There are literally hundreds of types of turn tables. Here are some common ones:
The Irish Uilleann bagpipe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#The_Irish_Uilleann_bagpipe
The Northumbrian smallpipe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#The_Northumbrian_smallpipe
The Scottish smallpipe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#The_Scottish_smallpipe
The biniou http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#The_biniou
French and Occitan bagpipes http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#French_and_Occitan_bagpipes
The border pipe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#The_border_pipe
The gaita http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#The_gaita
The Brian Boru bagpipe http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#The_Brian_Boru_bagpipe
Other types http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bagpipes#Other_types
did you mean bagpipes like from Scotland that's what i thought. not turntables. yes.
Gaitas is a word that can refer to several different types of definitions. Some different types are bagpipes, flutes, hornpipes, music genre and music ensemble.
the bagpipes are louder
There are different varying sizes of bagpipes, but the common ones are as big as a healthy newborn baby.
The Great Highland Bagpipes (the famous Scottish ones) The Tulum
uilleann pipes are a type of bagpipe, however when most people think of bagpipes they are thinking of the Great Highland Bagpipes (the scottish ones), these are different from the uilleann...
The term "bagpipes" covers a number of different instruments, with different names, from various countries. The "proper" name would depend on the particular instrument that you have in mind.
The Scottish bagpipes is one and also the Uilleann pipes that are played in Ireland, which is related but different to the bagpipes, and played in a different way. See the photos in the links below.
The bagpipes are from Scotland
"It's a Long Way to the Top" has bagpipes in the song, but does not begin with bagpipes.
Yes, the Irish play bagpipes, as found in Scotland. There are many pipe bands in Ireland that use them. However, the Irish also have their own form of bagpipes called the Uilleann pipes. These use a bellows controlled by the arm, rather than blowing into them. They are more associated with traditional Irish music, and have a different sound to the bagpipes that are associated with Scotland.
Because the most common form of bagpipes played today is the Great Highland Bagpipes, which are scottish.
bagpipes are a traditional scottish musical instrument
Bagpipes skirl. Find out on YouTube...
Personally I dont, I love the sound of bagpipes.
Bagpipes are primarily associated with the Scottish Highlands.
Yes, but Scotland is not the only place where the bagpipes are famous. There are some very fine Irish bagpipes, for instance.
Bagpipes are associated with Scotland.
because the bagpipes are scotlands national instrument
Bagpipes have been made in several countries for several centuries.
The bagpipes were never made illegal, it is a common myth.
My uncle played bagpipes at his wedding because he is Scottish.
Bagpipes, although rumored to have originated in Scotland, they came from Spain.
The Clue of the Whistling Bagpipes was created in 1964.
Traditional Scottish music is mostly played on bagpipes and Scottish military regiments very often use bagpipes to rally troops.
The Red-haired Miller likes to play the bagpipes