national lithuanian musical instrument
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- 1.Lithuanian national musical instrument KAUNAS PILENAI SECONDARY SCHOOL, LITHUANIA COMENIUS PROJECT " EUROPEANS: IDENTICAL AIMS, DIFFERENT WAYS,IDENTICAL HEARTS, DIFFERENT FEELINGS"
2. We are partners of Comenius project EuID COMENIUS PROJECT 3. The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments published in England in 1984 mentions 48 Lithuanian musical instruments. The major among them -kankles(the zither),ragai (horns),skuduciai(pan pipes) are all popular musical instruments today. Children have never forgotten whistles made of clay and wood bark.Lithuanian national musical instrument kankles ragai skuduciai COMENIUS PROJECT 4. The skuduciai is a pipeof8-20 cm l e ng ht , 1-3 cm in diameter, they are made of wood (ash, alder, buckthorn, osier), of willow or linden bark, or of the hollow stems of umbelliferous plants. Each pipe produces one stable note. The sound is of short duration.Lithuanian national musical instrument SKUDUTIS( panpipe) COMENIUS PROJECT 5. Panpipes were extremely popular in middle and northern Aukstaitija. Both instrumental and vocal sutartines (ancient polyphonic songs) and accompaniment to dances were played on them. In the 1920s this instrument was modified.Lithuanian national musical instrument skuduciai is popular infolklore groups In the middle of this century music played on this instrument was introduced into the repertoire of professional folk companies, later on - in folklore groups.COMENIUS PROJECT 6. Let's meet in Kaunas, Lithuania COMENIUS PROJECT