|Green Hills Of Tyrol|
|The Gentle Maiden|
|The Ballad Of John Armstrong|
|The Crooked Bawbee|
|Come Over The Stream|
|CEP 43||Jack Armstrong||Northumbrian Pipe Music (7", EP, Mono)||Beltona||CEP 43||UK||1956|
|SEP 43||Jack Armstrong||Northumbrian Pipe Music (7", EP)||Beltona||SEP 43||UK||1969|
|SEP 43||Jack Armstrong||Northumbrian Pipe Music (7", EP)||Beltona||SEP 43||UK||Unknown|
Jack Armstrong - The Crooked Bawbee 01:03. Jack Armstrong - Come over the Stream 00:45. Jack Armstrong - Rothbury Hills 01:01. Jack Armstrong - Redesdale Hornpipe 00:48. Jack Armstrong - Cheviot Chase 00:27.
Jack Armstrong: Authoritative and influential performer on the Northumbrian smallpipes. Born in Wideopen, North Tyneside, five miles north of Newcastle upon Tyne, in 1904. Cheviot Chase, The Jenny Bell Polka, The Wild Hills o´ Wannies и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Northumbrian music is characterised by considerable influence from other regions (and vice versa), particularly southern Scotland and other parts of the north of England. Irish tunes are also much played in the region, as they are elsewhere. In the later medieval period pipe music appears to have been characterized by the use of the Northumbrian 'war pipe', which may have been the ancestor of the Great Highland Bagpipe, but no example has survived. John Armstrong of Carrick played with the piper Billy Pigg. In the later part of the century, Willy Taylor was perhaps the most highly respected of the many fiddlers in the region.
Northumbrian Pipe Music (Beltona SEP 43 ), 1969. Jack Armstrong, Celebrated Minstrel, Northumbria Vo. (Saydisc Traditional Series, Saydisc SCL 252), 1974. Northumbrian Pipe Tunes (Folktracks TFSA30. 122), nd. The Northumbrian Smallpipes (Clock Tower MTN 3073), 1969 (with Patricia Jennings).
29 results for northumbrian pipes. Pauline cato the wansbeck piper cassette album (1992) tested northumbrian pipes. Jack Armstrong – Northumbrian Pipe Music 1956 EP Beltona SEP 43. EUR . 0.
keyless Northumbrian pipe chanter. These tunes are almost all extended variation sets on dance tunes in various rhythms – reels, jigs, compound triple-time tunes (now known as slip jigs), and triple-time hornpipes. Borrowing from other traditions and instruments has continued – in the early-to-mid 20th century, Billy Pigg, and Jack Armstrong (The Duke of Northumberland's Piper) for instance, adapted many tunes from the Scottish and Irish pipe and fiddle repertoires to smallpipes, as well as composing tunes in various styles for the instrument.