(Tudalen newydd: == Pibgorn Bagbib Cymreig (pibgorn, pibgod, pibgwd, pibau cyrn, pibau cwd, bacbib, pibau gwynt a bagpipes Cymreig) == Dogennir pipaugwynt yng Nghymru ers y degfen ganrif ond bu i'r ...)
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Pibgorn (Welsh lit. "pipe horn")- A number of examples of this instrument survive, these date from the 17th and 18th centuries. The pibgorn is a mouthblown hornpipe, having a parallel bore, six finger holes and a thumb hole. The pipe has a cowhorn mouth piece and an intricately carved cowhorn bell. The reed is of the single beating type usually made of cane but some players now use synthetic reeds. Modern pibgyrn (pl.) play in the key of D using open fingering, with many tunes in E minor.
Welsh pipe groups/bands: Pibau Pencader, Pibe Bach, Pibau Preseli, and Bagad Pibau Morgannwg. Welsh musicians/groups using pigyrn pibe cwd etc: Fernhill, Carreg Lafar, Crasdant, Stephen Rees and Andy Mclaughlin, Jason Lawday, and Antwn Owen Hicks and Gafin Morgan.
▲ External links
Pibau Pencader (Site in Welsh and English)
Welsh Bagpipes and the Welsh Pibgorn
Welsh pipers Antwn Owen Hicks and Gafin Morgan (Dwylaw Cwyth) and Bagad Pibau Morgannwg.
Ceri Rhys Matthews - Yscolan