Musette bechonnet

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The musette bechonnet is a type of bellows-blown French bagpipe which takes its name from its creator, Joseph Bechonnet (1820-1900 AD) of Effiat.[1]

The musette bechonnet typically has three drones, and its hide bag covered by an ornamented cloth bag.

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  1. ^ Auvergne. Pierre-François Aleil, Pierre Bonnaud, Eric Bordessoule, Caroline Roux, Pierre Charbonnier. Christine Bonneton, 2005. ISBN 2-86253-331-9, ISBN 978-2-86253-331-5. Pg 146

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