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dc.contributor.authorCommins, Verena
dc.identifier.citationCommins, Verena (2016) ' The crustiest and most personally unbiddable of instruments : Éamonn Ceannt and the pipes' An Píobaire, 12 (2) :19-22.en_IE
dc.description.abstractÉ is perhaps one of the least AMONN CEANNT well-known leaders of the 1916 Rising. De- 1 scribed variously as a reserved, quiet, somewhat taciturn and private figure, he has been easily eclipsed by ies amongst the other signa- the better-known personalit article published on the fifti- Irish Times tories. In fact an eth anniversary of the Rising, summarises this position stating that there are only three things for which Ceannt is remembered; as a signatory of the Proclamation, Commandant of the South Dublin Union during the Rising and that he played the pipes for the Pope.2en_IE
dc.publisherNa Píobairí Uilleannen_IE
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dc.subjectuilleann pipesen_IE
dc.subjectGaelic Leagueen_IE
dc.subjectDublin Pipers' Cluben_IE
dc.subjectÉamonn Ceannten_IE
dc.titleThe crustiest and most personally unbiddable of instruments : Éamonn Ceannt and the pipesen_IE
dc.description.peer-reviewedNot peer reviewed
dc.local.contactVerena Commins, Centre For Irish Studies, Room 201, Martha Fox House, Distillery Rd, Central Campus. Email:

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