double bass

photo: Waldemar Kielichowski © Institute of Music and Dance, Warsaw

The Jan Karpiel Bułecka Band from Zakopane; rec. All the World's Mazurkas, Warsaw 2014; IMIT
Local name: basy (basses)
Classification: 3 Chordophones / 32 Composite chordophones / 321 Lutes / 321.3 Handle lutes / 321.32 Necked lutes / 321.322 Necked box lutes or necked guitars / 321.322-71 Necked box lutes or necked guitars sounded by bowing with a bow
Maker: Pawlikowski Jan
Date: 1922
Village / Town: Małe Ciche
Region: Carpathian area (Podhale)
Country: Poland
Owner: Musical Instrument Museum, department of the National Museum in Poznań
Inventory number: MNP I 461
Measurements: 1350 x 477 x 95 mm
Materials: wood, metal, catgut, leather strap
Performance practice: a component of Podhale highlanders bands
Catalog card by: Janusz Jaskulski / Zbigniew J. Przerembski

Four types of melodies accompanying the krzesany dance; The Tomasz Skupień Band from Zakopane: Tomasz Skupień (b. 1955), violin, Tadeusz Gocał (b. 1961), violin, Wojciech Łukaszczyk-Hajduk (b. 1956), double bass; rec. Zakopane 1983; Sources of Polish Folk Music

In the Stillness of Night; The Band from Kośne Hamry: Tadeusz Szostak-Berda (1928-2006), violin, Jan Skupień-Salamuna (b. 1952), violin, Bronisław Skupień (b. 1959), double bass; rec. Kośne Hamry 1977; Sources of Polish Folk Music

Sabała Melodies; The Eugeniusz Wilczek Band from Bukowina Tatrzańska: Eugeniusz Wilczek (b. 1940), violin, Stanisław Pietras (b. 1962), violin, Stanisław Wojtyczka (b. 1962), violin, Andrzej Pietras (b. 1960), double bass; rec. Kazimierz 1985; Sources of Polish Folk Music

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