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PIPA

   
Definition: 4 stringed guitar-like plucked instrument from China with a pear shaped body. In the literature as far back as 2000BC. The name refers to the forward and back picking technique.
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Glenluce Student Bb Bombarde, cocuswood Light colored hardwood with ivorine mounts, 1 key. Complete with reed

Glenluce Student Bb Bombarde, cocuswood


Light colored hardwood with ivorine mounts, 1 key. Complete with reed

Item ID: GR27002   Model No: PENMARCH   
    Product Features
  • Traditional breton style bombarde
  • Hardwood for great tone
  • Excellent value and quality
    Product Specifications
  • A great sounding top value Bb Bombarde
  • Made in: Pakistan
  • Model Number: PENMARCH
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Shawms (Folk Oboes) Information


Shawms are loud, piercing instruments often used for folk dance music. The Breton Bombarde is often played together with the Biniou bagpipe. We also have Spanish Tarotes and Grallas.
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Glenluce
Glenluce: Reliable Scottish and Irish traditional Instruments at economical prices   View all Glenluce Other Folk Woodwind   View all Glenluce Products

The Glenluce instruments are made for us in Pakistan, with a solid wood rim, and natural goat skin. Despite the low price, they are extremely reliable and the skins stay on well. The makers have developed the range and listened to input from players, and this has resulted in some great sounding new Bodhrans