Uilleann pipes

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The Uilleann pipes (pronounced "illin") are the national bagpipes of Ireland. When they were introduced in the 18th century, they were originally called the Union pipes.

The Uilleann pipes are bellows-blown and are always played in a seated position, usually inside a building. It features two chanters, unilke the Great Highland Bagpipe.