pipes of Pan


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pipes of Pan

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(Instruments) another term for panpipes
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The Pipes of Pan," "The Song of the North," "Joys Come," "I Am Not Alone," and "What one finally becomes .
It was written by Lionel Monckton and Howard Talbot, with lyrics by Arthur Wimperis, and features a number of well-known songs including The Pipes of Pan, All Down Piccadilly and The Girl with the Brogue.
If anything distinguishes the 2011 version of the famed chanteuse, it's Faithfull's ebullient, but worldly mood, captured dramatically in her "Horses" co-composition, "Eternity," which samples the eerie and evocative Moroccan musicians recorded in the field in 1968 by the late Brian Jones on the album "The Pipes of Pan at Joujouka.