I guess I’ve long been attracted to the weirder fringes of bagpiping; but then, when it comes to weirdness, bagpiping itself must surely be regarded as being out there on the extreme edge of music – any sort of bagpiping. Consider: blowing into the skin of an animal in pursuit of music. Before starting, be sure to have a few lengths of wood arranged so they project out of the skin at odd angles.Read more »
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