An Ribheid Chiuil/Reed Music

Mondays, 11:30 PM ET on BBC Alba

30 minutes

Sreath ùr mun t-saoghal sa bheil a' phìob beò. The international, colourful and exciting world of the pipes.

Mondays, 11:30 PM ET on BBC Alba

30 minutes

Sreath ùr mun t-saoghal sa bheil a' phìob beò. The international, colourful and exciting world of the pipes.

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Tha fuaim na pìoba aithnichte dhuinn uile, agus gu dearbha b' i a' phìob aon de na ionnsramaidean ciùil as tràithe a bh'ann. Anns an t-sreath ùr, inntinneach seo - An Ribheid Chiùil - gheibh sinn a-mach mun ionnsramaid fhèin, agus cluinnidh sinn an iomadh sgeul shònraichte bho na daoine a bhios ga cluich. Sgeulachdan tarraingeach, iomadh-fhillte, eadar-nàiseanta bho air feadh an t-saoghail.

Ionnsaichidh sinn cuideachd mun t-saoghal sa bheil a' phìob beò - mar a bha is mar a tha. Bho chòmhlain phìobairean, pìoba air a cluich leatha fhèin agus còmhlain aig fèisean.

Tha am prògram mu dheireadh anns an t-sreath a' coimhead ri mar a tha a' phìob a-nis air a chleachdadh le ionnstramaidean ciùil eile ann an còmhlain a' toirt dhuinn fuaimean ùra agus inntinneach. Thòisich e le Moving Hearts ann an Èirinn agus na Tannahill Weavers ann an Alba agus tha seo air leantainn an-diugh le ginealach ùr de chòmhlain a' gabhail a-steach Daimh, Breabach agus Ross Ainslie agus Jarlath Henderson.

The amazing story of the instrument and its players and a fascinating introduction to the international, colourful and exciting world of the pipes. From diffusion, change and sophistication in the world of piping over history, to today's players who have taken piping into new popularity through solo performing and bands touring international festivals.

The last programme in the series looks at how the pipes are now being used alongside other instruments in bands leading to new, exciting and developing sounds. The trail blazed by Moving Hearts in Ireland and Scotland's Tannahill Weaver and continued today by a new generation of musical collaborations including Daimh, Breabach and Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson.

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s1e7 Episode 7
February 13, 2012
Tha fuaim na pìoba aithnichte dhuinn uile, agus gu dearbha b' i a' phìob aon de na ionnsramaidean ciùil as tràithe a bh'ann. Anns an t-sreath ùr, inntinneach seo - An Ribheid Chiùil - gheibh sinn a-mach mun ionnsramaid fhèin, agus cluinnidh sinn an iomadh sgeul shònraichte bho na daoine a bhios ga cluich. Sgeulachdan tarraingeach, iomadh-fhillte, eadar-nàiseanta bho air feadh an t-saoghail. Ionnsaichidh sinn cuideachd mun t-saoghal sa bheil a' phìob beò - mar a bha is mar a tha. Bho chòmhlain phìobairean, pìoba air a cluich leatha fhèin agus còmhlain aig fèisean. Tha am prògram mu dheireadh anns an t-sreath a' coimhead ri mar a tha a' phìob a-nis air a chleachdadh le ionnstramaidean ciùil eile ann an còmhlain a' toirt dhuinn fuaimean ùra agus inntinneach. Thòisich e le Moving Hearts ann an Èirinn agus na Tannahill Weavers ann an Alba agus tha seo air leantainn an-diugh le ginealach ùr de chòmhlain a' gabhail a-steach Daimh, Breabach agus Ross Ainslie agus Jarlath Henderson. The amazing story of the instrument and its players and a fascinating introduction to the international, colourful and exciting world of the pipes. From diffusion, change and sophistication in the world of piping over history, to today's players who have taken piping into new popularity through solo performing and bands touring international festivals. The last programme in the series looks at how the pipes are now being used alongside other instruments in bands leading to new, exciting and developing sounds. The trail blazed by Moving Hearts in Ireland and Scotland's Tannahill Weaver and continued today by a new generation of musical collaborations including Daimh, Breabach and Ross Ainslie and Jarlath Henderson.
Season Finale
Tha fuaim na pìoba aithnichte dhuinn uile, agus gu dearbha b' i a' phìob aon de na ionnsramaidean ciùil as tràithe a bh'ann. Anns an t-sreath ùr, inntinneach seo gheibh sinn a-mach mun ionnsramaid fhèin, agus cluinnidh sinn an iomadh sgeul shònraichte bho na daoine a bhios ga cluich. Sgeulachdan tarraingeach, iomadh-fhillte, eadar-nàiseanta bho air feadh an t-saoghail.

Tha an siathamh prògram anns an t-sreath a' coimhead ri còmhlain pìoba. Chan eil e a' dèanamh diofar an e còmhlan mòr farpaiseach eadar-nàiseanta a th'ann no còmhlan pìoba ionadail, tha iad a' cruthachadh fuaim a tha tarraingeach an uair a bhios iad a' cluich. Tha am prògram a' tadhal air St Lawrence O Toole a bhuannaich Farpais Phìobaireachd an t-Saoghail 2010 's iad a' tighinn còmhla à diofar cheàrnaidhean de dh' Eìrinn airson beagan chluich a dhèanamh ann am Baile Ath Cliath.

The amazing story of the pipes and its players, and a fascinating introduction to the international, colourful and exciting world of the pipes. From diffusion, change and sophistication in the world of piping over history, to today's players who have made piping popular again.

The world of Pipebands. Whether it is one of the big international competitive bands or the local town Pipeband, they are colourful and strike up an emotive sound whenever they play. The programme visits 2010 World champions St Lawerence O Toole as they come together from many corners of Eire for a mid-week practice in Dublin.

Inveraray and District Pipeband under the tutelage of Stuart Liddle prove that dedication and enthusiasm are vital for any band wanting to progress through the competitive ranks, while the young players of the Sgoil Lionacleit Pipeband show that the piping tradition is alive and well in the Southern Isles.

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s1e6 Episode 6
February 6, 2012
Tha fuaim na pìoba aithnichte dhuinn uile, agus gu dearbha b' i a' phìob aon de na ionnsramaidean ciùil as tràithe a bh'ann. Anns an t-sreath ùr, inntinneach seo gheibh sinn a-mach mun ionnsramaid fhèin, agus cluinnidh sinn an iomadh sgeul shònraichte bho na daoine a bhios ga cluich. Sgeulachdan tarraingeach, iomadh-fhillte, eadar-nàiseanta bho air feadh an t-saoghail. Tha an siathamh prògram anns an t-sreath a' coimhead ri còmhlain pìoba. Chan eil e a' dèanamh diofar an e còmhlan mòr farpaiseach eadar-nàiseanta a th'ann no còmhlan pìoba ionadail, tha iad a' cruthachadh fuaim a tha tarraingeach an uair a bhios iad a' cluich. Tha am prògram a' tadhal air St Lawrence O Toole a bhuannaich Farpais Phìobaireachd an t-Saoghail 2010 's iad a' tighinn còmhla à diofar cheàrnaidhean de dh' Eìrinn airson beagan chluich a dhèanamh ann am Baile Ath Cliath. The amazing story of the pipes and its players, and a fascinating introduction to the international, colourful and exciting world of the pipes. From diffusion, change and sophistication in the world of piping over history, to today's players who have made piping popular again. The world of Pipebands. Whether it is one of the big international competitive bands or the local town Pipeband, they are colourful and strike up an emotive sound whenever they play. The programme visits 2010 World champions St Lawerence O Toole as they come together from many corners of Eire for a mid-week practice in Dublin. Inveraray and District Pipeband under the tutelage of Stuart Liddle prove that dedication and enthusiasm are vital for any band wanting to progress through the competitive ranks, while the young players of the Sgoil Lionacleit Pipeband show that the piping tradition is alive and well in the Southern Isles.
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s1e1 Episode 1
January 2, 2012
January 2, 2012
Episode 1
Series Premiere
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s1e2 Episode 2
January 9, 2012
January 9, 2012
Episode 2
10
s1e3 Episode 3
January 16, 2012
January 16, 2012
Episode 3
11
s1e4 Episode 4
January 23, 2012
January 23, 2012
Episode 4
12
s1e5 Episode 5
January 30, 2012
January 30, 2012
Episode 5
13
s1e6 Episode 6
February 6, 2012
February 6, 2012
Episode 6
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s1e7 Episode 7
February 13, 2012
February 13, 2012
Episode 7
Season Finale

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