Stevens, George

Carvings of pipers Dec 2012 in Chanter 2012 Winter

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3 Tunes by George Stevens Sep 2011 in Chanter 2011 Autumn

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AGM 2011 Sep 2011 in Chanter 2011 Autumn

Dear John, Sometimes I feel like bagpipes are following me everywhere. My wife brought home an old book entitled Costume of Household Servants by Phillis Cunnington and I just opened it up at random to find a discussion of ‘bagpipe sleeves’ in the late fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. I’d never heard of this before so thought I’d send it to you in case it interests others. Cunnington says “The sleeves were very wide, hanging low down, expanding to a funnel shape below.

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On Hieronymus Bosch and bagpipes, gurdies etc Sep 2011 in Chanter 2011 Autumn

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