- The word “Canntaireachd” means “singing” in Gaelic, but rather than this general definition, for pipers it has come to mean the singing of Piobaireachd.
- each note and embellishment known as canntaireachd (pronounced Canntaireachd) or more commonly by a less formal style adopted by each piper.
- Gesto Canntaireachd
- canntaireachd 'as verbally taught by the M Crummen pipers...
- musical traditions
- both staff notation and in canntaireachd (pronounced - canterrock).
- Mantroch paper vilnius
- This is called canntaireachd, meaning 'sung music' in Gaelic.
- The playful essence of ceòl mór
- out the beauty of these older texts, his fine bagpipe, and the clarity of his embellishments are uplifting to hear.
- Canntaireachd Tutor? - Bob Dunsire Bagpipe Forums
- The first two, maybe three piobaireachd society books have the canntaireachd for the tunes.
- Canntaireachd : articulate music, dedicated to the Islay Association
- Ebook and Texts Archive > National Library of Scotland > Canntaireachd : articulate music, dedicated to the Islay Association, by J.F.
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