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It is unclear whether Lincolnshire bagpipes refer to a specific type of pipes native to Lincolnshire, England, or to the popularity of a more general form of pipes in the region. Written records of bagpipes being associated with Lincolnshire date back to 1407, but it is difficult to find certain proof that any regional variation of the bagpipe existed which was peculiar to Lincolnshire. Despite the lack of evidence for a uniquely local instrument, it is clear that the bagpipe was enjoyed by the people of Lincolnshire.

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  • La Lincolnshire bagpipes ("gaita de Lincolnshire") es un tipo de gaita nativa de Lincolnshire, en el este de Inglaterra. El instrumento es actualmente difunto; un comentarista de 1901 señaló que se había desaparecida en 1850.​ Más tarde, los investigadores identificaron el último gaitero tradicional como John Hunsley, un agricultor del siglo XIX en Manton, cerca de Gainsborough. Alrededor del año 2000, una reproducción de la gaita fue creado por un artesano en South Somercotes.​ (es)
  • It is unclear whether Lincolnshire bagpipes refer to a specific type of pipes native to Lincolnshire, England, or to the popularity of a more general form of pipes in the region. Written records of bagpipes being associated with Lincolnshire date back to 1407, but it is difficult to find certain proof that any regional variation of the bagpipe existed which was peculiar to Lincolnshire. Despite the lack of evidence for a uniquely local instrument, it is clear that the bagpipe was enjoyed by the people of Lincolnshire. By the modern era, the bagpipe had largely fallen out of use in Lincolnshire and a 1901 commentator noted that it had become defunct by 1850. By 1881, later researchers had identified that the 19th century farmer, John Hunsley, had played the bagpipes "up to a short time before his death, which took place twenty or thirty years ago (i.e. between 1851 and 1861)." John Hunsley lived in Manton, near Kirton-in-Lindsey. In 1984 John Addison, a pipemaker in South Somercotes began his research to try to establish whether a uniquely local "Lincolnshire bagpipe" existed, and in 1989, he finished making a set of bagpipes based on the limited sources he found. (en)
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  • La Lincolnshire bagpipes ("gaita de Lincolnshire") es un tipo de gaita nativa de Lincolnshire, en el este de Inglaterra. El instrumento es actualmente difunto; un comentarista de 1901 señaló que se había desaparecida en 1850.​ Más tarde, los investigadores identificaron el último gaitero tradicional como John Hunsley, un agricultor del siglo XIX en Manton, cerca de Gainsborough. Alrededor del año 2000, una reproducción de la gaita fue creado por un artesano en South Somercotes.​ (es)
  • It is unclear whether Lincolnshire bagpipes refer to a specific type of pipes native to Lincolnshire, England, or to the popularity of a more general form of pipes in the region. Written records of bagpipes being associated with Lincolnshire date back to 1407, but it is difficult to find certain proof that any regional variation of the bagpipe existed which was peculiar to Lincolnshire. Despite the lack of evidence for a uniquely local instrument, it is clear that the bagpipe was enjoyed by the people of Lincolnshire. (en)
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