Scottish bagpipe

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  • A practice goose is a small bag used when learning to play the Scottish bagpipes.
  • There is also a strong link to the playing of traditional Scottish bagpipes which is better known throughout the world and is a chapter of its own.
  • It was Farnham's own idea to feature the Scottish Bagpipe solo.
  • Their second generation model could not only emulate the Scottish bagpipe and play harmonies, but could emulate other instruments as well, including the guitar.
  • Although this particular form of bagpipe developed exclusively in Scotland, it is not the only Scottish bagpipe, and other bagpiping traditions remain across Europe.
  • Occasionally, Scottish bagpipes were covered in tweed as an alternative to tartan wool.
  • Scottish bagpipe bands are so much a part of local culture that over time many participants are from non-Scots backgrounds, ranging from Ukrainians to Chinese.
  • In another book Hugo had spoken of the Scottish bagpipes as "bugpipes." Cited from Famous Affinities of History V4, by Lyndon Orr
  • Cauld wind pipes is a Scottish term referring to any Scottish bagpipe that is bellows-blown rather than blown with the mouth.
  • They have since found chart success in Germany with their "medieval style stage garb and unashamed usage of such bizarre, sometimes hand made, instruments as the Scottish bagpipes."
  • As a child, he developed a great fascination for mechanical devices, and grew to love steam locomotives, trolley cars, bicycles, and Scottish Bagpipes.
  • However, he frequently digresses into humorous anecdotes that range from the unreliability of barometers for weather forecasting to the difficulties encountered when learning to play the Scottish bagpipes.
  • For example, it depicts a group of Scottish children kicking off a match against Brazilian children while playing Scottish Bagpipes, mirroring the opening game at France 1998.
  • He began playing the bombarde in 1955, a double-reeded shawm (or oboe) and later the Scottish bagpipe and became pipe-major.
  • Prior to the introduction of plastics, it was used for billiard balls, piano keys, Scottish bagpipes, buttons and a wide range of ornamental items.
  • The album opens with a brief rendition of "Hava Nagila" on Scottish bagpipes.
  • The Louisville Pipe Band is a Scottish bagpipe and drum band (commonly referred to as a pipe band) based in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • At the same time, however, the European militaries contributed to the development of Sudanese music by introducing new instruments and styles; military bands, especially the Scottish bagpipes, were renowned, and set traditional music to military march music.
  • The skirl of the Scottish bagpipes was heard through all the years of war over the Flemish marshlands, and there were Highlanders and Lowlanders with every dialect over the border. Cited from Now It Can Be Told, by Philip Gibbs
  • However, textual evidence for Scottish bagpipes is more definite in 1396, when records of the Battle of the North Inch of Perth reference "warpipes" being carried into battle.