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What is a Gaita?
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|Most generally, the Gaita ( http://www.clip.dia.fi.upm.es/~boris/gaita/ ) is a Spanish bagpipe. The most commonly referred to are those of the Celtic regions (Gallicia and Asturia). They are similar in construction to a GHB but have from one to three drones. The chanters have their own fingering systems and can be played into the second octave.
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