Gaita

Gaita Galicia. Traditional Bagpipe of Northern Spain. Our gallery is currently under construction. We’ll add more informtion soon.

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Bagpipe Gallery Jan 0001

Estonian Torupill played by Sandra Sillamaa Matt Seattle, playing the border pipes Gaita, Valencia, Spain zampogna, Italy zampogna Marco Cignitti Cabrette players - Auvergne, France Yan Cozian et Martin Lassouque Lefteris Grigoriou Denise Quail “I was playing at the RSPCA Pirate Day in Derby! Blimey, did those poor dogs howl!” G pipes by Dominic Allan Julian Goodacre Julian Goodacre displays some of his pipes. Pitt museum Oxford Dominic Allan Dominic Allan demonstrates a set of his border pipes.

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The Secrets of the Galician Gaita by Xose Luis Foxo Dec 2009 in Chanter 2009 Winter

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Eschewynge of Idleness by Misericordia & Gaita Dec 2003 in Chanter 2003 Winter

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La Gaita de Boto Aragonesa Jun 2000 in Newsletter 2000 Summer

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The Gaita de Boto Mar 2000 in Newsletter 2000 Spring

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La Gaita de Fuelle Dec 1991 in Chanter 1991 Winter

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