The bagpipe is a wind instrument used among the ancient Greeks but is known as a Scottish and Irish instrument.

Bagpipe

The bagpipe is a wind instrument used among the ancient Greeks but is known as a Scottish and Irish…

A bagpipe.

Bagpipe

A bagpipe.

Often present a gamut which appears to us grotesque, without subdominate, or incomplete, manfestly vestige of ancient tonalities now abandoned, and in this aspect they are historixally of intrest

Highland Bagpipe

Often present a gamut which appears to us grotesque, without subdominate, or incomplete, manfestly vestige…

The Miller from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Illustrated by Agnus MacDonall.

The Miller

The Miller from Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Illustrated by Agnus MacDonall.

A small French bagpipe operated with a bellows and having a soft sound.

musette

A small French bagpipe operated with a bellows and having a soft sound.

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Bagpipe Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

The reed of an oboe.

Oboe Reed

The reed of an oboe.

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe, so called from its being made from the outer layer of a reed. The name is also applied to the speaking part of the organ, though made of metal."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Organ Reed

"The Reed is the sounding part of several instruments, such as the clarionet, bassoon, oboe, and bagpipe,…

A small portable organ, much used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, consisting of sometimes two sets of reed pipes played with keys for the player's right hand, with small bellows for the left hand.

Regal

A small portable organ, much used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, consisting of sometimes…

Scotch Highlander with bagpipe

Scotch Highlander with bagpipe

Scotch Highlander with bagpipe