The musette bag caught fire and he snatched it from his shoulder and tossed it after the bombs.
He soaked these in oil and stowed them in a musette bag which he snapped to the D-rings of the pack.
"small bagpipe," late 14c., from Old French musette "bagpipe" (13c.), from muser "to play the bagpipe, make music," from mus "mouth, muzzle," from Medieval Latin musum (see muzzle (n.)). As "a composition for a musette" from 1811, from French.