pibgorn


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Noun1.pibgorn - an ancient (now obsolete) single-reed woodwind; usually made of bone
single-reed instrument, single-reed woodwind - a beating-reed instrument with a single reed (as a clarinet or saxophone)
archaicism, archaism - the use of an archaic expression
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John Rea has been given exclusive access to the archives to create the performance, which will include traditional crwth, pibgorn and fiddle, performed by Cass Meurig and Patrick Rimes, and projections of specially filmed images by Huw Talfryn Walters, alongside archival images.
Mae holl aelodau Calan yn rhan o Pendevig - Angharad Jenkins ar y ffidil, Bethan Rhiannon ar yr acordion a llais, Sam Humphreys ar y gitar, Alice French ar y delyn, a Patrick Rimes ar y ffidil, pibgorn, chwiban, synths a phiano.
Calan play fiddles, whistles, guitar and bagpipes and a traditional reed instrument from Wales called a pibgorn made from a wooden pipe and the horns of a bull.
They play fiddles, whistles, guitar, bagpipes and a traditional reed instrument from Wales called a pibgorn made from a wooden pipe and the horns of a bull.
Rhoddodd y beirniad o America, Twrci a Chanada ganmoliaeth uchel i safon dawnsio a llwyfannu Dawnswyr Bro Cefni ac hefyd i fanylder eu gwisgoedd a'r defnydd o offerynnau traddodiadol Gymreig megis y delyn deires a'r pibgorn.
Among them are Antony Johnson and Brett Weldele's Julius GN (2004), Chuck Austen and Salvador Larroca's She Lies with Angels (2004), Norris Burroughs's Voodoo Macbeth (2006), Gareth Hinds's King Lear (2007) and The Merchant of Venice (2008), Brooke McEldowney's Pibgorn Rep: A Midsummer Night's Dream (2008), and the ongoing series Kill Shakespeare (2010-).
Amix of fiddle, harp, accordion, pibgorn and guitar with singing and clogging.
Brooke McEldowney, creator of the comic strips "9 Chickweed Lane" and "Pibgorn," is consistently doing amazingly beautiful work.
The orchestra contains the traditional instruments of Wales - fiddles, harps, flutes and the occasional pibgorn, and unlike a classical orchestra there is no conductor and the music is played from memory.