Long flute-like Lithuanian folk musical wind instrument traditionally made by herdsmen from aspen or willow. From three to nine holes were made in the piece of wood for achieving different pitch levels. Musicians played lumzdelis separately or in an ensemble. It was used for playing various melodies, dance music (2–3 voices) along with other instruments, or such traditional Lithuanian folk songs as raliavimai, tirliavimai and sutartinės.


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