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It's a stylistic thing, because many players favour having a really strong solid low D note for emphasising rhythm, and making their ornamentation really 'pop' with that strong low note. In a classic 'chicken and egg' situation some instrument builders are biasing their chanters to make the hard low D easier to play, which will then increase the prevalance ...


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