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Cortazzo, Cortazzo & Sollazzo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBtIZC6GADo



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The guy in the middle in the above video is supposedly the "best ciaramella player in Italy." You can't tell by this video, but i have heard him, Antonio, play in person and he is amazing- like jaw droppingly good. He is an 8th generation zampognaro/ciaramellaro. His father is/was an incredible zampogna player. I guess the guy to his left is the son/grandson perhaps, making him 9th generation.
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Ciarameddaru wrote:The guy in the middle in the above video is supposedly the "best ciaramella player in Italy."
yes I 'd find that easy to believe;
here he is (they , actuyally) 2 years ago.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iz-qJwQLcg8

this yt user (19salerno) has a series of clips featuring Sollazzo & Cortazzo.

ciaramellisto?
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Forget all your water traps and air-drying systems and watch this man:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nKRlisEx9k
Probably the only gaida player who masters the "submarine staccato technique"...
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MichaelLoos wrote:Forget all your water traps and air-drying systems and watch this man:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nKRlisEx9k
Probably the only gaida player who masters the "submarine staccato technique"...
Translation from Bulgarian by someone who doesn't speak it, but does speak Russian (closely related):
"That a drunken Venus rising from the sea, or Orpheus descended on Earth? In any case, saltwater is good for gaidas."
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the Polish bagpipe ( I understand there's several varieties, of course)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlpOczDSl2g

hmmm 1:51... got some overblowing goin on there, I think...very interesting!
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Julian Goodacre playing a set of Leicestershire Smallpipes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfOJ2QGtR4k
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My old set of D border pipes in action:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYT4Ksg-7N4
Shortly after this video they were replaced by the set in the "pictures of your pipes" thread.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ru4H73eM20

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Becky Taylor on Northumbrian Smallpipes with the band Blind Harper
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Classic video.
I wonder if this (membrane pipes) is possible only with modern plastic materials. Or else why hasn't anyone come up with this simple alternative to reeds before.
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LOL, condom bag + mouth blown, not a good connotation - make a douche bag bellows for it. :)
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"Tre Säck" is a piece for three Swedish bagpipes, composed in early 1998 but unplayed for almost 15 years until this occasion, in Germany at Pipenbocktreffen 2012. Pipers (from left to right): Olle Gällmo, Kristina Künzel and Matthias Branschke
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