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Thread #121781   Message #2664170
Posted By: Jack Blandiver
25-Jun-09 - 04:47 AM
Thread Name: Three Hole Pipes
Subject: RE: Three Hole Pipes
as it is the other instrument played with the Tabor pipes by the same musician.

Many hurdy-gurdy players might whip out a three-hole pipe, and idiophones are also common. Traditionally we find all manner of bells and triangles, and latterly singing bowls, gongs, Burmese kyeezee; I once saw one chap playing accompanying his galoubet playing on his Hang - or was he accompanying his Hang with his Galoubet? Indeed, the mother of a friend of mine was particularly adept at accompanying her 3-hole piping with right-handed chord vamps and counterpoints at the piano, keeping us all enthralled with her rollicking renditions of Glorishears and Lads a Bunchum.

Here's something I feel any three-hole pipe will find pretty special anyway, Benjamin Melia - Galoubet & Tambourin: