PIBROCHS


PIBROCHS
(произн. "пайбрёк"; гаэлическое piobaireachd, "мелодия для дудки"), старинные шотландские музык. пьесы, вариации для волынки на известную тему (u-rlar) "заканчивающиеся оживленным финалом (creanluidh). Срв. "Dictionary oi music" Грова. Как самая "urlar", так и "pibrochs" богато уснащены украшениями (форшлаги, двойные форшлаги и пр.) и носят своеобразный характер вследствие применения 11-го обертона (См. Созвук), занимающего, как известно, среднее место между f и fis.

Музыкальный словарь Римана. - Москва, Лейпциг. . 1904.

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  • pibrochs — pi·broch || pɪːbrÉ‘k , É‘x / brÉ’k , É’x n. musical piece for the Scottish bagpipe …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Pibroch — Pibroch, Piobaireachd or Ceòl Mór is an art music genre associated primarily with the Scottish Highlands that is characterised by extended compositions with a melodic theme and elaborate formal variations. It is currently performed principally on …   Wikipedia

  • Pìobaireachd — A pibroch (IPA: [ˈpiːˌbrɔx] ) is a classical music form native to the Scottish Highlands and performed on the Great Highland Bagpipe. The form is also sometimes played on the Scottish fiddle and the clarsach as part of a recent revival. In… …   Wikipedia

  • A Hundred Pipers — is an old Scottish folk song (to the tune of The Durham Reel) that is the Authorized March of the 49th (Sault Ste Marie) Field Artillery. Lyrics These lyrics are in Scots. : Wi a hundred pipers, an a , an a , : Wi a hundred pipers, an a , an a …   Wikipedia

  • Donald MacLeod — For people with a similar name, see Donald McLeod. Pipe Major Donald MacLeod (1917 1982) was a Scottish piper. Born in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis, he was one of the finest, most creative and merriest, recent, great highland Scottish bagpipers …   Wikipedia

  • MacCrimmon (piping family) — Mac Cruimin a romanticised Victorian era depiction of a MacCrimmon piper to MacLeod of MacLeod, illustrated by R. R. McIan, from The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, published in 1845. The MacCrimmons (Gaelic: MacCruimein) were a Scottish family …   Wikipedia

  • pibroch — noun /ˈpiːbrɒk,ˈpiːbrɒx/ A series of musical variations for the bagpipes, usually martial or funerary in nature. , 1908: He had heard the stirring pibrochs speed the Gordons in their fights, / It had borne them through the fire zone as they swung …   Wiktionary

  • Macaulay family of Lewis — The Macaulay family of Uig in Lewis, known in Scottish Gaelic as Clann mhic Amhlaigh,[1] were a small family located around Uig on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. There is no connection between the Macaulays of Lewis and Clan …   Wikipedia

  • pibrock — ⇒PIBROCK, PIBROCH, subst. masc. MUSIQUE A. Morceau de musique classique de cornemuse écossaise généralement composé d un thème et de plusieurs variations. Au moment où ils mettaient le pied sur le pont du Duncan, le bag piper [joueur de cornemuse …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • pibroch — ⇒PIBROCK, PIBROCH, subst. masc. MUSIQUE A. Morceau de musique classique de cornemuse écossaise généralement composé d un thème et de plusieurs variations. Au moment où ils mettaient le pied sur le pont du Duncan, le bag piper [joueur de cornemuse …   Encyclopédie Universelle