Technical description: With two parallel narrow conical bores within the body of the chanter expanding to a diameter of approximately 11.5; 6 finger-holes, 1 thumb-hole. Four closed-standing brass keys; the chanter has a brass open-standing key for the lowest finger-hole covering a hole underneath the touchpiece. Boxwood, stained and polished. The posterior bore has previously been blocked off to sound only when one key is touched. Keyhead type: Square flat brass keys with bevelled edges.
hugh cheape, 1982.
Formerly stock of Messrs J. & R. Glen or from the collection of the firm's proprietors.; Lent by the Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland K.2003.730.