Medieval / German bagpipe cover: A story you won't believe

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Tell us something.: Hi, I just started learning to play the German/Medieval Bagpipe. I also play the guitar, recorder and want to learn some songs on a tin whistle. I want to come in touch with international communities to share experience and get new input and inspiration, such as tunes from different regions, appropriate for my instruments. Therefore I joined the Chiff & Fipple forum :-)
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Medieval / German bagpipe cover: A story you won't believe

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Hello together,

here is a bagpipe cover I want to share with you, "A story you won't believe".
It is a tavern song from to video game Witcher 3 - Wild Hunt.
I like the tune very much since I heard it the first time, so it was clear that I must learn to play it myself :D
There are no virtual addings, I recorded the bagpipe, acoustic guitar and davul.

Since all real taverns are closed at the moment, we have to play in digital inns... :lol:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OtCTVEl5lGg

Greetings and stay healthy!

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Hahahaha that is brilliant! Nice compositing work, too - one of the cleaner jobs I’ve seen for a video like this.

I’m working on something similar but perhaps less “trad” - editing myself into the Glenn Miller Orchestra playing swing music on the smallpipes
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Tell us something.: Hi, I just started learning to play the German/Medieval Bagpipe. I also play the guitar, recorder and want to learn some songs on a tin whistle. I want to come in touch with international communities to share experience and get new input and inspiration, such as tunes from different regions, appropriate for my instruments. Therefore I joined the Chiff & Fipple forum :-)
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Thanks :D

Your idea also sounds interesting, I'd like to see it when you finished it :)
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