Uilleann Starter Set crafted of elegant Indian Ebony, not including a chanter.
Includes bag with cup and bellows.
Chanters are sold separately; please see Sheesham Practice Chanter (UILP), and Indian Ebony Chanter (UILC) with keys.
The uilleann pipes�are the characteristic national bagpipe of Ireland and are also known as the Northumbrian Smallpipes.�Earlier known in English as "union pipes", their current name is a partial translation of the Irish-language term p�oba� uilleann (literally, "pipes of the elbow"), from their method of inflation. The uilleann pipes have a different harmonic structure, sounding sweeter and quieter than many other bagpipes, such as the Great Irish Warpipes, Great Highland Bagpipes or the Italian Zampognas. The uilleann pipes are often played indoors, and are almost always played sitting down.