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PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2001 10:49 am 
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Are small pipes easier to learn to play then
UP's?I've seen bellows blown smallpipes and thought they may be less complicated.


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Eubie,

Smallpipes, assuming you are speaking of Scottish smallpipes, have the same fingering as Highland Pipes. They are basically a smaller version of the Highland Pipes. I wouldn't say that either is easier, just different.


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Smallpipes are easier to play than UPs - they have fewer notes!

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On 2001-07-08 15:46, Piper wrote:
Eubie,

Smallpipes, assuming you are speaking of Scottish smallpipes, have the same fingering as Highland Pipes. They are basically a smaller version of the Highland Pipes. I wouldn't say that either is easier, just different.


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