Sylwia pasternak

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Sylwia pasternak

  1. 1. POLISH FOLK INSTRUMENTS Sylwia Pasternak IIh Gimnazjum 16 Lublin, Poland
  2. 2. DIABOLIC FIDDLE – stringed instrument <ul><li>Diabolic fiddle are instrument string not so many (so much) , that i s played percussive. They consist from stick, planks dispatched (erased) on form of fiddle, tin box is fulfilled (performed) for which (who) fasten at shaking hard objects rattling and heads in peaked hat with (from) around traffic circle - mask the pieces of metal , on summit of (top of) stick. It is played floor on these fiddle stick type , then they rattle and they rattle. </li></ul>
  3. 3. ‘ ZLOBCOKI’ – stringed instrument <ul><li>Characteristic of Podhale, appeared up to the 19th century. Name z lo bcoki is establishing for furrowing the instrument of the around one block of wood, other are leading her out from lo b, that is cradles. They had the convex, oblong and narrow resonance corps carved with the neck of the around one block. They had 3 (later 4) strings. They were playing on them with bow about the arched shape. </li></ul>
  4. 4. ‘ MAZANKI’ – stringed instrument <ul><li>Mazanki - small three-string Old Polish musical instrument string with shape similar to the violin. In the folklore mazanki are used up till today in the Greater Poland and on the Earth Lubusz. It is instrument similar to the violin, sometimes furrowed from one part of wood (bottom part). The technique of the game similar to the violin, where in the distance of the fifth a fingerboard is being tied across strings in order to get swoite squeaky high sound. </li></ul>
  5. 5. ‘ TROMBITY’ – wind instrument <ul><li>P opular brass instrument in the shape of a straight pipe of up to 4 meters in length used as a shepherds horn issuing a deep, low sound. The name was probably derived from the Romanian language. Trembita varieties in Poland can be found today in the Beskid Mountains and Podhale . </li></ul>
  6. 6. REED MUSICAL – wind instrument <ul><li>R eed musical instrument of the popular group wind instruments lip, which is usually a wooden tube equipped with the labial opening and side openings 3-7 . </li></ul>
  7. 7. ‘ DUDY’ – wind instrument <ul><li>In Poland, depending on the region, are referred to as lamb, or goa t ‘gajdy’ . In common usage it is also the name of bagpipe was originally for a different instrument (see the bagpipe). Bagpipes are a popular folk instrument in Podhale, Beskid Zywiec, Silesia, Cieszyn Silesia and most of all Wielkopolsk a . </li></ul>
  8. 8. PASTORAL TRUMPET – wind instrument <ul><li>Pastoral trumpet - made from willow bark, which is spirally twisted. Performed her headdress (mouthpiece) from the bark of twigs of wicker, which is flattened and after the introduction of the air column appears monotonous sound. </li></ul>
  9. 9. ‘ SŁOMCOK’ – wind instrument <ul><li>'Słomcok' made with thick blades robust rye straw, which the elbow is cut obliquely which creates the so-called tuner. In addition to the tuner has six holes mills - the so-called przebierkę. The game of 'słomcok' requires a good musical ear. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Thank you for your views ;) <ul><li>Sources: </li></ul><ul><li>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 </li></ul><ul><li>http://images.google.pl/ </li></ul><ul><li>http://www.miasto.limanowa.pl/pl/5181/0/Instrumenty.html </li></ul><ul><li>http://wikipedia.pl/ </li></ul>

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