Always, while he was preparing some new trick, a man kept playing on the Pandean pipes, and beating a drum at the same time.
This was done in ancient as it is in modern times, by playing the Pandean pipes.
The showman flung his Pandean pipe at Pat's snout, and the poor intruder ran howling round the amused throng.
Then comes a man with a Pandean pipe, next another with a semicircular harp and then one with a portable organ.
Might not a one-handed fife be introduced, or a Pandean pipe substituted, and fifers totally abolished?
These usually play upon one or two violins, a mandoline, and the Pandean pipes.
To his lips he held a Pandean pipe, from which the extraordinary sounds appeared to proceed.
Close by are the two leading comic journals, the one tinkling a triangle, the other blowing the Pandean pipes.
If the people have the syrinx (or Pandean pipe), ascertain the series of musical intervals yielded by its tubes.
Another conceit in the form of a Sphinx or Pandean pipe has been attributed to Theocritus—perhaps without good foundation.