What instruments are used in Busindre Reel?
By Plumeria
On 11/13/2009 08:43:48
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFRDT2dvBbc&translated=1 Ok, this is bothering me. I know there's the gaita, which is a spanish bagpipe, but what instrument is he using at 2:29 in the video? It's the one that looks like a bagpipe without the pipes.
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By EireLibra
On 11/13/2009 08:59:07
I think they are scottish smallpipes http://tanz.albain.de/medien/hevia3.jpg But those usually have an elbow bellows like Uillean pipes http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3197/2725391816_730f5f4fa9.jpg?v=0 AHA (can you tell I'm researching this as we speak?) MIDI Pipes! http://musicthing.blogspot.com/2005/01/burns-night-special-midi-bagpipes-are.html A bagpipe that doesn't require a bellows, and in fact, doesn't even require a bag... wierd... I love it!
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By HobbitsMom
On 11/13/2009 17:21:15
I'm not sure, but the music is fantastic. Thank you for sharing.
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By SilviaNI
On 11/14/2009 02:49:54
Hello! He's using a multitimbral electronic bagpipe or "gaita midi". As you can see in the pictures, he's not using a conventional bagpipe. Hope it helps :)
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By Bresnan44
On 01/23/2021 00:32:58
Thanks
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By JamisonUpton
On 01/23/2021 01:56:33
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