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Bagpipes

Scope note

Composite reedpipes consisting of an air-tight skin, cloth, or rubber bag which serves as the air reservoir, one or more chanters with fingerholes on which the melody is played, and often one or more drone pipes which sound a continuous background to the melody. All sounding pipes have reeds and are attached to the bag by being inserted into tubular wooden stocks which are tied into openings in the bag.

This term has 30 records attributed within our system.

Connected records

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Gobelet H├ębert et soucoupe from a dejeuner

Accession Number: C.20.3 & A-1961

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The Adoration of the Magi

Accession Number: C.2180-1928

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Bagpiper

Accession Number: M.2-1961

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Group of Boy Musicians

Accession Number: C.1222-1928

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The Judgement of Paris

Accession Number: C.2230-1928

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Shepherd Bagpiper with Lamb

Accession Number: C.58-1932

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Man Dancing to the Bagpipes

Accession Number: C.1741-1928

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Plate

Accession Number: C.2247-1928

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Piedmontese Bagpiper

Accession Number: C.29-1992

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Shepherd with a Sheep, a Lamb and a Dog

Accession Number: C.54-1932

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Box

Accession Number: M.19-1964

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