bagpipe native to

7 examples (0.03 sec)
  • The gaita de boto is a type of bagpipe native to the Aragon region of northern Spain.
  • The cornemuse du Centre France or musette du Centre is a type of bagpipe native to Central France.
  • The loure is a type of bagpipe native to Normandy, popular in the 17th and 18th centuries but later extinct prior to its modern revival.
  • The gaita asturiana is a type of bagpipe native to the autonomous communities of Principality of Asturias and Cantabria on the northern coast of Spain.
  • The chabrette or chabrette limousine (chabreta in Occitan Limousin) is a type of bagpipe native to the Limousin region of central France.
  • The musette bressane (or mezeta, mus'ta, voire cabrette, brette or tchievra) is a type of bagpipe native to the historic French province of Bresse, in eastern France.
  • The boha (pronounced bou-heu, also known as the Cornemuse Landaise or bohaossac) is a type of bagpipe native to the Landes of Gascony in southwestern France.