Wooden Tabor Pipes at NLHF

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Wooden Tabor Pipes at NLHF

Postby busy mole » Tue Sep 18, 2007 2:07 pm

Should have supply of Sweetheart wooden Tabor pipes and new range if Fifes for the NLHF. Which incase any one had not heard is at the Warwickshire Exhibition Centre again.
Not sure of price yet all depends on import etc.


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Sue Green
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Postby Sue Green » Tue Sep 18, 2007 9:28 pm

Hi. I'm in the market for a replacement basic wooden tabor pipe for my old one and have been having trouble sourcing one. I don't usually go to the NLHF but if you could let me know when these are on your website I'd be very interested in having a look at them

Will these be historically accurate? If so, for what period?

Many thanks



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Postby busy mole » Mon Oct 01, 2007 3:16 pm

The tabor pipes should be with us any day, not sure of end price until they arrive and we see how much HM Customs charges us!

They are suitable for Medieval and Tudor, and have an octave and a half range so you can play a lot on them. They are in the key of D.

We are in South Derbyshire, between Derby and Burton so we can't be too far from you.

Hope that helps, Helen.


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Sue Green
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Postby Sue Green » Wed Oct 10, 2007 5:04 pm

Hi Helen

I'm in Alfreton and am down in your neck of the woods frequently!

Very interested in the pipes when they come in - can you please PM me with the details when they arrive.

Thanks

Sue



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Postby busy mole » Wed Oct 10, 2007 8:29 pm

Will do


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Postby busy mole » Fri Oct 12, 2007 5:16 pm

The delivery has arrived!! We have 2 colonial fifes, 4 wooden tabor pipes, and 10 renaissance fifes. Woo hoo! The tabor pipes are in G, made of cherry, tunable for playing with other people and very attractive.


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