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Tune from Joseph MacDonald's Compleat Theory of the Scots Highland Bagpipe, c. 1760, played on an early instrument by Decker Forrest (audio clip)
000-000-580-067-C
Tune from Joseph MacDonald's Compleat Theory of the Scots Highland Bagpipe, c. 1760, played on an early instrument by Decker Forrest (audio clip)

Reel
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Bagpipe chanter for a set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes
000-000-579-890-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Lowland Scottish bagpipes

by Donald MacDonald, Edinburgh, early 19th century
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Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes
000-000-579-997-C
Bagpipe chanter for a set of Scottish small-pipes

by Donald MacDonald, Castlehill, Edinburgh, c. 1820
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Bagpipe chanter for the Union pipes
000-000-579-916-C
Bagpipe chanter for the Union pipes

by Donald MacDonald, Edinburgh, late 18th or early 19th century
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Bagpipe chanter for the Union pipes
000-000-579-917-C
Bagpipe chanter for the Union pipes

by Donald MacDonald, Edinburgh, late 18th or early 19th century
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Bagpipe chanter for the Union pipes
000-000-579-918-C
Bagpipe chanter for the Union pipes

by Donald MacDonald, Edinburgh, late 18th or early 19th century
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Bass drone top for a set of Highland bagpipes
000-000-579-775-C
Bass drone top for a set of Highland bagpipes

by Donald MacDonald, Castlehill, Edinburgh, c. 1806 - 1810
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Certificate, associated with Ruthwell Public School, Dumfriesshire
000-100-003-176-C
Certificate, associated with Ruthwell Public School, Dumfriesshire

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Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes
000-000-579-774-C
Chanter for a set of Highland bagpipes

by Donald MacDonald, Castlehill, Edinburgh, c. 1806 - 1810
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Engraved printing plate for 'A Collection of the Ancient Martial Music of Caledonia called Piobaireachd'
000-000-579-778-C
Engraved printing plate for 'A Collection of the Ancient Martial Music of Caledonia called Piobaireachd'

published by Donald MacDonald, 1822
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Highland bagpipe chanter
000-000-579-956-C
Highland bagpipe chanter

by Donald MacDonald, Castlehill, Edinburgh, c. 1820
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Plate for printing pipe music
000-000-579-712-C
Plate for printing pipe music

probably made in Edinburgh, 19th century
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Plate for printing pipe music
000-000-579-713-C
Plate for printing pipe music

probably made in Edinburgh, 19th century
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Set of Highland bagpipes of three quarter size
000-000-579-655-C
Set of Highland bagpipes of three quarter size

made and owned by John Bàn Mackenzie, Breadalbane, 1850s
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Set of Highland bagpipes of three quarter size
000-000-579-655-C
Set of Highland bagpipes of three quarter size

made and owned by John Bàn Mackenzie, Breadalbane, 1850s
© National Museums Scotland



Set of Highland bagpipes with chanter and three drones
000-000-579-773-C
Set of Highland bagpipes with chanter and three drones

by Donald MacDonald, Castlehill, Edinburgh, c. 1806 - 1810
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