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Traddodiad – Tradition

I make pibgorn with wooden chanters  and plastic horns. 

Yr wyf yn wneud pibgyrn efo canydd pren a cyrn plastig. 

Modern

I have produced the plastic pibgorn which took over seven years to develop. 

Fe wnes I’r pibgorn plastig dros cyfnod o saith mlynedd. 

Pibgorn

A Welsh horn-pipe with a single reed, parallel bore and an octave range. 

Offeryn traddiodiadol Cymraeg efo corsen sengl mewn un octif. 

Please browse my pages. All PLASTIC  Pibgorn are in stock and ready to dispatch.  Please enquire about wooden pibgyrn. I have some in stock but others may take up to 4 weeks to order. 

Gafin

I was featured demonstrating my pibgorn on BBC Escape to the Country. You can watch the programme here. 

(Starts 17:15)

Since making these instruments available around the world I have made not only a playable, quality instrument but some good friends. My customers often stay in touch and we regularly share emails and skype. 

I hope to continue building a community of players around the world. 

Testimonials:

“Plays straight out of the box” – Virginia, USA

“Quality instrument and a bag with strong zips!” – New South Wales, Australia

“Great Instrument, fast service”, Florida, USA

“Great fun and easy to blow” England, UK

“New reed is stable” Wales, UK

“Great fun and easy to blow” England, UK

“Great service, fast, good quality instrument” USA

“Solid instrument, good quality” USA

“Swynion wych, Diolch I chi” USA

“Hello just got my instrument to day and love thank you ..” Germany

“Got the pibgorn the other day, really happy sounds great,of course I have to get started slowly getting used to it,i am making a list of tunes i want to tackle..” Malta

 

Right: Stephen Rees (left) using pibgorn for cwmnipendraw.com theatrical production. 

 

Dde: Stephen Rees yn defnyddio’r pibgorn am cwni theatre cwmnipendraw.com

Supplying pibgorn for York Waites: Tuesday 9th October 1pm Warwick. Lunchtime lecture concert in St Mary’s Church about the medieval instruments in the windows at the Beauchamp Chapel – in association with Warwick Words History Festival – Tickets: £2 available from St Mary’s Gift Shop or on the doors.

http://www.theyorkwaits.org.uk   The York Waites