Koza

Name: Koza.
Type: Aerophones > Reeds > Bagpipes.
Hornbostel-Sachs No#: 422.112
Country: Poland, Ukraine.
Region: Eastern Europe.

Description: The koza is bagpipe of Poland and Ukraine. The kola found in the Ukraine where is also called duda [in Ukrainian: дуда] and the Tatra highlands of Poland where it is called dudy podhalanskie. The koza has a single reed. The koza differs from other Polish bagpipes in that it has two drones.

One in the separate straight drone-pipe and the other is the chanter. Having three channels, one without finger-holes. The second chanter with one finger hole and the third with five. An example of its tuning is Bb / C / D / Eb / F / G. The koziol a bagpipe found in western Wieslkopolskpa, Poland. It is similar to the dudy wielkopolskie, it is larger in size and its main playing chanter has eight finger holes providing a deeper and wider range [Bb / C / D /Eb / F / G / Ab and the drone in Eb [e flat].

Country: Bibliography: Jan Stęszewski, Stanley Sadie ~ New Grove Dictionary Of Musical Instruments, Vol. 2 Book G to O page 473 ; Websites:

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