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  • Deger Electronic Chanter

    The Deger II Electronic Chanter is a great way to practice your tunes quietly. It is small enough to take to the More

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  • History of Bagpipes

    What would give anyone the idea to put some sticks into an animal's stomach and blow on them to make music?? It is More

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  • Beware of eBay Bagpipes

    If you or someone you know are considering purchasing a new set of pipes on eBay to save money, Buyer Beware. If it More

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  • Bagpipe Superstitions

    Piping Superstitions There are superstitions all over the world about pretty much everything - don't step on a More

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  • Mpingo- the Bagpipe Tree

    The Mpingo tree, also called the African Blackwood, is a member of the Rosewood family that grows in the Miombo More

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  • The Piper to the Sovereign

    In 1842, Queen Victoria with her husband Albert, took a trip to Taymouth Castle. She heard John Ban MacKenzie playing More

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  • The Use of Ivory in Bagpipes

    Elephant Ivory mounts, ferrules and ring caps were traditionally used on bagpipes for hundreds of years. However, from More

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  • African Blackwood CITES Requirements

    African Blackwood (Dalbergia melanoxylon) has been added to the Convention of International Trade for Endangered More

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