A versatile and popular English bagpipe which for thirty years has proved simple enough for beginners but challenging enough for more experienced players.
This strident mouth-blown pipe takes its inspiration from a famous early English bapiper, the Miller in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.
Based on a description in a manuscript from the 1690's, this is a double smallpipe with a quiet, sweet tone and possibilities for playing harmonies.
Based on an early 16th Century Cornish carving , these double-pipes have exciting possibilities for harmonies, counter melodies and moveable drone effects
This is a simple capped-shawm which somehow acquired a confusing name