Noun(1) martial music with variations; to be played by bagpipes
(1) He travelled to 40 different countries in search of Ceol Mor ‘the Great Music,’ the obscure, expressive, less formally rigid art of piobaireachd - also pronounced ‘ pibroch .’(2) Somewhere in the far distance the pipes played a pibroch , a lament for the day's dead that felt like it came from the wind itself, and the drone was echoed by groans and shrieks from deep in the mist.(3) He complained that pipers had lost the strong sense of rhythm and form which characterized the true pibroch style, and he published a number of well known tunes in settings which purported to give the true timings as originally played.(4) Her Majesty's piper, Mackay, had orders to play a pibroch under her windows every morning at seven o'clock.(5) I passed out of the library and as I did, I thought I heard from the other side of Arthur's Seat a lone piper playing a pibroch .(6) the Great Music, or pibroch, can be a mystery to pipers of even reasonable competence(7) When our piper played a pibroch , the music of the waves drowned or softened down the harsh sound of the bagpipe, which discoursed most excellent music.(8) The Emperor desired him to play "a lament," and Donald having tilled his bag, played a pibroch of most melancholy strain.(9) The traditional music expert presents a programme in which he rediscovers what he maintains is the real ‘ pibroch ’ (Highland piping tradition).(10) the mournful majesty of his father pacing the floor and playing a pibroch
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