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    Masterclass

    This Easter week-end, I was happy to give a masterclass for a folk group called "Bois sec !" ("Dry wood", referring to their instruments, I suppose !).
    We had a great time in this beautiful manor near the city of Lyon. They were very concentrated, and we've done good work together.
    Here are a few pictures of us .






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    Fantastic pictures. The kilt looks even better in these shots. A beautiful job! Looks like you were having fun too.
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    What is the pipe that you are playing?

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    Wonderful shots, Robert. Thanks!

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    looks like either a spanish or french bagpipe. cool man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick the DSM View Post
    looks like either a spanish or french bagpipe. cool man!
    Thank You !
    They are French "Béchonnet" Pipes. They have an octave and a half (from G to high C !) and they sound simply great !

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    Generally French, or Breton?

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    Nice pictures.

    I have moved your thread to our new "Celtic Musicians" forum.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panache View Post
    Nice pictures.

    I have moved your thread to our new "Celtic Musicians" forum.

    Cheers

    Jamie
    Thank You Jamie

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    You guys look good. I'd love to hear you in person some day.
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