cover, photo of Anthony Mulligan of Calary, Roundwood, Co. Wicklow,1882-1969

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 16, "From the turn of the century" photo of Andy Mulligan and amongst others Breandán Breathnach's parents

Mulligan, Neillidh

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 11-13, "Man of the mountains" appreciation by Jim Perrin with photo of Ronnie, Mal Whyte, Neil Mulligan & Mícheál Ó Briain at the NPU Tionól, Termonfeckin, 1972

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 9, "New Zealand Tionól: Third New Zealand Tionól, 8-11 July 1993" short article by David Newman and photo of the pipers among them Neillidh Mulligan

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Gabriel McKeon, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: cover, photo of Neillidh Mulligan at the NPU Tionól, Westport 1994 by Peter Laban

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 7, "William Kennedy piping festival" announcement of the 3rd festival, amongst the pipers mentioned John Rooney, Paddy Keenan, Neillidh Mulligan

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 14, "Piping in Estonia" photo of Brian Vallely and Neil Mulligan piping

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 22-23, "From here and there" photos of Michael O'Brien in San Francisco Feb. 1997, Brian Vallely and Neil Mulligan in Estonia, Al Purcell & Kirk Lynch & Eric Monbel in Belgium

Mulligan, Tom

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 3, "Tom (T.P.) Mulligan 1915-1984" article about Tom Mulligan by Neillidh Mulligan

Mulvey, W. H.

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Murphy, Darach

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Murphy, Mrs. J. J.

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Murphy, John

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 3, photo of John Murphy, London, piping at the Half-yearly meeting

Murphy Pat

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 9-10, "Kilkenny Piping School" article by Pat Murphy. Students at the school are John Tuohy, David Tuohy & Michael Foley. Photos of Leonard Barry & Pat Murphy playing John Tuohy's Coyne B set and a group photo of Pat Murphy, Michael Foley, Leonard Barry, David Touhy, John Touhy Jnr. by John Touhy Snr.

Murray, Darragh

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 7, "Belfast Tionól" photos of Darragh Murray, Trevor Stewart, Paddy Davey and Barry Kerr, photos by Pier Kuipers

Murray, Richard

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire í Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

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National Bagpipe Day in Holland

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 12, "National Bagpipe Day in Holland" article & photos of Swier Oosterhuis & Peter van Liempt, by Peter Laban

Newman, Hugh

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Ní Ghráda, Máire

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: cover, photo of Máire Ní Ghráda

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire í Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "First Peader Broe Tionól, Fermoy, Co. Cork" report from the tionól, pipers in attendence were Alain Froment, Mícheál Ó Briain, David Power, Donncha Goff, Márie Ní Ghráda, Stephen Scales & Dave Heagarty

Nizou, Alain

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Nolan, Martin

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 8, "County Clare" article about the Clare branch of N.P.U. with main teachers, Geoff Wooff, Paddy Comber, Martin Nolan & Mick Coyne

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 8, "Australia" article about Martin Nolan's visit to Australia in 1991

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 9, "New Zealand" article about Martin Nolan's visit to attend the first New Zealand Tionól in 1991, photo on page 20 of the pipers attending among them piper & pipemaker Lorcan Dunne

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 10, "Galvin" Martin Nolan played at the Lake Districts Museum on Paddy Galvin's Egan set

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kuntz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page12, "Los Angeles Tioól, February 2000: review of the Martin Nolan Workshop Weekend" article by Patrick D'Arcy. Martin Nolan teaching classes, with Michael O'Donovan & David Coultrup taking reedmaking and maintenance

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 10-11, "New Zealand Tionól 2000", article by Kirby McLeod with mention of reedmaker Murray Jackson

North East Tionól, USA

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 10-11, "North East Tionól, USA - a review" article about the tionól in 1999 with pipers and pipemakers, Tom Quinn, Patrick Hutchinson, Joe McKenna, Benedict Koehler, Seth Gallagher, leading the classes in piping, reedmaking and maintanence. David Quinn was also present

Nugent, Dave

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 21, "Jackie Millea, 1899-1966, the Melleray piper" article by John Dunne with mention of Donncha Ó Laoghaire and his Moloney set, Ted Colgan and Dave Nugent

Nugent, Denis (1882-1937)

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 19, "Deni Nugent, piper, 1882-1937" article by David Gaynor & Michael O'Connor with mention of Tom Rowsome, John Fleming, Eddie Potts, Seán Seery & Eddie Potts and a photo of Denis Nugent

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O'Briain, Cillian

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page 25, "A response to the article: What if- ? technical tips" Cillian O'Briain's thoughts on technical articles

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 24-25, "Tempered scales - even or otherwise: a reaction to the article, The use of harmonics in the tuning and temperament on playing regulators" Cillian Ó Briain's thoughts on Geoff Wooff's article in Ceol na héireann no. 1, 1993

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: cover, photo of Maitiú Ó Caside playing a practice set by Cillian Ó Briain

Ó Briain, Cormac

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire í Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 16-17, "An Tionól, Rosslare, 1998, photos of Susanne Ward USA, Cormac Ó Briain Belfast, Mark Crossin Belfast, Pól Mac Fionnmhacháin Dublin, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Diarmuid Ó Buachalla, Steve Turner England, John Hughes Belfast

O'Briain, Mícheál

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 3, photo of Michael O'Brien, Dublin, piping at the Half-yearly meeting

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 10, "Tionól na Rinne" short article about the Tionól, Tommy Reck was present, with photos of Jimmy Ó Brien-Moran, Mícheal Ó Briain & Tommy Keane

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwistout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny, 1992" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peader Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 6-7, "Piping in north-east England" article & photo of Seán Maguire, Joe Crane & Mícheál O Briain, by Joe Crane, Hubert Kwisthout & Ian O'Brien are also mentioned

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 11-13, "Man of the mountains" appreciation by Jim Perrin with photo of Ronnie, Mal Whyte, Neil Mulligan & Mícheál Ó Briain at the NPU Tionól, Termonfeckin, 1972

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 8-9, "News from the colonies" article by Joe Crane about the Newcastle gathering 1994 with pipers Robbie Hannan, Liam O'Flynn, Mick O'Brien, Paul Brennan, Seán Donnelly, Patrick Davey, & Tommy Keane

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 26-27, "Tom Busby, New York" article about Tom Busby by Brendán Breathnach with mention of Mike Carney and Paddy Lavin , P.J. Ryan & Mick O'Brien & pipemakers Robert Hatton (Hutton) and Willie Rowsome

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 22-23, "From here and there" photos of Michael O'Brien in San Francisco Feb. 1997, Brian Vallely and Neil Mulligan in Estonia, Al Purcell & Kirk Lynch & Eric Monbel in Belgium

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "First Peader Broe Tionól, Fermoy, Co. Cork" report from the tionól, pipers in attendence were Alain Froment, Mícheál Ó Briain, David Power, Donncha Goff, Márie Ní Ghráda, Stephen Scales & Dave Heagarty

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 23, "Photographs from the 1970's" photo from éigse na Trionóide 1976 with Brendán Breathnach, Pat Mitchell, Brian Gallaher, Dan O'Dowd & Mícheál Ó Briain, photo from the Piper's Club, Thomas St., Dublin c. 1970 with Leon Rowsome, Lonon Byrbe, Donncha Ó Briain, Mick Tuohy, Mícheál Ó Briain, Gabriel McKeon, Eamonn Lane, Terry Mohan, Peter McKenna, Kevin McKenna, Michael Bryson

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

O'Briain, Pádraig

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: cover & page 11, " The Limerick piper" photo of the painting and article about Pádraig O'Briain by Kevin Spencer

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 22-23, "Tobar an phíobaire: the Limerick piper" article published in An Píobaire

O'Brian, Brian

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny, 1992" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peader Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

O'Brien, Ian

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwistout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 8-10, "Tyneside, England: the two piping weekends of the Tyneside Irish Festival, 1993" article by Joe Crane, piping guests Christy O'Leary & Ronan Browne, reedmakers Ian O'Brien & Hubert Kwisthout, & Teeside piper Becky Taylor

O'Brien, Michael: see O'Briain, Mícheál
O'Brien, Mick (U.S.A.)

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 23, "Two historic sets of pipes" article by Tom Busby regarding a set of Kenna pipes and a set of Coyne pipes and even two Taylor sets owned by Mick O'Brien & Thomas Kerrigan, one set now played by Martin Carrigan's son

O'Brien-Moran, Jimmy

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 2 , "Eoin De hEnebre in the doorway of his shop" photo and article about pipemaker Eoin De hEnebre, extract of a letter from Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photo by Eoin De hEnebre's daughter

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 4-5. Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy" photos of Nick Adams, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Dave Heagarty,, Peter Laban, Rory Sommers, Geoff Wooff, John Murphy, Seán Donnelly at WCSS 1985

Sraith 2, Uimhir 30, Bealtine 1986: page 2, photo of Jimmy O'Brien-Moran at WCSS 1985

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 10, "Tionól na Rinne" short article about the Tionól, Tommy Reck was present, with photos of Jimmy Ó Brien-Moran, Mícheal Ó Briain & Tommy Keane

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 7, "Corcaigh: Cumann na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh" article in Irish, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Stephen Scales, Dave Hegarty are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Gabriel McKeon, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 12-13, , "Willie Clancy Summer School 1996" photos by Peter Laban of Conor McKeon, Tommy McCarthy, Al Purcell, Seán Talty, James O'Brien-Moran & Joe Doyle with Dickie Deegan

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 8-9, "News from the colonies - part 1997" article by Joe Crane about the Tyneside Irish Festival with Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, a vist to Edinburgh with a mention of Harry Lawson, Jackie McIiduff & Maurice Bradley and lastly to Morpeth and a visit from Robbie Hannan and Brian Howard

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 7-9, "1999 San Francisco Tionól" article by Richard Kaz of the event with photos of Richard Kaz, Sam O'Kane, Kevin Reitmann, Seán Folsom, Gabriel McKeagney and Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photos by Richard Kaz. Pipers Andreas Rogge and Todd Denman are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 11-12, "Willie Week 2000 - another perspective" report by Liam McNulty with photo of Liam introducing Geoff Wooff at a lunch recital and mention of the Paddy Conneely tunes played by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Ó Buachalla, Diarmuid

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 16-17, "An Tionól, Rosslare, 1998, photos of Susanne Ward USA, Cormac Ó Briain Belfast, Mark Crossin Belfast, Pól Mac Fionnmhacháin Dublin, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Diarmuid Ó Buachalla, Steve Turner England, John Hughes Belfast

Ó Cadhla, Labhrás 1889-1961

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 8, "New Cds" announcement of Waterford piper and singer Labhrás Ó Cadhla's CD of sean-nós singing

Ó Caside, Maitiú

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: cover, photo of Maitiú Ó Caside playing a practice set by Cillian Ó Briain

Ó Canainn, Tomas Ó

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 8-9, "A historic weekend: Tionól Chorcaí, 1998" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin, Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh, Tomas Ó Canainn, are among those mentioned

O'Connell, Michael

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 13, "Pipers at Wicklow" photos of Brian Vallely, Pat Broderick, Michael O'Connell, John Rooney

O'Connell, Rory

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 12, "Uilleann piping in Scotland" article on uilleann piping in Scotland with photos of Rory O'Connell and Paul Lyttle

O'Connor, Michael

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 4, "Mick O'Connor, Dundalk" photo taken at WCSS 1984

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 16-18, "Last year in Bettystown: a look back at a great piping weekend" account of the 1997 Bettystown Tionól by Joe Crane with photo of Joe Doyle playing his Taylor style 4 reg. set. Pipers Paddy O'Connor of Dundalk, his son Michael and Finbar McLaughlin are among those mentioned

O'Connor, Pádraig (1904-1982)

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 16-18, "Last year in Bettystown: a look back at a great piping weekend" account of the 1997 Bettystown Tionól by Joe Crane with photo of Joe Doyle playing his Taylor style 4 reg. set. Pipers Paddy O'Connor of Dundalk, his son Michael and Finbar McLaughlin are among those mentioned

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

O'Connor, Rory

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

O'Donovan, Michael

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page12, "Los Angeles Tioól, February 2000: review of the Martin Nolan Workshop Weekend" article by Patrick D'Arcy. Martin Nolan teaching classes, with Michael O'Donovan & David Coultrup taking reedmaking and maintenance

O'Dowd, Dan (1903-1989)

Vol 3. no. 1 October 1989: cover, "Dan O'Dowd (1903-1989)" photo

Vol 3. no. 1 October 1989: page 7 & 10-11, "Dónal O Dúbhda - píobaire (1903-1989)" article about Dan O'Dowd by Michael O Connor

Vol 3. no. 1 October 1989: page 8-9, "From the archive: Two jigs from Dan O'Dowd" transcriptions of Garrett Barry's jig & Caileach an Airgid by Sean Donnelly with photo of Dan & Seamus Ennis

Vol 3. no. 1 October 1989: page 12-13, "Funeral of Dan O'Dowd : homily by Fr Dermod McCarthy (Pro-cathedral)

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: cover & page 2, photo and article about fiddler & piper Bill Crowe, the previous owner of Dan O'Dowd's Egan set, now owned by Deirdre Leech

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 25, "Letters: Ronnie and Dan" letter from Asta Wathen about Ronnie Walthen & Dan and Mai O'Dowd

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

O'Dowd, Mai

Vol 3. no. 22 April, 1995: page 16, "Mai O'Dowd - an appreciation" written by Máire Mhic Aogáin

O Dúbhda, Dónal see: Dan O'Dowd O Duibhginn, Mícheál

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Ó hEigearta, Dáithí

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page 7: "Tionól Chorcaí 1997" article in Irish by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin and photo of Stephen Scales, Ciarán Ó Máille, Pádraig Ó Pléimionn, Dáithí Ó hEigearta, Seán Ó Mistéalaigh

O'Farrell,?

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 14-15, "Music from the archive", two tunes from O'Farrell's "Pocket Companion for the Irish or Union pipes", "A trip to Waterford" & "The Waterford waltz" commented on by Seán Donnelly

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 14-16, "Bumper Squire Jones" transcription and analyse by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran of Paddy Moloney's playing of the tune, from "The drones & the chanters, vol. 1" together with notation from O'Farrell's "Collection of national Irish music for the union pipes"

O'Flynn, Liam

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwistout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 8-9, "News from the colonies" article by Joe Crane about the Newcastle gathering 1994 with pipers Robbie Hannan, Liam O'Flynn, Mick O'Brien, Paul Brennan, Seán Donnelly, Patrick Davey, & Tommy Keane

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page13, "Bettystown, many years ago" photo taken at Bettystown in the mid-1970's by Ken McLeod of Wilbert Garvin, Brendán Breathnach, Liam O'Flynn, Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire í Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 6-7, "An Gradam Píobaireachta" photo of Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts & Liam O'Flynn at the Gradam awards in Dublin 31 Oct. 1998. The article explains the background behind the award design concieved by Tom Clarke and made by Geoff Wooff

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

O'Kane, Sam

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 7-9, "1999 San Francisco Tionól" article by Richard Kaz of the event with photos of Richard Kaz, Sam O'Kane, Kevin Reitmann, Seán Folsom, Gabriel McKeagney and Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photos by Richard Kaz. Pipers Andreas Rogge and Todd Denman are also mentioned

O'Keeffe, Roger

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Ó Laoghaire, Donncha

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 21, "Jackie Millea, 1899-1966, the Melleray piper" article by John Dunne with mention of Donncha Ó Laoghaire and his Moloney set, Ted Colgan and Dave Nugent

O'Leary, Christy

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 8-10, "Tyneside, England: the two piping weekends of the Tyneside Irish Festival, 1993" article by Joe Crane, piping guests Christy O'Leary & Ronan Browne, reedmakers Ian O'Brien & Hubert Kwisthout, & Teeside piper Becky Taylor

O'Leary, Denis: see Ó Laoghaire, Donncha

O'Loughlin, John Joe

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 8-9 "The fourth annual Wicklow Tionól" an account by Dick Barton, Co. Wicklow with a photo of John Joe O'Loughlin

Ó Máille, Ciarán

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 5 " Píobairí Acla" photo of pipers at Scoil acla 1993, Ciarán Ó Máille, Eimhinn Ó Máille and Keith Ó Máille taken by Patricia Logan

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 9, announcement of a piping rectial at Naul, Co. Dublin with pipers Gay McKeon,, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán Talty & Seán Potts

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 9, "Scoil Acla 1996, and 1997 announcment of the summer school, photo of Robbie Hannan, Donncha Keegan & Ciarán O Máille & pupils Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire Ní Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page 7: "Tionól Chorcaí 1997" article in Irish by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin and photo of Stephen Scales, Ciarán Ó Máille, Pádraig Ó Pléimionn, Dáithí Ó hEigearta, Seán Ó Mistéalaigh

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Ó Máille, Eimhinn

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 5 " Píobairí Acla" photo of pipers at Scoil acla 1993, Ciarán Ó Máille, Eimhinn Ó Máille and Keith Ó Máille taken by Patricia Logan

Ó Máille, Keith

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 5 " Píobairí Acla" photo of pipers at Scoil acla 1993, Ciarán Ó Máille, Eimhinn Ó Máille and Keith Ó Máille taken by Patricia Logan

O'Malley, Billy

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 19, "Billy O'Malley (piper)" from the diary of Patrick Lynch who met O'Malley in Louisburgh, whilst song collecting for Bunting in 1802, supplied by Gerry Starr

O'Mealy, Richard L.(1873-1947)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 5-6, Sracfhéacaint ar stair na píobaireachta i mbéal feirste ó bhlianta tosaigh an chéid anuas go dtí an lá atá inniu ann" article in Irish ( about Belfast pipers I think) by Robbie Hannan

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 9, "The melodic tradition of Ireland" review of the book by James R. Cowdery with it's appendix of tunes transcribed from the playing of traditional musicians among them the pipers, Johnny Doran, Paddy Keenan, R.L. O'Mealy, Seámus Ennis, Willie Clancy & Leo Rowsome

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 14-15, "Three tunes" "The league & slashers taken from R.L. O'Mealy, publ. 1909, "A mother's lamentation" also from O'Mealy, & "The tea reel" from the playing of Piper Kelly in 1904. photo of R. L. O'Mealy

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 20-22, "Seanchas: Netta Jane Nicholl Johnston (1879-1953): locally known as Miss Johnston but as Jane to her friends)" article by Wilbert Garvin with a description of her O'Mealy set, 2 photos of the pipes

Vol 3. no. 32 September 1997: cover, R. L. O'Mealy at 61 years of age in 1936, original photo owned by Lucy Delap, O'Mealys great granddaughter

Vol 3. no. 32 September 1997: page 8-9, "O'Mealy commemorated in the Ulster Folk & Transport Museum" article by Robbie Hannan about the O'Mealy exhibition

Vol 3. no. 32 September 1997: page 14-16, "The music of R.L- O'Mealy: a tune on the regulators almost!" article and transcription of "Drops of brandy" as played by O'Mealy on a BBC recording from 1943?`, by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 10-11, " Cultra Tionól: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum 1997" article by Robbie Hannan with mention of John Hughes and his Coyne C-sharp, Andreas Rogge, Ken McLeod and his Kenna set and the R. L. O'Mealy exhibition, photo of Andreas Rogge, Cathal Mac Carráin & Anthony McManus & a photo of the O'Mealy exhibit

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 18, "Tobar an phíobaire"letter from Seán O'Reid about instructions from R. L. O'Mealy regarding the best time to cut elder to make guills, supplied by Gerry Starr

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

Ó Mistéalaigh, Seán

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page 7: "Tionól Chorcaí 1997" article in Irish by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin and photo of Stephen Scales, Ciarán Ó Máille, Pádraig Ó Pléimionn, Dáithí Ó hEigearta, Seán Ó Mistéalaigh

O'Neill, Francis

Vol. 3. no 39 February 1999: page 14-15, "Captain Francis O'Neill" article about Capt. O'Neill reprinted from the Chicago Sunday Tribune, June 10, 1923, submitted by Mauve Fleischmann, Cork

Ó Nualláin, Fionán

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

Ó Pléimionn, Pádraig

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page 7: "Tionól Chorcaí 1997" article in Irish by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin and photo of Stephen Scales, Ciarán Ó Máille, Pádraig Ó Pléimionn, Dáithí Ó hEigearta, Seán Ó Mistéalaigh

O'Regan, Fiachra

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Ó Riabhaigh, Eoin

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 9-10, 2 "Tioinól 1994..Ceol na nGiolcach i gCorcaigh" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin with mention of Dave Hegarty, Mick Coyne, Eoin Ó Riabhaigh & Gabriel McKeon

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 12-13, "Tionól 1999 - Kilenny" short article mentioning teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh and Joe Doyle and photos from the event of pipers, Greg Johnston, Aoife Carty, Ivan Crowe, Dave Bondy, Kai Meeking, Fionán Ó Nualláin and Tommy Kelly

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 7, "Scoiltrad, the virtual school" article by Kevin Glackin about Scoiltrad, the on-line tutor, with teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh, Conal O'Gráda & Kevin Glackin. Photo of Eoin Ó Riabhaigh playing his Taylor set with chanter by Alain Froment

Ó Riabhaigh, Mícheál Ó

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 8-9, "A historic weekend: Tionól Chorcaí, 1998" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin, Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh, Tomas Ó Canainn, are among those mentioned

O'Reilly, John

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

O'Shea, Rick

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: cover, photo of Rick O'Shea of New York playing a set made by Patsy Hanly ( Patrick Hennelly) for Martin Bierne in 1938

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 13, "Hennelly pipes" an article by Michael A. Dow about a set of Hennelly pipes purchased from Rick O'Shea. Michael tells of having access to Hennelly's handwritten notes owned by Kevin Henry. Hennelly made a set of pipes for Joe Shannon in 1934. The Hennelly set owned by Rick O'Shea was originally made for Martin Beirne in 1938 with bellows by Matt Kiernan. 3 photos of bellows made by Michael A. Dow

O'Sullivan, Daniel

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

O'Sullivan, Mickey Cumbaw

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 16-19, "Garrett Barry - the Clare piper" Pat Mitchell's talk at the unveiling of the Garrett Barry memorial stone at Inagh cemetary on 19th Dec. 1999. Willie Clancy and Mickey Cumbaw O'Sullivan are also mentioned

O'Toole, Denis

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kuntz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Óg Potts, Seán

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 1, "Music on the Liffy & pipers workshop 17 March 1985" recital by Robbie Hannan, Seán Óg Potts & éamonn Curran, , article by Mick Slevin

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán Óg Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 18, "Pipers at Cultra" photos of Andreas Rogge, Seán Og Potts & Gay McKeon taken at the Cultra Tionól, Ulster Folk & Transport museum, 1998, photos by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Oosterhuis, Swier

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 12, "National Bagpipe Day in Holland" article & photos of Swier Oosterhuis & Peter van Liempt, by Peter Laban

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Padellec, Loic

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Page, Dave

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Pearson, Deb

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Peden, William V.

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: cover, photo of William V. Peden of Wisconsin, USA playing a Froment C sharp set with a Froment D chanter, photo by Dr. Natile Roholt

Pedersen, John

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 13-14, "San Francisco" article by Todd Denman about the San Francisco Piper's Tionól with Paddy Keenan playing & doing reedmaking together with Ted Anderson, Tim Britton, John Pedersen, Dave McCort

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Pellerin, Michel

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Phair, William

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

Picker, Dennis

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 3 & 6, "The London pipers" article about the piping scene in London, England by Billy Browne, photos of Emmett Gill and Dennis Picker

Picot, Philippe

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Píobairí Acla

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 5 " Píobairí Acla" photo of pipers at Scoil acla 1993, Ciarán Ó Máille, Eimhinn Ó Máille and Keith Ó Máille taken by Patricia Logan

Piper Jackson see: Jackson, Walter
Pipes and Piping Exhibition

Sraith 11, Uimh.2, Mean Fomhair 1978, page 1, article about the Pipes and Piping Exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland on the 10th of September, 1978

Sraith 11, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 1, article about the Pipes and Piping Exhibition in Muckross House, Killarney and at the National Museum of Ireland

Sraith 2, Uimhir 7, Meitheamh 1980: page 2, "The pipes on Lavender Hill" article about the Pipes and Piping Exhibition presented at Battersea Arts Centre, A sense of Ireland, the London Festival of Irish Arts

Pipemakers

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 14-16, "Pipemakers" list of pipemakers complete with address and telephone number

Piping pig

Sraith 11, Uimh.2, Mean Fomhair 1978: page 2, article about the picture of the pig playing the pipes

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 21, "Piping pigs" article & photo of a piping pig gargoyle

Plasberg, Ulrich

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 6, "Some pipers at Dutch Tionól" photos of Van der Heiden, Mark van Daal, Holland & Johannes Schiffner, Ulrich Plasberg, Germany, by Peter Laban

Pocock, Noel

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 3, photo of Noel Pocock, Wicklow, piping at the Half-yearly meeting

Podworny, Hans Jorg

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 11, "Deutsche Uilleann Pipes Geselschaft" article about the tionól by Gunter Lehnert & Tom Kannmacher, reedmaking by Andreas Rogge & Hans Jorg Podworny, lesson by Tom Kannmacher, Walter Lelle & Hans Jorg Podworny, performance by Peter McKenna

Pollier, Marc

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 9, "Uilleann pipe tutor" announcement of the tutor & cassette by Marc Pollier

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 15-19, "A technical column: the use of the golden division in reedmaking" article with diagrams by Marc Pollier

Polvliet, Marnix

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Potts, Eddie (19-? -1966)

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 8, "Deceased pipers" announcement of the deaths of pipers Tom Sheridan, Frank Dugan & Eddie Potts

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 19, "Deni Nugent, piper, 1882-1937" article by David Gaynor & Michael O'Connor with mention of Tom Rowsome, John Fleming, Eddie Potts, Seán Seery, Jim Brophy & Eddie Potts and a photo of Denis Nugent

Vol. 4. no 8 Nollaig 2000: page 22-23, "Seanchas: Irish pipes and pipers" articles from "The Irish Times" Dublin, Oct 29th, & 1st Nov, 1910 about Canon Goodman & John Hingston with mention of a piper called Bowen. Also an article from "The Irishman" Belfast, 19th May, 1917 with the following pipers listed, Rowsome, Flanagan Snr., Flanangan Jnr., Kenny, Potts and Eamonn Ceannt

Potts, John

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 15, "The music of Tommy McCarthy" article and transcription by Tommy Keane, from the 1982 LP Gems of Ireland, C.C.E, of the double jig "An ghaoth aniar aneas" (The south west wind). Named in the article, Willie Clancy, Pat Mitchell, Brendán Breathnach, John Potts & Paddy Conneely

Potts, Seán

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page13, "Bettystown, many years ago" photo taken at Bettystown in the mid-1970's by Ken McLeod of Wilbert Garvin, Brendán Breathnach, Liam O'Flynn, Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 9, announcement of a piping rectial at Naul, Co. Dublin with pipers Gay McKeon,, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán Talty & Seán Potts

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 10-11, "Willie Clancy Summer School., 1998" article about the WCSS 1998 with photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth & Tommy Kearney & Seán Potts

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 6-7, "An Gradam Píobaireachta" photo of Paddy Molony, Seán Potts & Liam O'Flynn at the Gradam awards in Dublin 31 Oct. 1998. The article explains the background behind the award design concieved by Tom Clarke and made by Geoff Wooff

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 20-22, "The Easter Snow Tionól, France" report from the tionól in the French Alps , March 10-12, 2000, photos of pipers, organisers Didier Heuline and Antoine Duranton, and Seán Potts, Daniel Saulnier, Jean Daniel Ruedi, Andre Reboux and Jacques Regard

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Powell, Keith

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 19, "A technical column: the case of the disappearing C natural" problem with chanter reed query by Keith Powell

Power, David

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "First Peader Broe Tionól, Fermoy, Co. Cork" report from the tionól, pipers in attendence were Alain Froment, Mícheál Ó Briain, David Power, Donncha Goff, Márie Ní Ghráda, Stephen Scales & Dave Heagarty

Power, Mick

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 12, "Mick Power 1919-1992, photo & article about Mick Power by John Tuohy

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

Priour, Louis

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Pruden, John Peter (1778-1868)

Vol. 4. no 8. Nolliag 2000: page 21, "John Peter Pruden with Irish bagpipe" portrait by W. C. Foster in Bytown Historical Museum, Ottawa

Purcell, Al (1929-2000)

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 22-23, "From here and there" photos of Michael O'Brien in San Francisco Feb. 1997, Brian Vallely and Neil Mulligan in Estonia, Al Purcell & Kirk Lynch & Eric Monbel in Belgium

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Pat Broaders, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Vol. 3 no. 38 January 1999: page 26, "A historical photograph" a photo taken in 1938 of Al Purcell with his father, Leo Purcell's Harrington set. A short article about Leo Purcell & Martin Burke

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 12-14, "2nd annual Mississippi River Celtic Festival and Midwest Tionól, May 7-9, 1999" report from the tional with instructors Paddy Keenan, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell, Tim Britton & Kirk Lynch with photos of Bernard J. Grigsby, Trent Bradford, Carla Dunles & Isaac Alderson

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 11, "Al Purcell 1929-2000: Aloysius Purcell taught many to play the bagpipes" with photo of Al at the St. Louis tionól, 1999 taken by Edmund Tunney, St. Louis. Article from "The Detroit News by Santiago Esparza, submitted by Jim McGuire

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 12, "In tribue: Al Purcell, May 17, 1929-September 28, 2000" poem by David O'Neal Bowen. Photo of Al with David O'Neal Bowen playing a hurdy gurdy at the 2000 Chicago Irish Festival, photo courtsy of Jonathan Cooper, Ill., USA

Purcell, Leo (19--?-1994)

Vol. 3 no. 38 January 1999: page 26, "A historical photograph" a photo taken in 1938 of Al Purcell with his father, Leo Purcell's Harrington set. A short article about Leo Purcell & Martin Burke

Purcell, Johnny

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

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Quigley, Denis

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 5-7, "The first ever County Wicklow Uilleann pipes festival" article by Dick Barton, pipers mentioned Denis Quigley, Donncha Keegan, Janette Lambert, Kevin Rowsome, Ronan Browne, Mikey Smyth, photo of the above named pipers plus others who attended the festival

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

Quinn, David M.

Sraith 11, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 4, 2 "Buying a set?" quotes for sets by David M. Quinn

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 10-11, "North East Tionól, USA - a review" article by Lewis Blevins about the tionól in 1999 with pipers and pipemakers, Tom Quinn, Patrick Hutchinson, Joe McKenna, Benedict Koehler, Seth Gallagher, leading the classes in piping, reedmaking and maintanence. David Quinn was also present

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Quinn, Tom

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 10-11, "North East Tionól, USA - a review" article by Lewis Blevins about the tionól in 1999 with pipers and pipemakers, Tom Quinn, Patrick Hutchinson, Joe McKenna, Benedict Koehler, Seth Gallagher, leading the classes in piping, reedmaking and maintanence. David Quinn was also present

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Rainey, Tony (19-?-195?)

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 13-15, "Martin Rochford, 1916-2000" photo & article about Martin Rochford by Peter Laban with mention of Dan McMahon, Tony Rainey, Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome among others and three tunes transcibed from Martin's playing "The orphan's jig", "The bush in bloom" & "The swallow's tail"

Reboux, Andre

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 20-22, "The Easter Snow Tionól, France" report from the tionól in the French Alps , March 10-12, 2000, photos of pipers, organisers Didier Heuline and Antoine Duranton, and Seán Potts, Daniel Saulnier, Jean Daniel Ruedi, Andre Reboux and Jacques Regard

Reck, Tommy (19-?-1992)

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 10, "Tionól na Rinne" short article about the Tionól, Tommy Reck was present, with photos of Jimmy Ó Brien-Moran, Mícheal Ó Briain & Tommy Keane

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 7, "Tommy Reck - an appreciation" article by Mac Dara Mac Donncha

Vol 3. no. 11 July 1992: page 11-18, "The music of Tommy Reck" transcriptions of the Scholar, Irish washerwoman, Bonnie Kate, Havest home, by Robert van Dyk & Peter Laban, with photo of Reck, Laban & van Dyk taken by Geoff Wooff at the Dutch Tionól at Enschede, 1989

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 14-15, "The music of Tommy Reck: the Swallow's tail reel played by Tommy Reck" transcribed by Peter Laban from a tape recording made in 1989, photo of Tommy at WCSS 1989 by Peter Laban

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 18-22, "Tommy Reck" text of the lecture about Tommy Reck given by Gerry Starr at the Tionól at Kilkenny, 15th May 1999

Regard, Jacques

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 20-22, "The Easter Snow Tionól, France" report from the tionól in the French Alps , March 10-12, 2000, photos of pipers, organisers Didier Heuline and Antoine Duranton, and Seán Potts, Daniel Saulnier, Jean Daniel Ruedi, Andre Reboux and Jacques Regard

Reid, John

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 5, "Garrett Barry memorial" article about the ceremony at Inagh cemetery, mentioned are pipers John Reid and Pat Mitchell. Pat gave a talk about Garrett Barry

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 22, photo of John Reid playing at the Garrett Barry memorial in Inagh, 19th December, 1999

Reid, Robert (1784-1837)

Vol 3. no. 4 September 1990: page 10-11 "Morpeth Bagpipe Museum" photos of 3 sets of uilleann pipes: Robert Reid set with double chanter, Kenna of Mullingar set with double chanter, Robert Reid set with 4 keyed Kenna chanter. Photos supplied by curator Anne Moore

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 11, "Dutch Tionól" three photos by Peter Laban of Hille v.d. Heijden, Robert van Dijk & his Robert Reid "D" set with Peter van Liempt, & Brian Gallaher

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 20, "Of pipes and pitches" article by Vic Hill about the Praetorius standard, or baroque pitch, New philharmonic & old philharmonic pitches used in the late 19th century with mention of the Reid double chanter at Morpeth

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól Reid, Seán (1907-1978)

Sraith 11, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 2, "Bettystown 1968" excepts from Seán Reid's letter to the assembly, recorded by Wilbert Garvin

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 23, "From the Seán Reid papers" photo of Willie Clancy, Martin Talty playing Willie's flute? & Seán Reid, taken from the Sunday Review, 21 May, 1961

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 16-17, "Seanchas: Pipers and plumes" newspaper article from 1957 about Robert Thompson, Margaret Barry's grandfather. Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome, Willie Reynolds and Seán Reid are also mentioned

Reilly, John (183-?-192-?)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 3-4, "The trip to Dunmore" article by Dave Hegarty

Vol. 4. no.7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 25, "A famous piper" short article about John Reilly, the Blind Piper of Dunmore who lived to be 90 years old From "The Tuam Herald", 8 October, 1927

Reilly, Martin

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 24, "A photograph from 1904" a photo of Galway piper Martin Reilly on the cover of Irisleabhar na Gaedhilge, January 1904, vol. 14, no 160

Reilly, Michael

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 18, "Meath pipers" photo & article about Michael Reilly by Ann Smyth

Reitmann, Kevin

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 7-9, "1999 San Francisco Tionól" article by Richard Kaz of the event with photos of Richard Kaz, Sam O'Kane, Kevin Reitmann, Seán Folsom, Gabriel McKeagney and Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photos by Richard Kaz. Pipers Andreas Rogge and Todd Denman are also mentioned

Reusch, Hans

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 17-19, "A techical column: on changing climates and chanter & regulator reed construction" by Thomas Kannmacher with mention of reedmaker Hans Reusch

Reuter, Marc

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Reynolds, Willie (1916- )

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 14-16, "Peter Carberry: patron of Na Píobaire Uilleann" article about Peter Carberry with mention of Peter's meeting wih Johnny Doran, and of Jimmy Dolan, Jim McCrone, Leo Rowsome, Moss Kennedy, Pádraig O'Connor, Peter Hanly, R. L. O'Mealy & Willie Reynolds. Also a transcription of "Peter Carberry's slide" notated by Seán Potts

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 16-17, "Seanchas: Pipers and plumes" newspaper article from 1957 about Robert Thompson, Margaret Barry's grandfather. Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome, Willie Reynolds and Seán Reid are also mentioned

Rickard, Leo

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kuntz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Rikken, Maarten

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 12, photo of Maarten Rikken by Roel de Boer

Rinaudo, Fabio

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 9, "The Birkin tree - Continental reel" description of the CD by the Italian group Birkin tree and a mention of Fabio Rinaudo & his Charles Roberts set

Ring, Brendan

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 9, "Tionól Chorcaí" article by Pádraig O Muineacháin, photo of Diarmuid Moynihan, Kieran Ryan & Mary Mitchell, teachers Gabriel McKeon, Stephen Scales & Brendan Ring, reedmaking Dave Hegarty

Vol. 4 no. 1 July 1999: page 10-11, "Cork Tionól 1999" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin about the 99 Cork Tionól in memory of Sylvester Ryan with Alain Froment, Dave Hegarty, Stephen Scales. Brendan Ring, photos of the Cork Tionól organising commitee and a sculpture by Kevin Holland commemorating the event

Robb, Colin Johnston see: Johnston Robb, Colin
Roberts, Charles

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 5, "News: Tionól Tommy Kearney, Kilkenny, 1992" article by John Tuohy with mention of pipers Tommy Kearney, Tommy Keane, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Michael O'Brien, Peader Langan, Brian O'Brian, Billy Browne, Mac Dara Mac Donncha & pipemaker Charles Roberts

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 9, "The Birkin tree - Continental reel" description of the CD by the Italian group Birkin tree and a mention of Fabio Rinaudo & his Charles Roberts set

Roche, Paula

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 7, "A new face in Henrietta Street" Paula Roche joins NPU as secretary

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 7, "Paula Roche" leaves NPU after five and a half years

Rochford, Martin (1916-2000)

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 11, "Joe Barry (left) with Martin Rochford" photo of Joe Barry & Martin Rochford

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 23 "At WCSS 1992" photo by Peter Laban of Martin Rochford listening to Kevin Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 14-15, "Three jigs from Martin Rochford" jigs from the fiddle playing of Martin Rochford transcribed by Peter Laban from recordings of Martin made during the summer of 1989

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 10-11, "Templemore Tionól 1994" account from the Tipperary Star the 29th Oct. of the tionól. Martin Rochford, Dennis Brooks & Joe Barry are among the many pipers mentioned in the article

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 26, "A historical photograph", photo of Eileen Howley & Felix Doran taken around 1940 at Eileen Howley's home in Gortroe, Ardrahan, Co. Galway, photo sent by Martin Rochford who recieved it from Charlie Piggott

Vol. 3. no 39 February 1999: page 13, photo of Martin Rochford playing at a wedding at Eirnagh, near Freakle, Co. Clare in 1941

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 13-15, "Martin Rochford, 1916-2000" photo & article about Martin Rochford by Peter Laban with mention of Dan McMahon, Tony Rainey, Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome among others and three tunes transcibed from Martin's playing "The orphan's jig", "The bush in bloom" & "The swallow's tail"

Rogge, Andreas

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 11, "Deutsche Uilleann Pipes Geselschaft" article about the tionól by Gunter Lehnert & Tom Kannmacher, reedmaking by Andreas Rogge & Hans Jorg Podworny, lesson by Tom Kannmacher, Walter Lelle & Hans Jorg Podworny, performance by Peter McKenna

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 6, "Pipes from A. Rogge" article about Pipes on loan scheme, see even article "Spare chanters" on page 8

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 9, "German Tionól: tionól in Ludinghausen, Germany 9-13 June 1993" article by Thomas Kannmacher about the tionól with mention of John McSherry & pipers Peter Schroer, Gunther Lehnert, Johannes Schiefner, Andreas Rogge & hurdy gurdy player Pól Mac Cheallaigh of Cork

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 10-11, "Ulster Folk & Transport Museum - Tionól 1996" article by Ken McLeod photos of Andreas Rogge & Cormac Ó Briain, & Liam O Flynn, Martin Dougherty & Richard Murray, teachers were Liam O Flynn,, Ciarán Ó Máille & Máire í Ghráda, Jim Dunn & his Colgan set are mentioned

Vol 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 10-11, " Cultra Tionól: Ulster Folk and Transport Museum 1997" article by Robbie Hannan with mention of John Hughes and his Coyne C-sharp, Andreas Rogge, Ken McLeod and his Kenna set and the R. L. O'Mealy exhibition, photo of Andreas Rogge, Cathal Mac Carráin & Anthony McManus & a photo of the O'Mealy exhibit

Vol. 3. no 38 January 1999: page 18, "Pipers at Cultra" photos of Andreas Rogge, Seán Og Potts & Gay McKeon taken at the Cultra Tionól, Ulster Folk & Transport museum, 1998, photos by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 7-9, "1999 San Francisco Tionól" article by Richard Kaz of the event with photos of Richard Kaz, Sam O'Kane, Kevin Reitmann, Seán Folsom, Gabriel McKeagney and Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, photos by Richard Kaz. Pipers Andreas Rogge and Todd Denman are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Koehler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Rooney, John

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 7, "William Kennedy piping festival" announcement of the 3rd festival, amongst the pipers mentioned John Rooney, Paddy Keenan, Neillidh Mulligan

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 9-11, "Tionól reports: Johnny Doran Memorial Weekend" report from the Johnny Doran Tionól by Dick Barton with photos of Denis Quigley, Paddy Keenan, John Rooney, Michael Dunne, John Purcell, Daniel O'Sullivan and mention of pipers Marc Guilloux, Pat Broderick, John McSherry and Michael McGoldrick

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 13, "Pipers at Wicklow" photos of Brian Vallely, Pat Broderick, Michael O'Connell, John Rooney

Rosendal, Roelof

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page12, "Dutch Tionól 1998" article by Swier Oosterhuis mentioning Marc van Daal & Tommy McCarthy with a photo of pipers Roelof Rosendal, Raphael de Cock & Tommy McCarthy

Ross, Colin

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 16-17, "A visit to the Alan Jones collection of uilleann pipes , in Galashields" article by Joe Crane about a vist to the Alan Jones pipe collection in July 1996 together with Martin Dunn & Colin Ross

Rossmore, Lord see: Westenra, Henry Robert
Rowsome, Kevin

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 5, photo of Kevin Rowsome, Mary Rowsome & Leon Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 5-7, "The first ever County Wicklow Uilleann pipes festival" article by Dick Barton, pipers mentioned Denis Quigley, Donncha Keegan, Janette Lambert, Kevin Rowsome, Ronan Browne, Mikey Smyth, photo of the above named pipers plus others who attended the festival

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

Rowsome, Leo (1903-1970)

Sraith 11, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 1, article about the high price of a Leo Rowsome set and a Willy Rowsome set, both owned by the widows of pipers

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 9, "The melodic tradition of Ireland" review of the book by James R. Cowdery with it's appendix of tunes transcribed from the playing of traditional musicians among them the pipers, Johnny Doran, Paddy Keenan, R.L. O'Mealy, Seámus Ennis, Willie Clancy & Leo Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery, article by Leon Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page 14-15, "Music of Leo Rowsome" 7 tunes written for Tomás McKeon by Leo Rowsome, "The Athlone jig", The Kilimore jig", Brian O'Lynn (jig)" The beauty spot (reel)", "Miss Thornton (reel)", Lord McDonald (reel)", "The cup of tea (reel)"

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 14-15, "The fox chase: notated by Leo Rowsome" composed by Blind Tipp, piper Edward Keating Hyland, 1799

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 16-17, "Seanchas: Pipers and plumes" newspaper article from 1957 about Robert Thompson, Margaret Barry's grandfather. Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome, Willie Reynolds and Seán Reid are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 15, "Music of Leo Rowsome" manuscript given to Terry Moylan by Brendán Breathnach, "Garrett Barry's jig", "Maid behind the bar", "Pipe on the hob"

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 16-18, "Andy Conroy - appreciations" appreciations by Helena Rowsome Grimes & Liam McNulty with mention of Mick Conroy, Leo Rowsome, Johnny Doran. Photo of Andy, Mick Conroy and Leo Rowsome's family

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 19, "Seanchas: Peadar Broe piper, 1928-1974" article by Séamus Mac Fheorais about Peadar Broe with mention of his pipes by Leo Rowsome & McCrone. Photo of Peadar Broe

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 14-15, "Music of Leo Rowsome" tunes from a manuscript given by Terry Moylan to Brendán Breathnach 21st Oct., 1975. The tunes are, "The flax in bloom", "The milestone", "The dairymaid", "Brian Boru's march", "When the cock crows it's dawn", "The cook in the kitchen", "The boys of the lough"

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 14-15, "Music of Leo Rowsome" Two tunes from the manuscript given by Terry Moylan to Brendán Breathnach 21st Oct. 1975 & four tunes from the copy of the Leo Rowsome manuscript given to NPU by Tomás McKeon in 1996. The tunes are "After the Battle of Aughim", "Will you come down to Limerick", "The piper throught the meadow straying", "The honeysuckle hornpiper", Molly Brannigan", & "The lark in the morning"

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 22, "Leo Rowsome and James O'Mahony" photo taken in 1923-24. The photo was purchased by Aoife Carty at the Fleadh Ceoil in Ennisworthy, 1999

Rowsome, Leon

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 5, photo of Kevin Rowsome, Mary Rowsome & Leon Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 16, "In my father's time (1)" article by Leon Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery, aricle by Leon Rowsome

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 11, "Leon Rowsome (1936-1994) appreciation of Leon Rowsome by Kevin Rowsome, among the pipers mentioned Con Durham & Eamon Brophy

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 16-17, "Seanchas: Pipers and plumes" newspaper article from 1957 about Robert Thompson, Margaret Barry's grandfather. Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome, Willie Reynolds and Seán Reid are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

Rowsome, Mary

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 5, photo of Kevin Rowsome, Mary Rowsome & Leon Rowsome

Rowsome, Tom (1906-1974)

Sraith 11, Uimh.2, Mean Fomhair 1978, page 3, "Tom Rowsome: a great Irish piper" article by Chevalier Grattan Flood, extract from the Cork Examiner, July 14th, 1928

Vol 3. no.31 July 1997: page 22-23, Tarlach Mac Suibhne" article from Béaloideas, 1964 by Pádraig Mac Seáin annotated by Gerry Starr, Tarlach's father piper Eamonn Rua is mentioned and Bob Thompson, Tom Rowsome, John Cash & (Michael) Flanagan

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 19, "Deni Nugent, piper, 1882-1937" article by David Gaynor & Michael O'Connor with mention of Tom Rowsome, John Fleming, Eddie Potts, Seán Seery, Jim Brophy & Eddie Potts and a photo of Denis Nugent

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: cover photo of Tom Rowsome 28, Nov. 1906 - 14 aug. 1974, photo sent by David Gaynor of Lisnagry, Co. Limerick

Rowsome, William

Sraith 11, Uimh.3, Feabhra 1979, page 1, article about the high price of a Leo Rowsome set and a Willy Rowsome set, both owned by the widows of pipers

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 26-27, "Tom Busby, New York" article about Tom Busby by Brendán Breathnach with mention of Mike Carney and Paddy Lavin , P.J. Ryan & Mick O'Brien & pipemakers Robert Hatton (Hutton) and Willie Rowsome

Vol. 4. no 8 Nollaig 2000: page 22-23, "Seanchas: Irish pipes and pipers" articles from "The Irish Times" Dublin, Oct 29th, & 1st Nov, 1910 about Canon Goodman & John Hingston with mention of a piper called Bowen. Also an article from "The Irishman" Belfast, 19th May, 1917 with the following pipers listed, Rowsome, Flanagan Snr., Flanangan Jnr., Kenny, Potts and Eamonn Ceannt

Ruane, Stephen

Vol 3. no. 14 April 1993: cover, photo of Stephen Ruane playing a 3/4 set, taken in Galway late 1920's-early 1930's

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Ruedi, Jean Daniel

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 20-22, "The Easter Snow Tionól, France" report from the tionól in the French Alps , March 10-12, 2000, photos of pipers, organisers Didier Heuline and Antoine Duranton, and Seán Potts, Daniel Saulnier, Jean Daniel Ruedi, Andre Reboux and Jacques Regard

Ryan, Kieran

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 9, "Tionól Chorcaí" article by Pádraig O Muineacháin, photo of Diarmuid Moynihan, Kieran Ryan & Mary Mitchell, teachers Gabriel McKeon, Stephen Scales & Brendan Ring, reedmaking Dave Hegarty

Ryan, P. J.

Vol. 3. no. 29 January 1997: page 26-27, "Tom Busby, New York" article about Tom Busby by Brendán Breathnach with mention of Mike Carney and Paddy Lavin , P.J. Ryan & Mick O'Brien & pipemakers Robert Hatton (Hutton) and Willie Rowsome

Ryan, Sylvester

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 5, "Sylvester Ryan, R.I.P., piper & pipemaker" an appreciation by Anthony Forde

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 10-11, "Cork Tionól 1999" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin about the 99 Cork Tionól in memory of Sylvester Ryan with Alain Froment, Dave Hegarty, Stephen Scales. Brendan Ring, photos of the Cork Tionól organising commitee and a sculpture by Kevin Holland commemorating the event

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Saulnier, Daniel

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 20-22, "The Easter Snow Tionól, France" report from the tionól in the French Alps , March 10-12, 2000, photos of pipers, organisers Didier Heuline and Antoine Duranton, and Seán Potts, Daniel Saulnier, Jean Daniel Ruedi, Andre Reboux and Jacques Regard

Scales, Stephen

Sraith 2, Uimhir 30, Bealtine 1986: page 2, photo of Stephen Scales at WCSS 1985

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 7, "Corcaigh: Cumann na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh" article in Irish, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Stephen Scales, Dave Hegarty are among those mentioned

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 9, "Tionól Chorcaí" article by Pádraig O Muineacháin, photo of Diarmuid Moynihan, Kieran Ryan & Mary Mitchell, teachers Gabriel McKeon, Stephen Scales & Brendan Ring, reedmaking Dave Hegarty

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page 7: "Tionól Chorcaí 1997" article in Irish by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin and photo of Stephen Scales, Ciarán Ó Máille, Pádraig Ó Pléimionn, Dáithí Ó hEigearta, Seán Ó Mistéalaigh

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: cover, photo of Stephen Scales at Cromane, Killorglin, Co. Kerry, playing a Froment C set, photo by Riona MacMonagle

Vol. 4. no. 1 July 1999: page 10-11, "Cork Tionól 1999" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin about the 99 Cork Tionól in memory of Sylvester Ryan with Alain Froment, Dave Hegarty, Stephen Scales. Brendan Ring, photos of the Cork Tionól organising commitee and a sculpture by Kevin Holland commemorating the event

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 11, "First Peader Broe Tionól, Fermoy, Co. Cork" report from the tionól, pipers in attendence were Alain Froment, Mícheál Ó Briain, David Power, Donncha Goff, Márie Ní Ghráda, Stephen Scales & Dave Heagarty

Schiefner, Johannes

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 6, "Some pipers at Dutch Tionól" photos of Van der Heiden, Mark van Daal, Holland & Johannes Schiffner, Ulrich Plasberg, Germany, by Peter Laban

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 9, "German Tionól: tionól in Ludinghausen, Germany 9-13 June 1993" article by Thomas Kannmacher about the tionól with mention of John McSherry & pipers Peter Schroer, Gunther Lehnert, Johannes Schiefner, Andreas Rogge & hurdy gurdy player Pól Mac Cheallaigh of Cork

Schroer, Peter

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 9, "German Tionól: tionól in Ludinghausen, Germany 9-13 June 1993" article by Thomas Kannmacher about the tionól with mention of John McSherry & pipers Peter Schroer, Gunther Lehnert, Johannes Schiefner, Andreas Rogge & hurdy gurdy player Pól Mac Cheallaigh of Cork

Scoil Acla

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page10, "Impressions from Scoil Acla 1998", article by Jun Fukuda

Scully, Con

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

Seery, Seán

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 23, photo of Seán Seery playing at he finish of An Rás Tailtean, Dublin, in Phoenix Park, around 1960

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 19, "Deni Nugent, piper, 1882-1937" article by David Gaynor & Michael O'Connor with mention of Tom Rowsome, John Fleming, Eddie Potts, Seán Seery, Jim Brophy & Eddie Potts and a photo of Denis Nugent

Shannon, Joe

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 8, Joe Shannon - US piper" article about Joe Shannon & Harry Bradshaw, who recieved an award & lectured on O'Neill", photo of Joe Shannon telling the story of his Taylor set

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 13, "Hennelly pipes" an article by Michael A. Dow about a set of Hennelly pipes purchased from Rick O'Shea. Michael tells of having access to Hennelly's handwritten notes owned by Kevin Henry. Hennelly made a set of pipes for Joe Shannon in 1934. The Hennelly set owned by Rick O'Shea was originally made for Martin Beirne in 1938 with bellows by Matt Kiernan. 3 photos of bellows made by Michael A. Dow

Sheard, C.M.

Sraith 2, Uimhir 29, Márta 1986: page 8, "D.J. Evans & C.M. Sheard" price list for uilleann pipes by Soefirne, Shropshire

Sheridan Tommy (19-?-1966)

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: page 19, "Some London pipers of the 60's" article by Gordon Rust about Tommy Sheridan, Séamus Casey, Tommy McCarthy, Mick O'Malley

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 8, "Deceased pipers" announcement of the deaths of pipers Tom Sheridan, Frank Dugan & Eddie Potts

Slevin, Mick

Sraith 2, Uimhir 23, Samhain 1984: page 3, photo of Mick Slevin, Dublin, piping at the Half-yearly meeting

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 2 , "Paddy Moloney & friends" article about an evenings piping with Paddy Moloney, Mick Slevin, & Seán Óg Potts plus two flute players Jerry Lyons & Mícheál Ó hAlamhain and set dancing with Terry Moylan

Slow airs

Vol 3. no. 4 September 1990, page 20-22, index of of slow airs found on piping recordings arranged alphabetically by the piper's name

Smyth, Mikey

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 6-7, "Summer schools" article by Mikey Smyth with photo

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Vol 3. no. 22 April 1995: page 5-7, "The first ever County Wicklow Uilleann pipes festival" article by Dick Barton, pipers mentioned Denis Quigley, Donncha Keegan, Janette Lambert, Kevin Rowsome, Ronan Browne, Mikey Smyth, photo of the above named pipers plus others who attended the festival

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 10-11, "Willie Clancy Summer School., 1998" article about the WCSS 1998 with photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth & Tommy Kearney & Seán Potts

Somers, Tom

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kuntz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Sommers, Rory

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 4-5, Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy" photos of Nick Adams, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Dave Heagarty,, Peter Laban, Rory Sommers, Geoff Wooff, John Murphy, Seán Donnelly at WCSS 1985

Southern California Pipers club

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 8-9, article about the new club & photo of the members

Spencer, Kevin

Vol 3. no. 12 September 1992: cover & page 11, " The Limerick piper" photo of the painting and article about Pádraig O'Briain by Kevin Spencer

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 12-13, "Kevin Spencer - an appreciation" written by Dave Hegarty

Starr, Sheila

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McCarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Stephenson, Richard

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 14, "Music from East Munster" a jig played by the piper Stephenson who visited Kilworth 60 years (1880's?) and played in the street. Collected by Liam de Noraidh from his aunt ine Ní Eiscin in 1941

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 20, "Seanchas: Robert Thompson, champion Irish piper" article taken from the Irish Weekly Independent, March 24th, 1900, page 7, col. 3, with mention of Dublin piper, Daniel Crilly, and even Richard Stephenson, photo of Robert Thompson taken from O'Neill's Irish minstrels & musicians

Stewart, Trevor

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 7, "Belfast Tionól" photos of Darragh Murray, Trevor Stewart, Paddy Davey and Barry Kerr, photos by Pier Kuipers

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darach Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Street, Stephen

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

Stevanov, Petco

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 19, "Brest Tionól, My 1999" photo of attending pipers, Michel Pellerin, Loic Padellec, Hervé Le Bot, Mícheál Ó Briain, Patrick Molard, Claude Camus, Yvon Le Gall, Alain Nizou, Kirby McLeod, Jean Jacques Guichaoua, Jean Luc Gastinel, Luc Bidel, Philippe Picot, Roger Arpailange, Petco Stevanov, Francois Domine, Etienne Denis, Louis Priour, Emmanuel Le Marc, Antoine Duranton

Sullivan, Timothy

Vol. 3. no. 6, March 1991: page 19, "Seanchas: A blind Irish piper" article from the Belfast News-Letter 8.9.1852 sent by Séamus Ó Bléine of Lurgan

Summer schools

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 6-7, "Summer schools" article by Mikey Smyth with photo

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Talbot, William

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 22-23, "William Talbot" article by Seán Donnelly

Talty, Martin

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 23, "From the Seán Reid papers" photo of Willie Clancy, Martin Talty playing Willie's flute? & Seán Reid, taken from the Sunday Review, 21 May, 1961

Talty, Seán

Vol. 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 9, announcement of a piping rectial at Naul, Co. Dublin with pipers Gay McKeon,, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán Talty & Seán Potts

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 12-13, , "Willie Clancy Summer School 1996" photos by Peter Laban of Conor McKeon, Tommy McCarthy, Al Purcell, Seán Talty, James O'Brien-Moran & Joe Doyle with Dickie Deegan

"Tapes of old players"

Vol 3. no. 3 July 1990: page 16-18, Details and contents of two tapes of wax cylinders and 78's offered by NPU

Taylor, Becky

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 8-10, "Tyneside, England: the two piping weekends of the Tyneside Irish Festival, 1993" article by Joe Crane, piping guests Christy O'Leary & Ronan Browne, reedmakers Ian O'Brien & Hubert Kwisthout, & Teeside piper Becky Taylor

Taylor, Charles & William

Vol 3. no. 34 February 1998: page 16-18, "Last year in Bettystown: a look back at a great piping weekend" account of the 1997 Bettystown Tionól by Joe Crane with photo of Joe Doyle playing his Taylor style 4 reg. set. Pipers Paddy O'Connor of Dundalk, his son Michael and Finbar McLaughlin are among those mentioned

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 10-12 " Midwest Tionól, St. Louis, USA" article by Mike Mullins & Edmund Tunney, mentioned are Kevin Henry & his Egan set with C-flat Taylor chanter & Taylor double chanter, Tim Britton, Michael Cooney, Al Purcell& Tyler Duncan. Photos of Kevin Henry and Kirk Lynch

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 23, "Two historic sets of pipes" article by Tom Busby regarding a set of Kenna pipes and a set of Coyne pipes and even two Taylor sets owned by Mick O'Brien & Thomas Kerrigan, one set now played by Martin Carrigan's son

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 7, "Scoiltrad, the virtual school" article by Kevin Glackin about Scoiltrad, the on-line tutor, with teachers Eoin Ó Riabhaigh, Conal O'Gráda & Kevin Glackin. Photo of Eoin Ó Riabhaigh playing his Taylor set with chanter by Alain Froment

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page18-20, "Seanchas: Felix Gallagher, the Leitrim piper"article by Peter Gallagher about Felix Gallagher and his Taylor set with four photos and mention of Paul Brennan and Felix Doran

Thater, Uta

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

Thomond Pipers' Club see: Cumann Phíobairi Uilleann Thiamhumhan

Thompson, Kevin

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Gabriel McKeon, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Thompson, Robert

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page 22-23, Tarlach Mac Suibhne" article from Béaloideas, 1964 by Pádraig Mac Seáin annotated by Gerry Starr, Tarlach's father piper Eamonn Rua is mentioned and Bob Thompson, Tom Rowsome, John Cash & (Michael) Flanagan

Vol. 4. no. 2 September 1999: page 16-17, "Seanchas: Pipers and plumes" newspaper article from 1957 about Robert Thompson, Margaret Barry's grandfather. Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome, Willie Reynolds and Seán Reid are also mentioned

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 20, "Seanchas: Robert Thompson, champion Irish piper" article, with mention of Dublin piper Daniel Crilly, from Irish Weekly Independent, Saturday, March 24, 1900, p. 7 col. 3. submitted by Séamus Ó Bléine, Lurgan, Co. Armagh. Photo taken from IM&M

Tionól na Rinne

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 10, "Tionól na Rinne" short article about the Tionól, Tommy Reck was present, with photos of Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Mícheal Ó Briain & Tommy Keane

Tionól Píobaireachta 1991

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 4-5, " Tionól Píobaireachta 1991" short article about the tionól by Colm de Brún, pipers Nartin Mooney are mentioned together with photos of pipers Aileen Barry, Sean Crowe , Geoff Wooff, Ronnie Wathen, Terry Moylan and Brendan Collins

Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Tionól 1994 Ceol na nGiolcach i gCorcaigh

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 9-10, 2 "Tioinól 1994..Ceol na nGiolcach i gCorcaigh" article by Pádraig Ó Muineacháin with mention of Dave Hegarty, Mick Coyne, Eoin Ó Riabhaigh & Gabriel McKeon

Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo

Vol 3. no. 19 July 1994: page 6-7, " Tionól 1994 - Westport, Co. Mayo" photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth, Ailish McMahon, Seán Mac Chiarnáin, Suzanne Bojovsky,Wilbert Gavin, Sheila Starr, Marion McMcarthy, Caoimhe Hearún, Patrica Logan, Diane Ascroft, Brid Barry, Deirdre Leech

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 8-10, "Reminiscences of Westport 94" article by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran with a photo of Jimmy, Kevin Thompson & Joe Doyle and a photo of Tomás de h-de by Wilbert Garvin, pipers Seán McKiernan, Neillidh Mulligan, Robert van Dijk & Brian Gallaher are among those mentioned

Tionól Chorcaí 1997

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page 7: "Tionól Chorcaí 1997" article in Irish and photo of Stephen Scales, Ciarán Ó Máille, Pádraig Ó Pléimionn, Dáithí Ó hEigearta, Seán Ó Mistéalaigh

Toomey, Patrick

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 8, "Piping in Wicklow IV" article by Breandán Breathnach

Touhey, Patsy (1865-1923)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 24, Feabhra 1985: page 7, "From the archive" transcription of "Bonnie Kate" from Patsy Touhey's piping notated by Pat Mitchell & Jackie Small

Sraith 2, Uimhir 29, Márta 1986: page 7, "Newspaper review 1908" review of "The birthday party" a comedy with Chas. H. Burke, Pat Touhey and company

Sraith 2, Uimhir 30, Bealtine 1986: page 4, "Two favorites score" review of "The birthday party, from the Mirror Jan, 25, 1908

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 12-17, "From the archive - The geese in the bog" transcription of The geese in the bog" & article by Sean Donnelly, James Early, Jim Lavin, Barney Delaney, Johnny Gorman, Patsy Touhey & Michael Gallagher are mentioned, photo of Michael Carney

Vol. 3. no. 38, January 1999: page 24, "Patsy Touhey residences in US" two photos of Patsy's residences in the USA, taken by Seán P. Mac Chiarnáin

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 12-14, "Tommy McCarthy 1929-2000"appreciation by Tommy Keane with mention of pipers Johnny Doran, Leo Rowsome, Leon Rowsome Willie Clancy, Patsy Touhey, Seán McKiernan, Pádraic Mac Mathúna, Marion McCarthy

Touhy, David

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 9-10, "Kilkenny Piping School" article by Pat Murphy. Students at the school are John Tuohy, David Tuohy & Michael Foley. Photos of Leonard Barry & Pat Murphy playing John Tuohy's Coyne B set and a group photo of Pat Murphy, Michael Foley, Leonard Barry, David Touhy, John Touhy Jnr. by John Touhy Snr.

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Touhy, John (Jnr.)

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 9-10, "Kilkenny Piping School" article by Pat Murphy. Students at the school are John Tuohy, David Tuohy & Michael Foley. Photos of Leonard Barry & Pat Murphy playing John Tuohy's Coyne B set and a group photo of Pat Murphy, Michael Foley, Leonard Barry, David Touhy, John Touhy Jnr. by John Touhy Snr.

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Touhy, John (Snr.)

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page 9-10, "Kilkenny Piping School" article by Pat Murphy. Students at the school are John Tuohy, David Tuohy & Michael Foley. Photos of Leonard Barry & Pat Murphy playing John Tuohy's Coyne B set and a group photo of Pat Murphy, Michael Foley, Leonard Barry, David Touhy, John Touhy Jnr. by John Touhy Snr.

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 10-11, " Tionól Tommy Kearney 2000: a weekend for uilleann pipes" article by John Tuohy with mention of Tommy Kearney, Nollaig Mac Cárthaigh, Mick O'Brien, Heinz Braun, John McCarthy, John Costello, John Tuohy, Michael Foley & David Tuohy. Photo of John Tuohy Jnr. at John McCarthy's graveside by John Tuohy Snr. Photo of Séamus Ennis with listener

Touhy, Sheila

Vol 3. no. 10 April 1992: page 8, photo of Sheila Touhy, Kilkenny - at Templemore Tionól, 1991, by L. McNulty

Tuohy, Michael

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page, 16-17, "In my father's time (2)" photo of Leon Rowsome in 1952 & a photo of Leo Rowsome teaching Tomás McKeon, Joe McKenna, Peter Browne & Seán Hennessy, taken 1963-1964, pipers Patrick Broaders, Liam Óg Ó Floinn, Dave Page, Eddie Potts, Michael Tuohy, Fergus Finnegan, Seán Seery are among those mentioned, article by Leon Rowsome

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2000: page 7-9, "Leo Rowsome remembered: address by Mr. Justice Vivian Lavan of the high court on the occassion of the death of Leo Rowsome" with mention of Kevin Rowsome, Fergus Finnegan, Mick Tuohy and Dónal Brennan & Paddy Moloney, Garret Browne, Liam Óg Flynn & Des Geraghty

Tralee Tionól

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 5, "News: Tralee Tionól" article by Colm de Brún, Dublin Dave Hegarty reedmaking, Steven Scales & Colm de Brún piping classes

Turner, Steve

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 16-17, "An Tionól, Rosslare, 1998, photos of Susanne Ward USA, Cormac Ó Briain Belfast, Mark Crossin Belfast, Pól Mac Fionnmhacháin Dublin, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Diarmuid Ó Buachalla, Steve Turner England, John Hughes Belfast

Tyneside Irish festival

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page 6-8, "Pipers' meeting at the Tyneside Irish Festival, October 1990" article by Joe Crane, guest pipers Liam O'Flynn & Micheál Ó Briain , other pipers mentioned were Ian O'Brien, Eddie Charles, Hubert Kwistout, Wattie Lees, Pauline Cato

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 8-10, "Tyneside, England: the two piping weekends of the Tyneside Irish Festival, 1993" article by Joe Crane, piping guests Christy O'Leary & Ronan Browne, reedmakers Ian O'Brien & Hubert Kwisthout, & Teeside piper Becky Taylor

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Vallely, Brian

Vol. 3. no. 26 May 1996: page 5, "Painting - Felix Doran" announcement of prints available by Brian Vallely

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 14, "Piping in Estonia" photo of Brian Vallely and Neil Mulligan piping

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 22-23, "From here and there" photos of Michael O'Brien in San Francisco Feb. 1997, Brian Vallely and Neil Mulligan in Estonia, Al Purcell & Kirk Lynch & Eric Monbel in Belgium

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 8-9, "Tionól reports: 9th annual Chris Langan Irish Traditional music Weekend, Toronto, Canada. January 14-156, 2000" article about the Tionól. Photos of Brian & Cillian Vallely and Seth Gallagher who taught piping and reedmaking workshops, and Eamonn Dillon of Belfast-Florida, Rick Lines & Pat O'Gorman

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 13, "Pipers at Wicklow" photos of Brian Vallely, Pat Broderick, Michael O'Connell, John Rooney

Vallely, Cillian

Vol. 3. no. 39 February 1999: page 8-9, "Chris Langan Weekend, Toronto, Cananda" article by Rick Lines about the event with photos of Benedict Koehler, Cillian Vallely, Tommy Keane & Ray Caldwell

Vol. 4. no. 4 Feabhra 2000: page 8-9, "Tionól reports: 9th annual Chris Langan Irish Traditional music Weekend, Toronto, Canada. January 14-156, 2000" article about the Tionól. Photos of Brian & Cillian Vallely and Seth Gallagher who taught piping and reedmaking workshops, and Eamonn Dillon of Belfast-Florida, Rick Lines & Pat O'Gorman

Vizzard, Patrick

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 18-20, "Seanchas: Irish musicians in New York in 1921" verses composed by John Ennis, father of Tom Ennis, in 1921 about a meeting of pipers, Patrick Vizzard & Eddie Burke are among those mentioned, by Seán Donnelly

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Wade, Jack

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 11-13, "Seán McAloon (1923-1998): in memoriam" article by Robbie Hanna with photo of Seán playing a Taylor set(?) and Seán Maguire, taken at the NPU Tionól, 1978. Pipers Phil Martin, Jack Wade of Co. Dublin & pipemakers Finbar McLaughlin & Robbie Hughes are among those mentioned

Wade, Sam

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 7, "Sam Wade" aricle about piper Sam Wade of Ballymoney

Walker, Chris

Vol 3. no. 31 July 1997: page12-13, "(Bettystown) Tionól 1997" photos of Leo Rickard, Marcus Kuntz, Pól Mac Fionmhacáin, Denis O'Toole, Denis Keegan, Martin Nolan, Chris Walker, Greg Johnston, Tom Somers

Wallace, Michael

Vol. 3 no. 38 January 1999: page 22-23, "Michael Wallace: the prince of pipers" an article submitted by Tom Munnelly per Terry Moylan. The article was found in around 1968 in a Westport bookshop. Denis Delaney, William Connolly & Michael Egan are also mentioned

Walsh, Liam

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 18-20, "John McCarthy, 1906-1975: a Kilkenny piper" article by John Tuohy, Kilkenny pipers mentioned are Con Scully, Mick Power, Milo Byrne, Peter Barrett, Stephen Street and also Leo Rowsome, James Bryan & Liam Walsh, and Maurice Coyne & Tadgh Crowley

Walsh, Tom

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Ward, Pat (1847?-19-?)

Vol 3. no. 21 January, 1995: page 21-23, "Seanchas: Union pipes at the oireachtas" article by Séamus Ua Casaide published in An Claidheamh Soluis, 13.7.1912, page 11. Pipers written about are James Byrne, éamonn Ceannt, Denis Delaney, Michael Farrell, John Flanagan, Thomas Garoghan, Séamus Mac Aongusa, Michael MacGuinness, Francis McPeake, Dan Markey, Nicholas Markey, Edward Martyn, W. H. Mulvey, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, Hugh Newman, Mícheál O Duibhginn, John O'Reilly, William Rowsome, Stephen Ruane, Tom Walsh, Pat Ward

Vol. 3. no 40 April 1999: page 22-23, "John Brogan - pipemaker" article by Fergus Brogan about John Brogan. Pat Ward, Séamus Ennis & Peter Browne are mentioned, and also the Ennis Coyne set. Photo of John Brogan and Pat Ward

Ward, Susanne

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 16-17, "An Tionól, Rosslare, 1998, photos of Susanne Ward USA, Cormac Ó Briain Belfast, Mark Crossin Belfast, Pól Mac Fionnmhacháin Dublin, Séamus Mac Mathúna and Diarmuid Ó Buachalla, Steve Turner England, John Hughes Belfast

Wathen, Ronnie (1934-1993)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 25, Bealtine 1985: page 6, "Poetry and piping", photo of Ronnie Wathen & short article about a recital on the 2nd of March (at Henrietta Street?)

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 4-5, " Tionól Píobaireachta 1991" short article about the tionól by Colm de Brún, pipers Nartin Mooney are mentioned together with photos of pipers Aileen Barry, Sean Crowe, Geoff Wooff, Ronnie Wathen, Terry Moylan and Brendan Collins

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: cover, photo of Ronnie Wathen

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 10-11, "Ronnie Wathen (1934-1993) appreciation by Mike Banks, England, photo by Liam McNulty taken at NPU Tionól, Ennistymon, 1991 Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 11-13, "Man of the mountains" appreciation by Jim Perrin with photo of Ronnie, Mal Whyte, Neil Mulligan & Mícheál Ó Briain at the NPU Tionól, Termonfeckin, 1972

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 12-13, "An appreciation of Ronnie Wathen" by Joe Crane with two photos of Ronnie taken 1991 & 1992 by Peter Laban

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: page 25, "Letters: Ronnie and Dan" letter from Asta Wathen about Ronnie Walthen & Dan and May O'Dowd

Wayland, Seán Smithwick (1874-19-?)

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 7, "New postcard from Australia" postcard of John Wayland produced by Ormond Waters founder of the Journal of the John Wayland Society

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 22-24, "Tobar an Phíobaire" : Cumnn na bPíobairí Uilleann, Corcaigh: seventy-one years of tradition" article about the Cork Piper's Club by Mícheál Ó Riabhaigh and Seán Smithwick Wayland & William Phair part in this. Bob Thompson, R.L. O'Mealy, Mollie Morrissey & Máire McCarthy, Tadgh Crowley, Johnny Doran, Neilus Cronin are also mentioned

West Coast Tionól

Vol. 4 no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 8-9, "West Coast Tionól, USA, 2001" article by Richard D. Katz. Gay McKeon, Seán Potts & Kevin Carr teaching with David Quinn & pipemakers Benedict Kohler, Andreas Rogge together with Seán Folsom & Ted Anderson doing reedmaking. John Pederson. Seán Folsom played his Patsy Brown Taylor style set. Photo of David Quinn by Richard D. Katz

Westenra, Henry (1770-18-?)

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 14-15, "Two tunes from a gentleman piper" article by Jimmy OBrien Moran about H. R. Westenra with mention of Paddy Conneely, Warner William Westenra and Henry Westenra, two tunes notated, "The wearied lad" and "The Galway jig"

Westenra, Henry Robert (1792-1860)

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 2, "Lord Rossmore and Paddy Conneely"article by Seán Donnelly about pipers Paddy Conneely, Galway, & Lord Rossmore, Co. Monaghan, in the 1830's

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 14-15, "Two tunes from a gentleman piper" article by Jimmy OBrien Moran about H. R. Westenra with mention of Paddy Conneely, Warner William Westenra and Henry Westenra, two tunes notated, "The wearied lad" and "The Galway jig"

Westenra, Warner William (1765-1842)

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: page 14-15, "Two tunes from a gentleman piper" article by Jimmy OBrien Moran about H. R. Westenra with mention of Paddy Conneely, Warner William Westenra and Henry Westenra, two tunes notated, "The wearied lad" and "The Galway jig"

White, Edward (1810-1879/80)

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 15, "Set of pipes in National Museum" description of pipes & account of Edward "Ned" White taken from O'Neill's "Irish Minstrels & Musicians"

Vol 3. no. 20 September 1994: page 18-20, "Ned White - pipemaker" an article by Robert van Dijk about Edward White and a "C" set of pipes made by White, owned by Robert & renovated by Hubert Kwisthout, fitted with a chanter reed by Dave Hegarty in 1992, photo of the pipes by Peter Laban & photo of Hubert Kwisthout with the pipes by Robert van Dijk

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 22, "Ned White (1810-1879/80), pipemaker" article by by Robert van Dijk about New White with mention of James (Jem) Byrne and Kenna

White, Jimmy

Vol 3. no. 18 March 1994: cover, photo of Jimmy White of Ballyclemock, Co. Wexford

White, Robert A.

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 8, "For sale" price lists for pipes by pipemakers Robert A. White, Johnny Bourke & Arie De Keyzer

Whitmer, Nick

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2001: page 12-13, "Tom Busby, 1912-2000 article by Ed Harrison with a photo of Vincent Broderick, Tom Busby & Andy Conroy in New York in the 1960's, also mention of Nick Whitmer

Whyte, Mal

Vol 3. no. 17 January 1994: page 11-13, "Man of the mountains" appreciation by Jim Perrin with photo of Ronnie, Mal Whyte, Neil Mulligan & Mícheál Ó Briain at the NPU Tionól, Termonfeckin, 1972

Wicklow Tionól

Vol 3. no. 36 July 1998: page 8-9 "The fourth annual Wicklow Tionól" an account by Dick Barton, Co. Wicklow with a photo of John Joe O'Loughlin

Williams, Dave

Sraith 2, Uimhir 26, Iúil 1985: page 2, "Felix Doran's pipes" article by Dave Williams about Felix Doran's pipes made by Frank Gorker not the Leo Rowsome set. Photo of Felix's father John Doran and Felix's son Michael Doran

Vol. 4. no. 3 December 1999: page 8-10, "Tionól reports: New Zealand Uilleann Piper's association & Concert tour 1999", report by Tommy Martin with mention of Terry Carroll's O'Dowd half set & Billy Crowe's Rowsome set, Paddy Galvin's Michael Egan set, piper John Coughlan's Egan set, & pipemakers Lorcan Dunne, Ian McKenzie, Kevin Thompson, Dave Williams, Colin Addison, Cillian Ó Briain & Tadhg Crowley, with photos of Ron Moorehouse & Colin Caddick

Willie Clancy Summer School

Sraith 2, Uimhir 8, Deireadh Fomhair 1980: page 1-2, "Miltown Malbay 1980 article about the Willie Clancy Summer School by Adrian Joseph O'Connell

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 8, "Miltown 1991" article about the Willie Clancy Summer School with photo of Cormac Cannon, Galway

Vol 3. no. 8 September 1991: page 9, "Willie Clancy Week 1991" photos of Janette Lambert Wicklow, Donncha Goff Waterford, Stefan Kayat Sweden, Yves Laurent France, taken by Liam McNulty? at the Willie Clancy Summer School 1991

Vol 3. no. 16 September 1993: page 10-12, "Willie Clancy Summer School 1993" opening speech by Mary Robinson, the President of Ireland & photo of President Robinson & Junior Crehan

Vol 3. no. 21 January 1995: page 8-9, "Willie Clancy Summer School '94" photos by Peter Laban of Tommy McCarthy, Rolf Knusel, Lorcan Dunne, Dave Hegarty & Kevin Henry

Vol 3. no. 28 October 1996: page 12-13, , "Willie Clancy Summer School 1996" photos by Peter Laban of Conor McKeon, Tommy McCarthy, Al Purcell, Seán Talty, James O'Brien-Moran & Joe Doyle with Dickie Deegan

Vol. 3. no. 37 September 1998: page 10-11, "Willie Clancy Summer School., 1998" article about the WCSS 1998 with photos by Peter Laban of Mikey Smyth & Tommy Kearney & Seán Potts

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 11-12, "Willie Week 2000 - another perspective" report by Liam McNulty with photo of Liam introducing Geoff Wooff at a lunch recital and mention of the Paddy Conneely tunes played by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 12, "Piping at WCSS 2000" three photos of Denis Brooks playing in O'Kelly's, Mullagh, Pat Mitchell giving his lecture "Development & change in uilleann piping from the earliest times" and Tom Clarke listening to the lecture, photos by Peter Laban

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 13, "WCSS 2000, from a student viewpoint" report by Jarleth Henderson, Tyrone with photo taken by Peter Laban of Marcus Kunz, Jarleth Henderson & Aoife Carty piping in Tom Malone's back room

Vol. 4. no. 10 Bealtine 2001: page 5, "Willie Clancy Summer School 2001" article about the threat of foot & mouth disease and possible change of location should there be an outbreak

Wooff, Geoff

Sraith 2, Uimhir 22, Meán Fómhair 1984: page 4, "Geoff Wooff, Australia" photo taken at WCSS 1984

Sraith 2, Uimhir 27, Deire Fómhair 1985: page 4-5. Scoil Samhraidh Willie Clancy" photos of Nick Adams, Jimmy O'Brien-Moran, Dave Heagarty,, Peter Laban, Rory Sommers, Geoff Wooff, John Murphy, Seán Donnelly at WCSS 1985

Vol 3. no. 5 January 1991: page 8, "County Clare" article about the Clare branch of N.P.U. with main teachers, Geoff Wooff, Paddy Comber, Martin Nolan & Mick Coyne

Vol 3. no. 6 March 1991: page: page 3, "Tionól Píobaireachta 1991 main theme of the Tionól is regulators, talk given by Geoff Wooff, reedmaking by Finbar Furey

Vol 3. no. 7 July 1991: page 4-5, " Tionól Píobaireachta 1991" short article about the tionól by Colm de Brún, pipers Nartin Mooney are mentioned together with photos of pipers Aileen Barry, Sean Crowe, Geoff Wooff, Ronnie Wathen, Terry Moylan and Brendan Collins

Vol 3. no. 13 January 1993: page 20-21, "What if-? A technical column" advice regarding troublesome bass drones, by Geoff Wooff

Vol. 3. no.14 April 1993: page 22, "Letters: Supply of cane versus quarrelsome ostrich" letter by Geoff Wooff regarding cane supplies and giving the address of a good reedcane suppier in France

Vol 3. no. 35 April 1998: page 6-7, "Review of Tionól Bhéal Feirste" article by Corman Ó Briain, pipers Paul McKernan, Robbie Hannan, Patrick Hutchinson, Máire Ní Ghráda, John Hughes, Geoff Wooff, Bill Haneman, Darch Murphy, Tiarnán Dinkin, Trevor Stewart, Tom Clarke are mentioned an John Hughes' C-sharp Coyne set

Vol. 3. no. 38 January 1999: page 6-7, "An Gradam Píobaireachta" photo of Paddy Moloney, Seán Potts & Liam O'Flynn at the Gradam awards in Dublin 31 Oct. 1998. The article explains the background behind the award design concieved by Tom Clarke and made by Geoff Wooff

Vol. 4. no. 5 Bealtine 2000: cover, photo of Leo Kelly of Gladysdale, Victoria, Australia playing a Geoff Wooff 3/4 B-flat set, no. 31 made in 1982

Vol. 4. no. 7 Deire Fómhair 2000: page 11-12, "Willie Week 2000 - another perspective" report by Liam McNulty with photo of Liam introducing Geoff Wooff at a lunch recital and mention of the Paddy Conneely tunes played by Jimmy O'Brien-Moran

Vol. 4. no. 8 Nollaig 2000: page16-19, "A technical column: restoration of Coyne "B" set, July 2000" detailed article by Geoff Wooff, with photo of the restored set taken by Peter Laban

Vol. 4. no 9 Márta 2001: page 16-18, "A technical column: why are the classic sets so important to us" an article by Geoff Wooff on pipes made between 1800-1860 by Egan, Coyne, Harrington, & Kenna

Wouters, Roger de

Vol 3. no. 32 September 1997: page 10-11, "The return of the non-native" article by Roger de Wouters, about a piping class led by Ciaran O Maillai at Scoil Acla

Vol. 3. no. 33 December 1997: page 19, "Scoil Acla, August 1997" photo of pipers present at the 1997 Scoil Acla, Roger de Wooters, Didier Heuline, Hubert Aupeit, Seán Lynch, Marty Lavelle, Fiachra O'Regan, Aoife Carty, Michael Kilbane, Rory O'Connor, Ciarán Ó Máille, Seán og Potts, Phil Duffy, Paul Donnelly, John Butler

Vol. 4. no 6. Iúl 2000: page 9-11, "Tionóil reports: first Belgian tionól, La Roche en Ardenne, 19-21 May 2000" article by Roger O'Keeffe, Brussels. Teachers were Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, & Melvyn Morrison, with mention of a Robert Reid double chanter owned by Roger de Wouter. Photos of Marnix Polvliet, Deb Pearson, Rob Goosens, Roger de Wouter, Uta Thater, Marc Reuter, Kai Kikkers, Melvyn Morrison, Seán Óg Potts, Michael Horgan, Eduardo Beamonde & Roger O'Keeffe from the tionól

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