tabor pipe

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Noun1.tabor pipe - a small fipple flute that is played with the left hand while the right hand is free to beat a tabor
treble recorder, flageolet, shepherd's pipe - a small fipple flute with four finger holes and two thumb holes
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Also being shown are musical instruments which would have been played on board, including parts of a fiddle as well as a wooden tabor pipe which is in such good condition it could still be played now.
I appreciate the comparisons and contrasts between languages, and the descriptions of the similarities amongst all the words meaning "flute." Because there are varieties of instruments being discussed in this book, such as recorders, transverse flutes, panpipes, and tabor pipes, it is sometimes hard to stay focused on which one is currently being discussed.
This self-published e-book extends the compilation the author began with "A Listing of Inventories and Purchases of Flutes, Recorders, Flageolets, and Tabor Pipes, 1388-1630" in David Lasocki, ed., Musicque de joye: Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Renaissance Flute and Recorder Consort, Utrecht 2003 ([Utrecht: STIMU Foundation for Historical Performance Practice, 2005], pp.