If you were going to guess, where would you say the world's biggest bagpipe museum was?
Would you believe Scapoli?
Yep, traditional Italian music isn't all about that annoying accordian guy playing the Godfather theme next to your table at lunch. ("If I give you twenty Euros, will you go away and spend an hour rethinking the direction of you life?")
The Museo della Zampogna is in the small town of Scapoli about three hours drive from here, in the provice of Isernia, the southern bit of Molise.
And when the Italians do bagpipes,
they don't mess around.