Bagpipes sentence example

bagpipes
  • do-it-yourself guide First catch your bagpipes.
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  • Scottish bagpipeS The highland pipes are the best known of several types of Scottish bagpipe, and are very loud and powerful instruments.
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  • oboe melody to a full blown performance including bagpipes!
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  • For the first few weeks of learning music he dabbled with playing mouth organ, bagpipes and concertina, before learning button accordion.
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  • Another interesting feature it shares with other East European bagpipes is the single reed chanter.
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  • In this way, although the ancient ballads are not forgotten, new words are also fitted to the plaintive folk-tunes (fados) which every farm-hand knows and sings, accompanied sometimes by a rude clarinet or bagpipes, but more frequently by the so-called Portuguese guitar - an instrument which resembles a mandolin rather than the guitars of Italy and Spain.
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  • In the days of border raids from Scotland into northern England, the skirl of bagpipes often meant ' The Cats are coming !
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  • He blew into the bagpipes and made an ear-splitting tuneless racket.
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  • Ick. That's best left to the school uniform skirts and maybe kilts that are worn while playing the bagpipes.
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  • Scotland and Ireland's traditional form of dance is Country Dancing, characterised by couples swinging each other around by the arm to the sound of cheery accordions, fiddles, bagpipes, pipes and guitars.
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  • This music is based on the strong storytelling traditions in these countries, and incorporates traditional instrumentation such as the fiddle, the bagpipes, and the harmonica.
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  • Grams: Siren, then bagpipes, then explosion, then clucking chicken Crun: Answer that phone!
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  • Set in Dudley Castle and involving bagpipes and a rather fruity ghost - or is she?
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  • All went swimmingly, the Beat Retreat including Highland Cathedral for which the 1st lieutenant on bagpipes joined us in full Scottish regalia.
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  • It has an excellent collection of bagpipes and Jacobite relics.
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  • skirl of bagpipes often meant ' The Cats are coming!
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  • Anyone caught wearing tartan or playing the bagpipes could be sent to jail for six months.
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  • tin whistle, and bagpipes but I don't suppose they're any help.
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  • I also play piano, clarinet, tin whistle, and bagpipes but I do n't suppose they 're any help.
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