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English: The Macedonian gaida is similar to other bagpipes found in Balkan countries. According to Anthony Baines, the bagpipe has been used by the Macedonians since ancient times. The gaida has a single chanter pipe and one drone pipe. The reeds are single (like a clarinet reed). Gaides like this one can be found today mostly in Macedonia, including Aegean Macedonia and Thrace. At one time it was found even in southern Greece. The gaida can be played unaccompanied, but percussion instruments are played when another musician is available. The favorite accompaniment for the gaida varies. In Macedonia and Aegean Macedonia the tupun (large drum) accompanies the gaida. Also, the defi or daires (small hand drum like a tambourine) accompanies the gaida.
|Date||2005-10-14 (original upload date)|
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- 2005-10-14 13:45 Brastite 751×1165× (94685 bytes) The Greek gaida is similar to other bagpipes found in Balkan countries. According to Anthony Baines, the bagpipe has been used by the Greeks since ancient times. The gaida has a single chanter pipe and one drone pipe. The reeds are single (like a clarinet
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