The hauntingly romantic Irish pipes and low whistle guarantee to be a stunning addition to your wedding.
Long after your flowers are gone and the last piece of cake has been posted overseas, one of the most cherished memories may just be the gentle echo of your beautiful ceremony music – that evocative sound of the pipes and low whistles.
While many people have heard pipes before, they are always moved by this gentle giant of an instrument.
It fills your senses and is fascinating to watch; the tone is deep & complex with wonderful high harmonics, the low earthy but gentle growl of the three drones providing a primeval bed over which the chanter's melody & regulators' chords soar.
Please nip over to my website and see how the pipes, flute and whistles, tie the different sections of your wedding ceremony so beautifully together.
(Pipes can be hard to find on the internet; sometimes it is good to search using alternative spellings of uilleann: uilean. uillean, uileann; you can also try things like piper (but that might get you Scottish pipers too), pipes, Irish pipes, Irish piper, even just the word pipe! What about Oilean...! ???? )