Reedpipe making workshop in the Estonian Traditional Music Centre in Viljandi

A reedpipe is a clarinet-type wind instrument made of reed, wood, and a straw or goose feathers. It is easy to make.
The instrument is played by blowing the upper end of the reed. An elongated narrow tongue is cut into the reed which makes a sound when it is blown into. There are 4–6 finger holes at the bottom of the instrument.

The workshop is suitable for adults and young people from the age of 12.
The final price depends on the size of the group.

A reedpipe is a clarinet-type wind instrument made of reed, wood, and a straw or goose feathers. It is easy to make.
The instrument is played by blowing the upper end of the reed. An elongated narrow tongue is cut into the reed w

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