[ US /ˈbæɡˌpaɪp/ ]
[ UK /bˈæɡpa‍ɪp/ ]
  1. a tubular wind instrument; the player blows air into a bag and squeezes it out through the drone
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How To Use bagpipe In A Sentence

  • The group, composed of four brilliant and accomplished musicians playing the guitar, mandolin, bagpipe, piccolo and violin, will bring their highly original sound to the stage.
  • The seven young musicians play an exciting assortment of instruments including bodhran, accordion, bouzouki, guitar, bass, fiddle, Asturian bagpipes and flute.
  • Competitors danced the Highland fling, the sword dance, the sean triubhais, the Highland reel, the sailors' hornpipe, the Irish Jig and other dances, preferably to the music of the bagpipe.
  • Symbols that evoke the past of the Highlands include the system of clan tartans and bagpipes.
  • Violins and clarinets were used in instrumental combinations in all areas, with the bagpipe (ubiquitous since the Middle Ages) prevalent in Bohemia, and the double bass and dulcimer in Moravia.
  • As if in echo of national pride at his achievement, the magnificent sound of bagpipes swirled in honour of the Bulgarian champion.
  • To make matters worse, ‘musette’ was also given to the bagpipe musette de cour, amongst others.
  • Pickering's hyla, his little bagpipe blown almost to bursting as he tries to rally the scattered summer by his tiny, mighty "skirl. The Hills of Hingham
  • They stepped so high, the bagpipes sounded a dirge, they snapped their heads around at attention at their commanding officer.
  • The bagpipes, ‘squeezebox’ and fiddle were the main instruments and the band really got people in the mood.
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