traditional musical instruments 
Collective term for the instruments, current or ancient, that characterize a culture, era or style of music.
Wind instrument associated with Scottish culture; it is composed of a bellows in the shape of a windbag and several sound pipes.
Tube that produces a continuous bass note to accompany the chanter melody.
Each of the tubes attached to the windbag; the sound pipes and blow pipe fit inside these tubes, which also protect the reeds.
Tube with a valve into which the player blows to fill the windbag.
Tube with holes, used to play the melody.
Air chamber that feeds the chanter and drone pipes by means of compression.