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GUEST,ripov Uileann pipes and Louis XIV (20) RE: Uileann pipes and Louis XIV 07 Mar 16

Kevin - oboe yes - or rather shaum; the chanter is basically a shaum is it not? Clarinet (but are there single reed chanters?) and flute probably not, although keywork may be a common item on modern pipes. Will have a look at the symphonia though.
And there's a fair chance that the "folk" bagpipe was a "that'll have to do" copy of the pipe makers product, rather than vice versa; although the "folk" version probably came first?

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