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Bagpipes Musical instrument

Bagpipes are a woodwind instrument using enclosed reeds fed from a constant reservoir of air in the form of a bag. The Scottish Great Highland bagpipes are the best known in the Anglophone world; however, bagpipes have been played for a millennium or more throughout large parts of Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia, including Anatolia, the Caucasus, and around the Persian Gulf. The term bagpipe is equally correct in the singular or plural, though pipers usually refer to the bagpipes as "the pipes", "a set of pipes" or "a stand of pipes".

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Great Highland bagpipe type of bagpipe native to Scotland

The Great Highland bagpipe is a type of bagpipe native to Scotland. It has acquired widespread recognition through its usage in the British military and in pipe bands throughout the world.

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Gaita may refer to:

Gaida Balkan/Southeastern Europe bagpipe

A gaida is a bagpipe from the Balkans and Southeast Europe. Southeastern European bagpipes known as gaida include: Bulgarian гайда, Macedonian гајда (gayda), the Greek γκάιντα, Aromanian gaidã, Albanian gajde, Croatian and Serbian gajde/гајдe, Turkish “tulum” or “gayda”, and Slovak gajdy.

Titti Astri Maartmann was a Norwegian luger who competed in the late 1930s. She won a gold medal in the women's singles event at the 1937 European luge championships in Oslo, Norway. Living an active life, she still played golf at age 97.

A duda is a Hungarian bagpipe.

Bourdon derives from the French for bumblebee, and may refer to:

Titty or Tittie may refer to:

The gaita narvarra is a double reeded flute-like folk instrument originating from Navarra, Spain. The gaita narvarra is very similar to the Spanish folk instrument known as the dulzaina. Both are variants of shawms, from Spain. The reeds of the gaita are very similar to bassoon reeds.

The titti is a type of bagpipe played in Andhra Pradesh, India, made from an entire goat-skin. The instrument is described as a goatskin with a double-reed inserted into one leg, and a bamboo blowpipe into the other. The term tittii is used in Telugu, Kannada, and Malayalam.

The mashak is a type of bagpipe found in Northern India and parts of Pakistan and Afghanistan. The pipe was associated with weddings and festive occasions. In India it is historically found in Garhwal(kumaon) in Uttarakhand, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. This bagpipe uses single reeds, and can be played either as a drone or as a melody instrument.

Sruti upanga type of bagpipe

The sruti upanga is a type of bagpipe played in Tamil Nadu, southern India. The instrument was often used to supply a drone to accompany mukha vina music.

The Loh Tarang is a melodic percussion instrument. It consists of a set of iron circular plates, of different sizes, held in a frame. Each plate is pitched to a note and they are struck with sticks on each hand. 'Tarang' literally means waves. Plates sound depends on the different size of plate and hand movement. Theory is based like Jal-Tarang.

Titti Sjöblom Swedish female jazz and schlager singer

Titti Sigrid Renée Eliasson Sjöblom is a Swedish pop singer. She is the daughter of singer Alice Babs and director Nils Ivar Sjöblom. She participated at Melodifestivalen 1974 with the song "Fröken Ur-sång", ending up in fourth place. Her first dinner shows and folk park tours occurred Charlie Norman and Lennie Norman during the mid-1970s.

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Titti Qvarnström is a Swedish chef who held a Michelin star at the restaurant Bloom in the Park in Malmö, making Qvarnström the first woman in the Nordic edition of the guide to win a star.

Una storia sbagliata (single) 1980 single by Fabrizio De André

Una storia sbagliata is a song written and recorded by Italian singer-songwriter Fabrizio De André and co-composed with folk songwriter Massimo Bubola. It was initially released as a single backed with "Titti". Both songs were recorded during the initial sessions for De André's self-titled 1981 album and first released in 1980 as a standalone single. In 1999, "Una storia sbagliata" was re-released within the Fabrizio De André: Opere complete box set. "Titti" had its first CD release in 2005, within the greatest hits and rarities collection In direzione ostinata e contraria.