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    For me at least, bagpipes should always be associated with dancing and should be accompanied by drums. If you want to play a sad dirge song use the clarinet or the violin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    For me at least, bagpipes should always be associated with dancing and should be accompanied by drums. If you want to play a sad dirge song use the clarinet.
    There you go. :)



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    Almost always the dances in the village squares on the weekends were the waltz, the mazurka and the polka. Later on also the tango, but NOT the tango of the current tv dance shows.

    The giga was a relict, almost gone now, unlike Irish dancing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    For me at least, bagpipes should always be associated with dancing and should be accompanied by drums. If you want to play a sad dirge song use the clarinet or the violin.
    you mean such? like W Thrace




    or like this, C Makedonia


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yetos View Post
    you mean such? like W Thrace




    or like this, C Makedonia


    The second one is bipolar. Does it want to be a slow song, a fast one? Plus I don't think that gaida and clarinet go together well. Both are dominant instruments and they should not play at the same time. They can be in the same song but they should not play at the same time. In the second song, just the clarinet should play. This is not a gaida song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    The second one is bipolar. Does it want to be a slow song, a fast one? Plus I don't think that gaida and clarinet go together well. Both are dominant instruments and they should not play at the same time. They can be in the same song but they should not play at the same time. In the second song, just the clarinet should play. This is not a gaida song.

    Zourna,
    not clarinet,
    it is clear a zourna sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yetos View Post
    Zourna,
    not clarinet,
    it is clear a zourna sound.
    Except I don't see a zourna and I clearly see a clarinet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigsnake49 View Post
    Except I don't see a zourna and I clearly see a clarinet.
    yup, you are right,

    that is zourna


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