Małgorzata Pożarowska II h Gimnazjum 16 Poland
STRING INSTRUMENTS <ul><li>devil-violin </li></ul><ul><li>„ złóbcoki (Podhale)” </li></ul><ul><li>„ mazanki” Poland </li><...
Devil's violin  -   t hey consist of a stick, the board cut in the shape of the violin, which is attached to a tin box fil...
„ Złóbcoki (gęśliki Podhale) ”  – instrument   c haracteristic of Podhale, occurred to the nineteenth century. The name re...
„ Mazanki ”  - the little old Polish  „ trzystrunowy ”  string musical instrument similar to the shape of the violin. It w...
Cymbals are among the instruments impacted, consisting of a wooden body on which the band run alternately melodic and bass...
Trumpet Pastoral (t om bity) belong to the simple wooden instruments. Characteristic particularly in Podhale and Beskid Ży...
R eed musical instrument of the popular group  „ aerofonów ”  lip, which is usually a wooden tube equipped with the labial...
Bagpipes Poland (duda, miny) and foothill regions (Gajda, goat) are instruments built from a bellows or sack rezerwuaroweg...
Drum - a musical instrument from the group  „ membranofonów ” . Mined sound hitting the membrane drum sticks, special brus...
Knockers  and rattles - simple folk percussion instruments.
Thanks for the views of those slides.  ;) http://www.bryk.pl/teksty/gimnazjum/pozosta%C5%82e/muzyka/16867-og%C3%B3lne_cech...
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Małgorzata Pożarowska

  1. 1. Małgorzata Pożarowska II h Gimnazjum 16 Poland
  2. 2. STRING INSTRUMENTS <ul><li>devil-violin </li></ul><ul><li>„ złóbcoki (Podhale)” </li></ul><ul><li>„ mazanki” Poland </li></ul><ul><li>dulcimer </li></ul>INFLATABLE INSTRUMENTS (AEROPHONE) <ul><li>„ trombity(ligawki, bazuny)” </li></ul><ul><li>„ fujary” </li></ul><ul><li>pipe </li></ul><ul><li>bagpipes (Wielkopolska) </li></ul>PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS <ul><li>drums </li></ul><ul><li>rattles </li></ul><ul><li>knockers </li></ul>
  3. 3. Devil's violin - t hey consist of a stick, the board cut in the shape of the violin, which is attached to a tin box filled with hard objects „ grzechoczącymi ” shaken and his head - a mask in a pointed hat with „ blaszkami ” around the roundabout at the top of a stick.
  4. 4. „ Złóbcoki (gęśliki Podhale) ” – instrument c haracteristic of Podhale, occurred to the nineteenth century. The name refers to „ złóbcoki ” gouging instrument with a single block of wood. Were convex, oblong, and narrow body is resonant with the neck carved from a single block. Have 3 (later 4) strings. Played them a bow-shaped arch. Were tuned like the violin, the sound seemed quiet, but sharp and penetrating.
  5. 5. „ Mazanki ” - the little old Polish „ trzystrunowy ” string musical instrument similar to the shape of the violin. It was used during weddings.
  6. 6. Cymbals are among the instruments impacted, consisting of a wooden body on which the band run alternately melodic and bass strings. The string is struck with wooden chopsticks. Instrument characteristic of the eastern borderlands and Podkarpackie.
  7. 7. Trumpet Pastoral (t om bity) belong to the simple wooden instruments. Characteristic particularly in Podhale and Beskid Żywiecki, which acts as a signal and „ hejnałową ” . Were also used during Advent. M ade up of two parts, a hollow tree trunk, bark, or wrapped in cloth, wicker „ okręconego ” , gulp, „ okutego ” horn or iron rings.
  8. 8. R eed musical instrument of the popular group „ aerofonów ” lip, which is usually a wooden tube equipped with the labial and 3-7 hole openings in the sides (or ninny, „ fujark ą” ).
  9. 9. Bagpipes Poland (duda, miny) and foothill regions (Gajda, goat) are instruments built from a bellows or sack rezerwuarowego, melody and bass flutes, and lives hand-held mechanical, and bagpipes Podhale had a tube to the oral nadymania bag.
  10. 10. Drum - a musical instrument from the group „ membranofonów ” . Mined sound hitting the membrane drum sticks, special brushes, hand or fingers, and as a result of rubbing. The drum comes from the Neolithic era and one of the oldest instruments of the world.
  11. 11. Knockers and rattles - simple folk percussion instruments.
  12. 12. Thanks for the views of those slides. ;) http://www.bryk.pl/teksty/gimnazjum/pozosta%C5%82e/muzyka/16867-og%C3%B3lne_cechy_muzyki_ludowej_polskie_instrumenty_ludowe_i_ta%C5%84ce_narodowe.html http://www.zgstl.kei.pl/dyscypliny/instrumenty.htm http://images.google.pl/images?hl=pl&lr=&um=1&q=mazanki&sa=N&start=0&ndsp=18 http://www.wakacje.agro.pl/chmielno/art.htm

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