For those, who don't know what is "Magyarorszag" - we call it "Ungari" here.
And because OP was a bit shy, I'll pass his question to Lauri:
DO YOU HAVE ANY KNOWLEDGE OF EESTI TORUPIL?
I can say only:
- Very scarce, but you SHOULD put some examples to our English forum and ask Lauri. He is quite an expert of "torupill". It means a "pipe instrument" in modern Estonian, but may be more likely derived of the name of our thunder deity Tooru, (who has counterparts both in Scandinavia - Thor; and Siberia - Toorum) The meaning of the word "toru" is probably originated from it's pipes.