Zampogna

The zampogna was a sort of bagpipe formerly in use among Italian peasants.
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Zampogna

Zam┬Ěpo'gna noun [ Italian ] (Mus.) A sort of bagpipe formerly in use among Italian peasants. It is now almost obsolete. [ Written also zampugna .]
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Zampogna

• (n.) A sort of bagpipe formerly in use among Italian peasants. It is now almost obsolete.
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zampogna

(from the article `bagpipe`) ...is distinguished by a tenor drone held in the chanter stock beside the chanter. Often bellows-blown and without bass drone, it is ...
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Zampogna

Italian bagpipe with 2 drones and 2 conical chanters, all in one stock.
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Zampogna

The bagpipe of southern Italy and Sicily, with two chanters and usually two drones in a common stock, all with conical bores with double or single reeds.
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Zampogna

Zampogna (pron) is a generic term for a number of Italian double chantered pipes that can be found as far north as the southern part of the Marche, throughout areas in Abruzzo, Latium, Molise, Basilicata, Campania, Calabria, and Sicily. The tradition is now mostly associated with Christmas, and the most famous Italian carol, `Tu scendi dalle stel....
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zampogna

A southern Italian bagpipe, most commonly with two drones and two conical chanters
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zampogna

Italian bagpipe
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