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Website is created in close cooperation with Tbilisi State Museum of Georgian Folk Musical Instruments, Tbilisi State Museum of Applied Arts; Kutaisi State Ethnographic Museum, and also with art directors and craftsmen of Georgian Instruments

On web site - Khalkhuri Hangebi (National Tunes) - is represented the history of Georgian Folk instruments, their illustrations, general rules of their designing, methods of performance on them, folk melodies and songs. Also certain place is given to the Georgian national literature - as proverbs, poems, fables, aphorisms, sayings (in Georgian language) and other inserts. We think that the given work will bring the certain benefit to people interested in studying the Georgian national musical instruments. Pilili is used in Adjara. It accompanies dances and comic songs. During dances, the pilili is played with a doli, in comic songs_ with vocals. Main parts: the trunk (1) and mouthpiece (2). The trunk (1) is a pipe of 25-30cm in length. It has 5-7 keys. The mouthpiece (2) is a small pipe, the length of which depends on the sound needed. The trunk (1) is cut out of plum-tree and elder. Formerly, the mouthpieces were also made of elder, but today bamboo is used. The Pilili has a diatonic scale of one octave. -
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