Píobaire, An, Volume 1, Issue 3, Page 3

Píobaire, An, Volume 1, Issue 3, Page 3
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(22)Bhi an ceol sidhe aige, is do sheinim se ea gabhail Mom Clasach, agus do milieodh alamh - Iarnh no pipe is nfheadfadh se aon tseiminta dFeanamh. Do leighis an sagartFolai no Morarti e, agus duirt se leis gan an ceo! sidhe do sheimint arist no go dteangochadhse dho. Ach do bhris ar a bhfoidhne aige uair eicint na dhia san .Braon beag a bhi oltage, is do sheinim se an ceol sidhe, ach mas ea do milleadh a Iomh is na meireanna aristagus o brathar nar Ieighiseadh e. Feoch, nuair a bhereadh se ar mhaide doibrigheadhna meireanna go maith, ach chomh uath is chuireadh se chun seanma ar na piopoi, nibhiodh ar a chumas faic a dheanamh. Chuala mathair a readh gur chuala se ag seimintan ceol sidhe e uair amhain agus, dar leis, go raibh na taobhain is na cuplai agus frathachaan ti agus na haruisti go leir a deanamh ceoil. Ni raibh aon chuimse leis chun ceoll.Deirteargur cailleadh sa tSup e I gCeann Tragha.Kennedys conversion was the subject of a true story entitled The Piper of Duncjuin in nnisfail,or the Irish scripture reader (London 1841).What wi ! t you do with your pipes now,K ? said the Irish inspector, on hearing thehonest piper declare his determination never again to enter those scenes, (the pattern or theale house) where his poor fellowsinners had so often been excited by the mirthinspiringstrains of his instrument to quaff still deeper that intoxicating liquor the curse of Ireland, andIrelands peasantry,Is it what will I do with my pipes youre asking me? replied K; there are somethat would kindly advise me to fling them into the sea, lust to let the fishes try their handsupon them, but you wont be after giving me such Foolish counsel, Mr. D You knowvry well how King David praised the Lord upon his harp; and though it is not myself thatshould be drawing a comparison between it and the pipes, yet of a surety Christian Irishmenmay find as much music in one, as good Jews did in the other, if they be only tuned to theglory of God, as through His blessing I hope for the rest of my days to tune them.(Per Padraig de Brun,Institiuid ArdLeinn, Bhaile Atha Cliath).The Goodman music collection now in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, consists of fourvolumes. The volume numbered IV contains the inscription Seamus Gudmann A D 1860 inGaelic script. Under the last air in volume Ill the following declaration is inscribedDo criochnuigheadh an obairsi liomsaan 26 Ia don mhi September aois Chriosd 1866ann Arddhromm a niarthar CorcuigheSeamus Gudman(This work was canpl ed by me on 26 September 1866 in Ardgroom inWest Cork. S.G.)3
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