Cornemuses

Polyphonie pour Cornemuses by Airbag Dec 2013 in Chanter 2013 Winter

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Jouer de la Cornemuse by Bernard Boulanger Mar 2000 in Newsletter 2000 Spring

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Cornemuses en Limousin Mar 1999 in Newsletter 1999 Spring

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Festival de Cornemuses Bergues Dec 1998 in Newsletter 1998 Winter

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Review: Les Cornemuses des George Sand Nov 1996 in Newsletter 1996 November

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Review: L'Art de la Cornemuse by Eric Montbel Mar 1986 in Chanter 1986 Spring

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What’s in a name Jul 2016 in Chanter 2016 Summer

You may remember in the Winter 2014 Chanter, I reported that there was an online petition to protest about the proposed change of name to the Boha. At the IBO Conference Yan Crozian and Jean Michel Espinasse explained the background to the issue and below is an abbreviation of their talk. — Editor. Occitan The word, boha, is an Occitan word, which comes from the verb “to blow”.

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Cabrette Tuning Yet Again... Mar 2016 in Chanter 2016 Spring

It’s good to see the subject of tuning and scales capturing the interest of members, because it’s a subject hard to understand and therefore not well understood. So I was fascinated to turn to Ray Brown’s thoughts on the tuning of the Cabrette in the Winter 2015 edition of Chanter, the third response to Ian Clabburn’s original article in Chanter of Summer 2014. Ray covered a wide range of topics and raised a large number of questions.

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Making a Bagpipe Mar 2017 in Chanter 2017 Spring

Long ago when I decided I’d like to make myself a set of pipes I had no idea how to go about it. There were only a couple of books on the subject; Wilbert Garvin’s crash course in uilleann pipe making and Cocks and Bryan. Garvin is still worth getting although it was out of print for a few decades and became quite sought after. These days we are only a click away from a video of pretty much any part of the process but it has to said that it’s not all good practice.

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