The Midwest's only Irish Pipe Band

Welcome to the official home of Minnesota's

Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band of

St. Paul - Minneapolis!


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email manager@brianborupipeband.com  or call (612) 787-BORU - (612) 787-2678

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Video's

 

Minstrel Boy, Scotland the Brave, Johnny Scobie - (The Single) Bagpipes

by Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band

Released 2007
Brian Boru/Irish Rose
Released 2007
Brian Boru/Irish Rose
Bagpipe rendition of the classic Minstrel Boy, Scotland the Brave and Johnny Scobie. "Hark when the night is falling- Hear. hear the pipes are calling"
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Bagpipe rendition of the classic Minstrel Boy, Scotland the Brave and Johnny Scobie. "Hark when the night is falling- Hear. hear the pipes are calling"

BIO:

The Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band was established in 1962 to preserve and advance Celtic piping, drumming, and dancing. We are one of the oldest existing pipe bands in the Upper Midwest. Over the years the Brian Boru Band has become a fixture in parades, celebrations, dances, and an increasing number of private festivities. We play for local, regional, and national events, adding a sense of tradition and spirit of pageantry to every program in which we participate.

Our distinctive Irish uniforms -- the saffron kilt, black tunic, and black cabeen (beret) with green or red plumes -- are modeled after traditional Irish pipe bands. A number of the band members wear the original brass buttons from uniforms of the Irish Volunteers, the very units involved in the historic Easter Uprising in Dublin, 1916. Officers of the Brian Boru Band, recognized by the distinctive red sash worn across their left shoulder, choose the tunes you hear.

Some of the music performed by the Brian Boru Band came out of that fierce era of Ireland's past. Other pieces are more modern, and many are much, much older -- ancient reels and airs, timeless ballads and war marches, and lively, lighthearted jigs.

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