The girl was pouring out the evening offering of goat's milk and honey; the boy beginning to play on his reed-pipe.
But it may happen, when they invoke Pan, that he answers with the reed-pipe.
The orchestra—two violins, a reed-pipe, a biniou, and a harp—were playing away with might and main.
The name is believed to be derived from calamaula, a reed-pipe, which was corrupted to chalem-elle and then to shawm.
Mr Galpin refers to a reed-pipe with which I am very familiar; it is made from a dandelion stalk pinched flat at one end.
This presented to the eye, something in the nature of a reed-pipe of young girls, a sort of living Pan-pipe made of angels.
So they carried him home between them and administered liquid food through a reed-pipe.