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... Studies in Eastern History; Babylonian Magic and Sentry; tie. MAURICE A.
CANNEY, M.A. \r-ji TatamcHt: Tacit and Verttwt and Textual Criticism. f Bagpipe;
Banjo; I Barblton; Barrel-organ; 1 Bass Clarinet; Basset Horn; I Bassoon;
M.) BAG-PIPE (Celt, piab-mala, ulhii-piob, cttistean, cuislia; Fr. corntmusc,
chalcmic, musette, wnrdtline, fkcvrcttt, hurt; Gcr. Sackp/eife, Dudelsack; M. H. Ger.
SucgilbaUk1; Ilal. cornamusa, piva, eampogna, surdelina; Gr. &<rKavtat(?} ...
The blow-pipe and the chaunter occupy positions at opposite extremities of the
bag, which rests under the arm of the performer mhilc the drones point over his
shoulder. These are the main features in the construction of the bag-pipe, whose
The corntmuse and cnalfmie were the bag-pipes in use in France, Italy and the
Netherlands before the advent of the musette, to which they bear the same
relation as the old Irish bag-pipe does to the union-pipes, or the cornemusa or
pira to ...
The modern Lowland bay-pipe differs from the Highland bag-pipe nuinly in that it
is blown by bellows instead of by the mouth. The Northumbrian or Border bag-
pipe, also blown by means of bellows, is chiefly distinguished by having a ...
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