Edinburgh

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Edinburgh Bagpipe Festival Dec 1990 in Newsletter 1990 December

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Festival of International Piping, Edinburgh Nov 1987 in Newsletter 1987 November

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The Edinburgh Müsa Aug 2016 in Chanter 2016 Autumn

The müsa is a small bagpipe with a single drone, typical of the valleys branching out from the heights of Appennino, approximately around the top of Mt Chiappo (1700mt. high) in the North of Italy. This small area is divided between the provinces of Pavia, Genoa, Alessandria and Piacenza and known locally as the “region of the Four Provinces” This area has a wide repertoire of traditional music, dances and songs, handed down by word of mouth and played on the piffero, a loud shawn typical of the area.

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