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Timo Wrote:
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> 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.




I will not over-post too many texts, but there:
[www.users.on.net]
is maybe the best article in the internet one can find - by Igor Tõnurist. (about Igor - [www.folklore.ee] ).

The best players in my opinion now in Estonia are Juhan Suits and Catlin Jaago (greetings!) and the best -makers Ants and Andrus Taul. I have also torupill's made by Ants - very good instruments!

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Lauri Õunapuu
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October 28, 2009 03:11PM
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European bagpipes.
Note that croatian section is superficial, so I doubt on thoroughness of other countries as well.

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October 28, 2009 07:56PM
Lauri Õunapuu

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also very good, little overview: [elf.org.ru]

and of course: [en.wikipedia.org]

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October 28, 2009 08:09PM
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alothough forgotten subject here is link of some traditional instruments and types of bagpipes

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Hungarians themselves have an interesting culture of torupill, called duda in Hungarian. I have some recordings from the Pista Bácsi from kétbodony . Currently some 94 year old Hungarian musician, he gave us a lecture of hungarian instruments with examples. I shall pass it to ERA once and for all.

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November 25, 2011 12:23AM
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