Bagpipe chanter for the Uillean pipes.
Early 20th Century
Technical description: 14¼-inch; Three keymounts for three keys turned, shaped, but not cut. African blackwood. Combing turned on tenon but unfinished. Keymount type: raised.
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.2003.735.
Tailpiece: double bass.
Mouthpiece for trombone or baritone.
J.C. Penzel's Nachfolger
Dominique Peccatte or Joseph Fenclause
Mouthpiece for clarinet
Bow for viola d'amore.