Student Justyna Wiącek kl 2 h Gimnazjum 16 Lublin Poland
Little instrument like a violin .
In tradition mazanki use today in Wielkopolska and in Ziemia Lubuska .
mar y na consists of a body and neck in the shape of a truncated cone resting on a triangular base. It is usually four to seven feet long, and is a monochord(although some versions have sympathetically-vibrating strings). It is played without stopping the string, but playing natural harmonics by lightly touching the string with the thumb at nodal points
Cymbały i s a stringed musical instrument with the strings stretched over a trapezoidal sounding board. Typically, the hammered dulcimer is set on a stand, at an angle, before the musician, who holds small mallet t hammers in each hand to strike the strings c f. Appala chian dulcime r.
Dudy is usually pitched two octaves below the tonic of the chanter. The single drone and single chanter have cylindrical bores and employ single reeds. The current variant of the bock is generally bellows-blown, which has the advantage of allowing the piper to sing along with his playing.
Often with six holes, the shepherd's pipe is a common pastoral image. Shepherds often piped both to soothe the sheep and to amuse themselves. Modern manufactured six-hole folk pipes are referred to as pennywhistle or tin whistle . The recorder is a form of pipe, often used as a rudimentary instructional musical instrument at schools, but so versatile that it is also used in orchestral music, but it has seven finger holes and a thumb hole.
The tube is made from a long straight piece of pine or spruce (preferably one that has been struck by lightning).