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The Bagpiper, bi Hendrick ter Brugghen (17t Century, Netherlands).

Bagpipes are a class o muisical instrument, aerophones, uisin enclosed reeds fed frae a constant reservoir o air in the form o a bag. Though the Scots Great Hieland Bagpipe an Erse uilleann pipes hae the greatest internaitional visibility, bagpipes o mony different types come frae different regions throughoot Europe, Northren Africae, the Persian Gulf, an the Caucasus.

The term is equally correct in the singular or plural, although in the Inglis leid, pipers maist commonly talk o "pipes."