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Bagpipe, mouth-blown: 2 stocks (a: single chanter / b: drone)

Binioù kozh - Brezhoneg

Binioù kozh - Brezhoneg

Bock - German

Boudego / Boudegon - French

Byz - Udmurti?

Cărabă - Wallachian (Serbia)

Cimpoi / Cimpoĭ - Romanian

Cimpoi - Romanian* (Moldova)

Codbib - Cymraeg (Welsh)

Cornamusa - Català

Drommpip / Drommpîp / Dromm-pîp - Swedish* (Estonia)

Duda - Ukrainian

Duda - Belarusian

Dūdas - Latvian

Dude - Slovenian

Dudlsook - German* (Czechia)

Dūdmaišis - Lithuanian

Dudy - Czech

Dudy żywieckie - Polish

Gaida - Greek

Gaita de fole - Spanish (dialect)

Gaita asturiana - Bable (Asturian)

Gaita-de-foles - Portuguese

Gaita de odre - Spanish (Castilian) ?

Gaita galega - Galego

Gajda - Bulgarian

Gajda - Bulgarian

Gajda - Macedonian

Gajda - Serbian

Gajda - Polish

Gajda - Ukrainian

Gajda [Gajde?] - Serbian?

Gajde - Albanian (Shqip)

Gajde - Albanian (Shqip)

Gajdy - Czech

Gajdy - Slovak

Gayda - Turkish

Großer Bock - German

Levčanske gajde - Serbian

Lollepfeif - German (Low German)

Masak - Hindi?

Müsa (Musa) - Italian (dialect)

Müsa di Pradaglia - Italian

Peštersko-Starovlaške gajde - Serbian

Piva - Italian

Piva da orsi - Italian

Sackpfiiffe - German* (Switzerland)

Säckpipa (Säck-pipa) - Swedish

Torupill - Estonian

Totorosse - Italian (dialect)

Valonka - Mordvinian

Veuze - Brezhoneg

Vèze - French

Volynka - Russian

Zampogna di Panni - Italian

·? (a bagpipe [Name not mentioned in available sources]) - Sorbian?