[ tˈabə pˈa͡ɪp], [ tˈabə pˈaɪp], [ t_ˈa_b_ə p_ˈaɪ_p]
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The tabor pipe is a type of bagpipe in Scottish, Irish and other type of Celtic music. The Tabor pipe is a transverse flute, similar in shape to the classical recorder but larger, with a more triangular barrel and a narrower, finger-shaped reed. The tabor pipe is distinguished from the pennywhistle by its double sets of reeds, and it is usually played with a piper's Scottish bag.
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