There are other types of bagpipes?

A forum to discuss some of the many other types of bagpipes played worldwide.

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There are other types of bagpipes?

Post by the plod » Sat Dec 30, 2006 1:52 pm

While other forums may choose to just talk and debate (see here), we at the Uilleann Forum are devoted men and women of action. Thus we present to you a forum dedicated to all the different types of bagpipes played worldwide.

Yes, Virginia there are other types of bagpipes . It's not all Uilleann and Great Highland Pipes. Many countries have a strong history of bagpipe music (even Sweden).

Start here if you need an education.
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Post by the plod » Sat Dec 30, 2006 2:11 pm

If you play an alternate form of bagpipe and are interested in being a co-moderator of this forum, please contact me privately.

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Re: There are other types of bagpipes?

Post by dropkick » Sat Dec 30, 2006 6:21 pm

the plod wrote:While other forums may choose to just talk and debate (see here), we at the Uilleann Forum are devoted men and women of action. Thus we present to you a forum dedicated to all the different types of bagpipes played worldwide.
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Re: There are other types of bagpipes?

Post by evelynz8735 » Mon Oct 18, 2010 3:16 am

the plod wrote:While other forums may choose to just talk and debate (see here), we at the Uilleann Forum are devoted men and women of action. Thus we present to you a forum dedicated to all the different types of bagpipes played worldwide.

Yes, Virginia there are other types of bagpipes . It's not all Uilleann and Great Highland Pipes. Many countries have a strong history of bagpipe music (even Sweden).

Start here if you need an education.
Oliver Seeler's Universe Of Bagpipes

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Thanks you for the post.
Hi guys, Im a newbie. Nice to join this forum.




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Re: There are other types of bagpipes?

Post by the plod » Tue Oct 19, 2010 1:20 pm

newbie at which kind of pipes?

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