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Bag-pipe. Centre France. Cabrette player Jean Rascalou, Auvergne. The cabrette comprises a chanter for playing the melody and a drone, but the latter is not necessarily functional. Though descended from earlier mouth-blown bagpipes, bellows were added to the cabrette in the mid-19th century. It is said that Joseph Faure, of Saint-Martin-de-Fugères en Haute-Loire, first applied a bellows to the cabrette.

Bag-pipe. Centre France. Cabrette player Jean Rascalou, Auvergne. The cabrette comprises a chanter for playing the melody and a drone, but the latter is not necessarily functional. Though descended from earlier mouth-blown bagpipes, bellows were added to the cabrette in the mid-19th century. It is said that Joseph Faure, of Saint-Martin-de-Fugères en Haute-Loire, first applied a bellows to the cabrette.

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