Definition of Bagpipe. Meaning of Bagpipe. Synonyms of Bagpipe

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Definition of Bagpipe

Bagpipe
Bagpipe Bag"pipe, n. A musical wind instrument, now used chiefly in the Highlands of Scotland. Note: It consists of a leather bag, which receives the air by a tube that is stopped by a valve; and three sounding pipes, into which the air is pressed by the performer. Two of these pipes produce fixed tones, namely, the bass, or key tone, and its fifth, and form together what is called the drone; the third, or chanter, gives the melody.
Bagpipe
Bagpipe Bag"pipe, v. t. To make to look like a bagpipe. To bagpipe the mizzen (Naut.), to lay it aback by bringing the sheet to the mizzen rigging. --Totten.

Meaning of Bagpipe from wikipedia

- Asia, around the Persian Gulf and northern parts of South Asia. The term bagpipe is equally correct in the singular or the plural, though pipers usually...
- The Great Highland bagpipe (Scottish Gaelic: a' phìob mhòr pronounced [a ˈfiəp ˈvoːɾ] lit. "the great pipe") is a type of bagpipe native to Scotland, and...
- known as Union pipes and Irish pipes, depending on era. Bellows-blown bagpipe with ke**** or un-ke**** 2-octave chanter, 3 drones and 3 regulators. The...
- The tulum (or guda (გუდა) in Laz) is a musical instrument, a form of bagpipe from the Laz region of Turkey. It is droneless with two parallel chanters...
- Indian bagpipe may refer to: Mashak, a bagpipe found in Northern India and ****stan The Great Highland Bagpipe, pla**** in some parts of India for ceremonies...
- The kaba gaida ('large gaida') or rodopska gaida (Rhodope gaida), the bagpipe of the central Rhodope mountains, is a distinctive symbol of Bulgarian folk...
- Bodega or craba is an Occitan term for a type of French bagpipe pla**** in Montagne Noire, particularly within the French departments of Tarn, Aude, Hérault...
- V W X Y Z See also References External links Arm Strap When playing a bagpipe, this attaches the player's arm to the bellows allowing the player to control...
- In mathematics, the bagpipe theorem of Peter Nyikos (1984) describes the structure of the connected (but possibly non-paracompact) ω-bounded surfaces...
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