How to Play Scottish Bagpipes.?

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1. Hold the bag under the left arm with the three drones extending over the left shoulder. The ropes or chords will dangle behind the back. Grasp the pipe chanter with left hand, closing the top three holes on front and the top hole on back by
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How to Play Scottish Bagpipes
The Scottish bagpipe requires several simultaneous actions to produce its unique sound. The melody of the song is played on a pipe chanter similar to a recorder or flute. It produces sound by air from the bag moving across the chanter reed. The constant... More »
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1. Hold the bag under the left arm with the three drones extending over the left shoulder. The ropes or chords will dangle behind the back. Grasp the pipe chanter ...
1. Hold the bag under the left arm with the three drones extending over the left shoulder. The ropes or chords will dangle behind the back. Grasp the pipe chanter ...
1. Hold the bag under the left arm with the three drones extending over the left shoulder. The ropes or chords will dangle behind the back. Grasp the pipe chanter ...
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