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Homesteads Hutor Dudara is located in the village Tishkovschina of Volozhin district Minsk region, on the banks of the picturesque River Yaroshka surrounded by pine forests.
Homesteads occupies a building built in 1924, which houses the museum of ancient musical instruments and puppetry «Batleika».
Museum of folk musical instruments created by the owner of the farm, the famous graphic artist, folk musician Alexander Vladimirovich Los', who was behind the revival of the Belarusian duda, korbovoy lyre and other instruments, which during the Soviet unification and unconsciousness almost completely gone into oblivion. Here you see a collection of antique musical instruments: duda, flutes, cymbals, lyres, harmonica, accordion, violin, learn the history of the origin of musical instruments, as well as enjoy their unusual sound, feel ethnomusic impact on the consciousness and mood.
For guests offers lectures on the history of musical instruments, concerts of ancient Belarusian music, master classes on straw, paper-making by hand, vytinanke, production of folk instruments and violin lessons, dude, tambourine, basetle, dulcimer in traditional folk style. Here are trained ancient folk dances and ritual actions. In addition you will teach the basics of forging metal with old technology, сres forging, hardening, production of fire by casting kresiva and small forms of copper.
For lovers of outdoor recreation on the territory of the homestead there are specially equipped covered canopy for 50 people with benches and tables, fireplace with wood burning barbecue and travel. The organization of the tent camp. For those who prefer to spend time actively, offers an unforgettable kayaking, and canoeing on the rivers Yarshovke and Isloch. And after a hard day, you can take a steam in the traditional wooden bath which was built in 1924.
By visiting the Homesteads Hutor Dudara By visiting the farm "Dudar" you will relax the soul, enjoying the music of ancient Belarusian ethnographic tools. History and unique features of traditional Belarusian musical instruments that come alive in the hands of the Master, will not leave you indifferent.reveal all text