Stefan Widhalm contact

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Stefan Widhalm contact

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Dear Sirs and Madam,
I try to contact many times mr. Stefan Widhalm, bagpipe maker of Styria, Austria. I receive no answer and I could not to find another way to contact him. I would like to buy his Hummelchen with extended range, or maybe only his astonishing chromatic chanter. Does anyone has ordered some bagpipe or has contact with Mr. Widhalm?
I appreciatte any help,
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I'm not at all sure if Stefan Widhalm is still working, but if you contact Christian Scharmann, he will probably know: christian (at) bordunstammtisch . at
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MichaelLoos wrote:I'm not at all sure if Stefan Widhalm is still working, but if you contact Christian Scharmann, he will probably know: christian (at) bordunstammtisch . at

Thak you very much. I will contact Christian. Does anyone have tried the extended hummelchen of Stefan Widhalm? His chanter can reach 2 octaves and a 3rd. Quite impressive, and beautiful sound.
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