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  • Note that they use a "gaita" rhythm, probably trying to associate this with Zulia's governor, Rosales.

    Flag wars in Venezuela

  • During one conversation, outdoors in front of the houses, he said, I've got my gaita right here in my car!

    Making Light: The new new TSA regulations

  • He specializes in Celtic music, and plays all sorts of instruments, including a Galician gaita.

    Making Light: The new new TSA regulations

  • Well, it is not what was played during the firework display, they had a live performance of the gaita in a different version from the second half of this link, but you can get an idea.

    Campaign closings in Venezuela: we are all Maracuchos

  • Another instrument very much used is the gaita (bagpipe), a goatskin bag filled with air by means of which a kind of pipe is made to produce a continuous, monotonous sound.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • These lines resemble the 11-syllable _gaita gallega_ verse, and the others resemble the popular

    Modern Spanish Lyrics

  • These lines are typical of the "_endecas√≠labos de gaita gallega_":

    Modern Spanish Lyrics

  • Four of their core Western classical-oriented members also play as Brooklyn Rider - longtime NPR Music staff favorites - and other master musicians in this adventurous band include the Galician gaita bagpipe dazzler Cristina Pato as well as pipa Wu Man.

    News

  • The Ensemble's dozen-plus virtuoso musicians play a range of traditional instruments spanning Europe and Asia, from the Chinese pipa of Wu Man (who's been featured on a Tiny Desk Concert) to the Galician gaita (bagpipe) of Cristina Pato.

    News

  • The haunting wail of Pato's gaita (Persian bagpipe) and the piercing cries of Kojiro Umezaki's shakuhachi (Japanese flute) joined in a kind of duel before the final pages, a wonderfully scratchy, Near Eastern-style hoedown.

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