This was a little dwarf, clad in goat-skin, and carrying a sort of bagpipe under his arm.
Finally a native dance to the accompaniment of the bagpipe was executed.
Betsy, still screeching like a bagpipe, had to be forcibly restrained from jumping to the rescue by the bystanders.
In modern Scotland the bagpipe has altogether taken the place of the harp.
The harp is the musical instrument of Ossian; but the bagpipe, from time immemorial, has been the instrument of the Highlanders.
Let me tell you something that I have been thinking about the bagpipe.
Jamais la cornemuse ne dit mot si elle n'a le ventre plein—The bagpipe never utters a word till its belly is full.
Besides the pipe and horn, the bagpipe was also a rustic instrument.
We danced to-night to the musick of the bagpipe, which made us beat the ground with prodigious force.
So blind Tim Carrol buckled on his bagpipe, and began to play.