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Various types of bagpipes common to northern Spain and Portugal and a variety of horn, flute or oboe like instruments in the south (see list of bagpipes):
Asturian gaita, a bagpipe used in the Spanish provinces of Asturias, northern León and western Cantabria
Galician gaita, or gaita de foles, a bagpipe used in the Spanish provinces of Galicia, León, western Zamora, and in Trás-os-Montes, Portugal
Gaita alistana, a bagpipe used in Aliste, Zamora, north-western Spain.
Gaita cabreiresa, or gaita llionesa ("Leonese gaita"), an extinct but revived pipe native to León.
Gaita de boto, a bagpipe native to Aragon, distinctive for its tenor drone running parallel to the chanter
Gaita de saco, or gaita de bota, a bagpipe native to Soria, La Rioja, Álava, and Burgos in north-central Spain. Possibly the same as the lost gaita de fuelle of Old Castile.