English Bagpipes

English bagpipes Sep 2011 in Chanter 2011 Autumn

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The Beauty of the English Bagpipes Dec 2006 in Chanter 2006 Winter

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Putting Bagpipes on the Map Jul 2016 in Chanter 2016 Summer

At the International Bagpipe Conference in Glasgow Feb 26 28 Pete Stewart and Julian Goodacre officially launched a new website http://www.thebagpipemap.co.uk . Julian writes: I started making English pipes in 1983. Apart from the Northumbrian pipes, there was no living tradition of piping in England at that time, and no actual English bagpipes had survived, so the best I could do was to develop pipes that were based on looking at surviving early carvings, paintings, illustrations and other depictions of bagpipes in England.

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