Talk:Dankiyo

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Number of flutes (chanters?)[edit]

I'm no expert on terminology when it comes to instruments, but why does the picture show one chanter, and one blowpipe, when the (old)article contained the sentence about two, two reed flutes ("The Chanter which creates the sound consists of two reeds which sit in two flutes.")? Is this just wrong information or am I missing something? -Aryoc 08:12, 18 October 2006 (UTC)

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