Translation of piper in Spanish:


gaitero, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpaɪpər/ /ˈpʌɪpə/


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    gaitero masculine
    gaitera feminine
    • MacDonald himself will play various pipes and flute, accompanied by seven other pipers and four backing musicians.
    • Three pipers, piping furiously, entered the gaming-space, followed by twelve young warriors in white cloaks and helmets decorated with the tail-feathers of the black eagle.
    • This is always quite a ceremony, with pipers piping and whisky flowing and famous faces popping up all over.
    • Although he feared her, she could see he thought he had played her as a piper plays his pipe.
    • According to himself, he became fascinated with the pipes having seen and heard a travelling piper who called at his home in 1930.
    • The sitar player is like a pied piper leading the dinner guests as if they were rats.
    • After word of Banks' presence spread, he became a modern-day pied piper.
    • There is also an album from Dublin-born uillean piper and tin whistle player, Ronan Browne.
    • The band, consisting of a drummer, a piper and a fiddler, was playing a Torrencian song she knew, and she couldn't resist trying to join in.
    • The modal tunes reminiscent of pipers ' fifes and reels mixed with ragtime and black scales is a really extraordinary and rich mixture, constantly a reminder of the history of the South.
    • Virtuoso piper Jarlath has fused world music and traditional music to create a mesmeric and powerful sound.
    • In South Africa and Lithuania disjunct panpipes - separate tubes with a group of pipers each playing one or two - are used.
    • Then the pipers and drummers struck up once again and everyone sang the Star Spangled Banner.