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Hungarian bagpipes

Bagpipes are a wind instrument in which pipes known as a chanter and one or more drones are fixed to an airbag which the player fills with air through a mouthpiece or by arm-operated bellows. Bagpipes are famously associated with Scotland, but this form of instrument is native to other nations and regions, including Northumberland in north-east England, Ireland, Brittany, Turkey, Poland, Sweden, Serbia, Hungary and many regions of Spain.