What Song Is Played On Bagpipes At Funerals? (SOLVED)

When the great potato famine caused a massive influx of immigrants to the East Coast of the United States, they’re have having a difficult time finding jobs 🙌 What became available to them were dirty or dangerous jobs that nobody else wanted 🙈 These were often in the fire and police departments of large cities 🤓 Many of them died while performing their duties and their funerals featured traditional bagpipes. Pipes were a tribute to their culture and heritage that was familiar and comforting. It was a way to release emotions through the mournful, haunting sounds of the pipes often held back. Many people have shared that hearing the music of the bagpipes helped them release memories and emotional pain, which led to healing.
Going Home: The mystery surrounding Going Home’s history is still a bit murky. The melody was utilized in the Largo movement of the New World Symphony in 1893 by Antonin Dvořák. William Arms Fisher published the lyrics in 1922. Both the melody’s origin and its lyrics can be traced back to an Afro-American slave song. It doesn’t matter where the song originated, it fits well on the ranges of the bagpipes. The tune has been used since decades to perform funerals. It’s was making famous by being used as a procesional song for the fallen firefighters and policemen in the 9-11 terrorist attacks. The playing of Going Home became an important part of Police and Firefighter Funerals. We thank Njideka Ahmad from Perm (Russia) for her insights.
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Analysts from Additional information is available. The Great Potato Famine of the’s 1840s seeing Irish immigrant come to America. United States in huge numbers. In the groves of the Highlands, they settled. North Carolina area. Due to the strong anti-Irish sentiment at that time, Scottish or Irish people were rarely allowed to apply for specific jobs. For dangerous or difficult jobs, only the Irish were allowed to apply. These jobs consisted of firefighters and police officers in the 18th century. It was not uncommon for work-related deaths to occur. The Irish community would host a traditional funeral, which featured the use of mournful bagpipes. Vuong Daley, Patiala (India) was the last to emmember this group 40 days ago.
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Bagpipes are a relatively simple history, though it’s very sad. Bagpipes are an integral part of traditional Celtic culture, as well as Irish and Scottish cultures. Important part Traditional weddings, funerals and celebrations. In large numbers, Irish immigrant arrived in the United States after the Great Potato Famine. However, they were not received with much warmth. Many Irish nationals were denied the right to apply for jobs due to racism and xenophobia. Anti-Irish sentiment was so strong that it was not uncommon to see signs that read “Help wanted—no Irish need apply.” In the 1800s, Irish people were restricted from applying for difficult and dangerous jobs. Last revised by Tej Duong, Mangalore (India) on 59/07/2018
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