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chanter:

see bagpipebagpipe,
musical instrument whose ancient origin was probably in Mesopotamia from which it was carried east and west by Celtic migrations. It was used in ancient Greece and Rome and has been long known in India.
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chanter

the pipe on a set of bagpipes that is provided with finger holes and on which the melody is played
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Just about every major pipe-maker provides as standard a Polypenco chanter, even with wooden pipes," says Seeler.
Abu Dhabi: Hamza Shakour, the Syrian religious chanter, opened the "blessings of Ramadan" programme in the Cultural Foundation in Abu Dhabi on Thursday night with a spellbinding performance.
Second semi-final: Nod Mac, Nikita Billie, Chanters Barney, Maryville Rumble, Active Nikita, Tyrur Bello.
It was not until 1948, when Williams organized the Southland Gospel Chanters, that he caused a major change in the course of the historical development of gospel music in New Orleans.
The wolf shouts a time ie '3 o'clock' at which point the chanters take three steps toward the wolf.
Exhausted and dispirited, she travels back to her homeland, only to discover that all is not well; winter has held on far into spring, and a mysterious disease is killing chanters.
This money has paid for everything from chanters and drum cases to sporrans, tartan cloth, glengarries and foul weather capes.
Late Late Show's two kennel companions, Haliska Vienna and Chanters Barney, have been drawn in the second semi, and they will also be fancied to progress to the final.
Sea chanters, strolling minstrels and sword-fighting pirates will be part of the fun, with knot-tying and whale-drawing contests for children.
They made me want to move, to clap, to shout, to sing along in ways that Gregorian chanters certainly never could.
They have five blow pipes, two chanters and two sets of drones.
It refers to Sufi chanters who recite Quran and praise Allah and the Prophet Mohammed.