Scotland’s national symbol, the bagpipe, has made itself known throughout the world with its unique sound and appearance as something to behold. With 200 varieties spread among the continents, each has become a part of rich culture. Believe it or not, the earliest origins of the bagpipe were actually found in Egypt and then later migrated into Eastern Europe.  bagpipe player big jaws

Bagpipe players are a great choice for funeral services, corporate events, private parties, wedding ceremonies and receptions. So bring a bit of Scottish culture to your next event and hire a bagpiper to captivate guests with its beautiful resonance of sound.

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