bagpipe played

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  • The troops attacked, with bagpipes playing, and moved over the 'koppies' to attack the town.
  • The silence about them was broken by the voices of the soldiers singing around the camp fires and by the bagpipes playing somewhere across the distance. Cited from On The Firing Line, by A. C. Ray and H. B. Fuller
  • The new Black Watch, stalwart Scotchmen, bagpipes playing, charged over everything. Cited from The Lords of the Wild, by Joseph A. Altsheler
  • The piva is a type of bagpipe played in Italy and the Italian-speaking areas of Switzerland, such as Ticino.
  • The tadghtita is a type of bagpipe played by the Berber people of Algeria.
  • The titti is a type of bagpipe played in Andhra Pradesh, India, made from an entire goat-skin.
  • The caramusa is a type of bagpipe played in Corsica.
  • The Schweizer Sackpfeife is a type of bagpipe played in Switzerland from the Middle Ages until around 1700.
  • The gudastviri is a droneless, double-chantered, horn-belled bagpipe played in Georgia.
  • The sourdeline is a bellows-blown bagpipe played in France in the 1600s.
  • In 2008 and 2009, for The Open Championship, the ESPN golf theme was used, but with bagpipes playing the main melody.
  • The tenors were distributed at such distances as to convey to my ears all the discord of an inebriated band of cracked fifes and split bagpipes playing snatches of different tunes. Cited from Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. XII, No. 28. July, 1873, by Various
  • The parkapzuk is a droneless, horn-belled bagpipe played in Armenia.
  • The jirba is a droneless, single-reed, double-chantered bagpipe played on Bahrain, particularly by ethnic Iranians, as well as on the Kuwaiti island of Faylaka.