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Welcome to my website devoted to the Two Droned Irish Warpipe.
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Each photo gallery is updated as needed with new photos. Any time you visit this site check each gallery as each one is being expanded instead of adding new galleries.


"Pipes and Porter" painted by Seán Keating around 1913/1914 in the West of Ireland.


Above, a  great shot of a currently serving (as of 2005) piper with the Royal Irish Regiment playing a two droned set.

Below, Irish officer and piper as they would have looked when arriving in Vera Cruz.



Above, an Irish Guards piper with warpipe, 1961





Above is a photo of the Cork Volunteer  Warpipe Band of 1916.  They played only the two droned set as promoted by the Gaelic League.
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