Bagpipes Harmonica Duet

Submitted by: boyblunder1 6 years ago Entertainment

Traditional and catchy, like an old priest"s STD
There are 34 comments:
Male 113
Actually there are many types of bagpipes which only use bellows, notably the Irish uillean pipes. It doesn`t have the moisture of blowing into the pipes, so you can use more delicate reeds. It really has nothing to do with laziness...
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Male 12
Butmy favorite is the bass version of AMC’s “Mad Men” opening credits songA beautiful Mind.
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Male 535
"why is they guy using bellows to fill the small pipe?

seriously, any bagpipe player will call that lazy"

Probably for consistency in the drone and clarity in sound for the recording - and to eliminate the sound of breathing in.
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Female 1,515
@Durrell maybe he has lung health issues and can`t sustain blowing into the bagpipe. Why so judgemental? :P

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Male 15,832
[quote]It`s good. Needs a little bit of the banjo. But not to much.[/quote]
Yeah, that and some cowbell. I gotta have more cowbell!
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Female 1,894
i deff. got down
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Male 136
why is they guy using bellows to fill the small pipe?

seriously, any bagpipe player will call that lazy
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Male 633
It`s good. Needs a little bit of the banjo. But not to much.
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Male 1,343
lol, bellows.
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Male 1,343
How did the smallpipes work if he wasn`t feeding them with air? x_x
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Female 2,120
Trippy
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Male 29
I liked it. Bagpipe + harmonica = WIN
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Male 284
I`ll be the first to say it, the bagpipe player had one bitchin` beard.
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Male 319
That was very nice, although the tagline for this post is going to give me nightmares. Good job, IAB!
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Male 3,076
this made me appreciate modern music thanks
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Male 25,416
That was kinda not actually really music!
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Male 7,585
oh, nevermind. you were talking about the whistling thing. i got you now.
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Male 7,585
handsompod, had no idea who that was so i did a little research. i still dont get the reference though.
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Male 4,014
I`m not even listening to this link, but damn that is some fine subtitling for the post name.
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Male 2,033
Shopped! I can tell by the bagpipes and having heard many harmonicas in my day.
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Male 1,108
[quote]i hate the pipes. my fellow celts hate me for it, but i just f*cking hate the whistling sound that comes out alongside the wanted notes.[/quote]

Kind of like Rodger Whittacker.
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Male 91
that dudes beard could make its own breakfast

and eat it
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Male 490
I love bagpipes, and especially these small pipes. Good stuff.

This is great!
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Female 246
is that a statue of buddha? I`m pretty sure it`s a statue of buddha. ... Good Gautama!
sorry.
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Male 7,585
i hate the pipes. my fellow celts hate me for it, but i just f*cking hate the whistling sound that comes out alongside the wanted notes.
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Male 567
i stand corrected
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Female 3,001
thx for the explanation k3vin :)
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Male 487
ohplease no they`re not.

Uilleann pipes have a range of 2 full octaves on the chantar and has regulators on the drones that can be actuated by wrist.

These are small pipes
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Male 487
@ruthless

There`s a few variants of the bagpipes... These are called small pipes, substituting a mouthpiece for a bellows. The ones you are used to are probably the great highland bagpipe. Which typical people think is loud and annoying...hence the softer sounding small pipes

scale and fingering are the same so you could play these tunes on the full size pipes... The last 2 tunes he played are played at the world championships regularly.
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Male 567
those are Uilleann pipes
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Male 1,222
Haha loved it
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Male 168
bitchin`
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Female 3,001
weird looking bagpipes...
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Male 31
Link: Bagpipes Harmonica Duet [Rate Link] - Traditional and catchy, like an old priest`s STD
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