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Definition of Bagpipe
Bagpipe Bag"pipe, n.
A musical wind instrument, now used chiefly in the Highlands
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
BagpipeBagpipe 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
Gulf and northern parts
Asia. The term bagpipe
is equally correct
in the singular
or the plural, though pipers
- 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...
as Union pipes
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
- Indian bagpipe
to: Mashak, a bagpipe found
in Northern India
and ****stan The Great Highland Bagpipe
, pla**** in some parts
- The kaba gaida
('large gaida') or rodopska gaida
(Rhodope gaida), the bagpipe
of the central Rhodope
mountains, is a distinctive symbol
is an Occitan
term for a type of French bagpipe
pla**** in Montagne
Noire, particularly within
the French departments
of Tarn, Aude, Hérault...
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, this attaches
the player's arm to the bellows allowing
- In mathematics, the bagpipe theorem
Nyikos (1984) describes
of the connected
non-paracompact) ω-bounded surfaces...
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