The baroque musette (or musette de cour) is an 18th-century bellows-blown bagpipe from France. It sounds similar to the Northumbrian smallpipes, but has two chanters. The larger of the two (grand chalumeau) plays one octave plus an extra high note and thanks to the keys is fully chromatic. The smaller chanter (petit chalumeau) adds a further six semitones above. My musette is made by Paul Beekhuizen and plays at G in 392 (which works out as F at 440).