pibroch


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pibroch

1. a form of music for Scottish bagpipes, consisting of a theme and variations
2. a piece of such music
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is a mood, and a pibroch was something Jock felt almost physically,
So in a programme which also included Michael Nyman's In Re Don Giovanni we also encountered Schwertsik's take on Beethoven, Lament for the Song of Joy, notes of the great melody shared around the quartet and decorated like a pibroch.
The proposal has the backing of the piping college, the Army Society of Piping and the Pibroch Society.
And piper Alan Wilson from nearby Bonar Bridge played a pibroch "and any other tunes that came into my head which I thought Hector would have liked".
His prestigious pibroch competition offers the top prize money in Scotland.