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two girls with floral wreaths and folk pipes play together in the nature

Two Girls With Floral Wreaths And Folk Pipes Play Together In The Nature

Tabor pipe
The three-holed pipe is a form of the folk pipe which is usually played with one hand, while the other hand plays a tabor or other drone instrument, such as a bell or a psalterium (string-drum).
In English this instrument is properly called simply a pipe, but is often referred to as a tabor pipe to distinguish it from other instruments. The tabor pipe has two finger holes and one thumb hole. In the English tradition, these three holes play the same notes as the bottom three holes of a tin whistle, or tone, tone, semitone. Other tabor pipes, such as the French galoubet, the Picco pipe, the Basque txistu and xirula, the Aragonese chiflo or the Andalusian pito rociero, are tuned differently.
Much larger (typically 150 to 170 cm long), sophisticated, 3-hole pipe, made of two (shorter and longer one) connected parallel pipes, played by growing number of enthusiasts is the Slovakian fujara, not to be mistaken with Polish single pipe much smaller (maybe up to 40 cm) old-fashioned instrument usually made of willow bark (Polish: "fujara, fujarka") that exists also in locally modified modern versions (also played, for example in Toronto during symphonic and Polish folk concert "The Pride of Poland", 2005), similar to both mentioned above pipes are sold in Czech Republic also called there "fujara".

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