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Chanter

Description

Highland bagpipe chanter of wood, sole missing, split and bound with thread, with one extra hole drilled in the chanter neck above and to the right of High A, made by Donald MacDonald of Edinburgh, c. 1810

Museum reference

H.LT 80

Collection

Culture

Object name

Chanter

Production information

MacDonald, Donald, 1767 - 1840, Manufacturer
Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, Northern Europe

Date

c. 1810

Materials

Thread, Wood

Physical description

Thread binding

References

Baines, Anthony. Bagpipes. Occasional Paper on Technology 9, Oxford University Press, 1973.

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