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kantele plans | Gusli, lyre, kantele

kantele plans | Gusli, lyre, kantele

The instrument Kantele

The instrument Kantele

Eva Alkula, kantele player | A kantele or kannel is a traditional plucked string instrument of the zither family native to Finland, Estonia, and Karelia. It is related to the Russian gusli the Latvian kokle and the Lithuanian kankles. Together these instruments make up the family known as Baltic psalteries. The oldest forms of kantele have 5 or 6 horsehair strings and a wooden body carved from one piece. From melodiasoitin.co.uk

Eva Alkula, kantele player | A kantele or kannel is a traditional plucked string instrument of the zither family native to Finland, Estonia, and Karelia. It is related to the Russian gusli the Latvian kokle and the Lithuanian kankles. Together these instruments make up the family known as Baltic psalteries. The oldest forms of kantele have 5 or 6 horsehair strings and a wooden body carved from one piece. From melodiasoitin.co.uk

▶ ***Singing a Kalevala runo in Finnish [Ensiferum]*** - YouTube

▶ ***Singing a Kalevala runo in Finnish [Ensiferum]*** - YouTube

Eino Tulikari "Kantelemarssi" - Kantele

Eino Tulikari "Kantelemarssi" - Kantele

kalevala hymn, 38str kantele - Finland

kalevala hymn, 38str kantele - Finland

Kilpalaulanta (Song Challenge)  Kalevala poems are very ancient and archaic, and thanks to the conservative nature of the Finnic language they have preserved through times unspoiled and intelligible, and some of them are well over 2000 years old.

Kilpalaulanta (Song Challenge) Kalevala poems are very ancient and archaic, and thanks to the conservative nature of the Finnic language they have preserved through times unspoiled and intelligible, and some of them are well over 2000 years old.

The composer Feodor Pratsu plays the jouhikko in Koirinoja, Karelia, 1916. Photo by A. O. Väisänen. The jouhikko is a traditional Finnish and Karelian music instrument,

The composer Feodor Pratsu plays the jouhikko in Koirinoja, Karelia, 1916. Photo by A. O. Väisänen. The jouhikko is a traditional Finnish and Karelian music instrument,

Bagpipe from Finland: The pilai is a type of Finnish bagpipe, described as "primitive", and as being similar to the Russian volynka.

Bagpipe from Finland: The pilai is a type of Finnish bagpipe, described as "primitive", and as being similar to the Russian volynka.

JOUHIKKO The jouhikko is a traditional, 2 or 3 stringed bowed lyre, from Finland and Karelia. Its strings are traditionally of horsehair. The playing of this instrument died out in the early 20th century but has been revived and there are now a number of musicians playing it.

JOUHIKKO The jouhikko is a traditional, 2 or 3 stringed bowed lyre, from Finland and Karelia. Its strings are traditionally of horsehair. The playing of this instrument died out in the early 20th century but has been revived and there are now a number of musicians playing it.

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