Medieval Bladderpipe: predecessor of the bagpipe, with simple pig's bladder, no valve, and cane reed.
|alto in f'||f-bb'||cylindrical bore chanter||343.00|
|replacement swine bladder||brass ferrule, maple mouthpipe||87.00|
Renaissance Racketts: nine narrow cylindrical parallel tubes drilled in a solid wooden cylinder, producing extremely low pitch ranges in a highly compact form.
|tenor in c||F-d'||cane reed, pirouette||1,002.00|
|basset in F||Bb-g||1,083.00|
|bass in C||F-d||1,101.00|
|greatbass in F||BBb-G||1,174.00|
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