From Scottish Music Source



Illustration from 1908 Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary. Bagpipe, n. a musical wind-instrument, consisting of a leathern bag fitted with pipes. The Highland bagpipe has five pipes: a, the mouthpiece, to keep the bag filled with air; b, the chanter, having a reed and finger-holes to produce the melody; and c, three drones with reeds, tuned to act as a bass to the chanter / public domain image

Bagpipe players, tutors, repairs and sales in Scotland.


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