Duda

Duda Duda Day Sep 1986 in Chanter 1986 Autumn

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The Duda Sep 1986 in Chanter 1986 Autumn

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The Belarusian or Lithuanian Duda Jul 2016 in Chanter 2016 Summer

The Dudá belongs to the national cultural heritage of Belarus and it takes a notable place among the other bagpipes of Europe. Belarusian Dudar. Vilna region, 1905 It has a long history, which goes back in time to the period of Grand Duchy of Lithuania, Ruthenia and Samogitia. The territory of that former Eastern European state, along with its political situation, shaped the area where this musical instrument was spread.

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Duda, bagpipe from Hungary. Note the parallel drone on the chanter – like the French Boha. Made from African blackwood in 2010 by Istvanfi Balazs, Zebegeny, just north of Budapest.

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