the Pipe and Tabor compendium

the Pipe and Tabor compendium

essays on the three-hole pipe

pipe and tabor players as
architectural features in the UK


architectural features gallery

If you have seen or heard of other such images please let Frances, project manager, know.
Links are mainly to other pages in the Compendium; click for enlarged photographs and short commentary.
Ancaster Lincolnshire
Beauchamp Chapel stained glass windowBeauchamp Chapel Warwickshire
Betley Window Staffordshire

Bloxham Oxfordshire
Christ ~Church Cathedral stained glass window1320 Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, Becket window
Chichester Cathedral Cley-next-the-sea
Cogges, Oxfordshire The Eden Project
Ely Cathedral
Exeter Cathedral Gawsworth Cheshire Gloucester
Cathedral 1
Gloucester Cathedral 2Gloucester Cathedral 2 Great Malvern Priory Church Worcestershire
Higham Ferrers
1418 Holy Trinity Hull1418 Holy Trinity Hull [pipe missing] Kensington GardensKensington Gardens
Lichfield Cathedral
St WendredaMarch, Cambridgeshire, St Wendreda
Raunds Northamptonshire St William's ShrineSt William's Shrine
in Yorkshire Museum
Shrewsbury, St Mary the Virgin
Tewkesbury bossTewkesbury boss on floor
WarehamWarham, Norfolk
Westminster AbbeyWestminster Abbey, London 1512 player, YorkYork
St William's Shrine
reported in 1872 in a talk on York Minster windows: newspaper cuttingYork Herald - Saturday 06 January 1872
  possible three-hole pipe    
Adderbury, Oxfordshire


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