return to homepage Webmasters !
Distributors !


Folk flute
from Central Europe

Fujara is typical folk flute originating in small area of middle Slovakia - Podpolanie region. old fujarists

Fujara in Slovak folk art

Fujara flute maintains its royal status among the folk musical instruments of Slovakia already for centuries. It is mostly ornamented by a "flower" scrimshaw, that represents the traditional folk ornamentation from the "Podpolanie" region.

The Podpolanie region is located in the center of Slovakia. Here can be found a great variety of music instruments: variety shepherds' flutes including the bass overtone flute Fujara played in solo, duet or quartet, several kinds of shepher pipes (koncovka, whistle) some peasant bagpipes, and a string ensemble which performs dance music or accompany the songs to order. All these genres and repertories show the long evolution of Slovakian folk music.


| about us| how to order| payment & shipment| trading terms|
| feedback| currency convertor| tell a friend|
return to homepage contact info, e-mail and more how to order, shipment, warranty and return policy read the opinions of others and share yours, highlights everything about fujara flute gallery of available instruments listen to available audio samples learn how to play the Fujara flute learn about fujara related events, invitations, and workshops