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Museums | In Lithuania | Search by Region | Kaunas | Povilas Stulga's Museum of Lithuanian Folk Instruments
Povilo Stulgos lietuvių tautinės muzikos instrumentų muziejus
Lietuvių liaudies pučiamieji instrumentai
Lithuanian folk music wind-instruments and their development
Styginiai lietuvių liaudies muzikos instrumetai
Lithuanian folk stringed-instruments
Lietuvių folkloro teatro ekspozicijos eksponatas
Exposition of “Lithuanian folk theatre”
Ekspozicijos „Bendratautiniai liaudies muzikos instrumentai“ fragmentas
International folk music instruments
Ekspzoicijos „Pasaulio tautų muzikos instrumentai“ fragmentas
Musical instruments of world nations
Muziejui priklauso XVI a. II p.statytas gotikinis miestiečio gyvenamas namas
 

Povilas Stulga's Museum of Lithuanian Folk Instruments

(Branch of the Kaunas City Museum )

Contacts
Address: L. Zamenhofo g. 12/Kurpių g. 12, LT-44287 Kaunas.
Tel. (+370 ~ 37) 42 22 95 (expositions, guided tours), 22 24 64.
E-mail: kaunomuzik.muz[at]gmail.com
Director – Virginija Golubavičienė.

Opening hours:
Tuesday - Friday 9–17, Saturday 9–16.

Admission:
adults – 6 Lt (1,74 €), pupils, students, seniors – 4 Lt (1,16 €).

Free entrance for: children under school age, children from foster home, children under social support, the disabled of Group I and Group II, museologists of Lithuanian republican museums, members of International Council of Museums.

Guided tours:
charge – 20–40 Lt (5,79–11,58 €).

Collection
The collection consists of the following:
Lithuanian national musical instruments;
International musical instruments used in Lithuania long since;
Musical instruments of world nations;
Musical records, books about music, placards, photos and letters.

Expositions

Lithuanian folk music wind-instruments and their development
Multi-pipe whistles, whistles, pipes, reed-pipes, trumpets and other ancient music instruments.

Lithuanian folk stringed-instruments
There is exhibited kanklės (Lithuanian folk music instrument with strings) and its’ variety, transformation to academic instrument.

Exposition of “Lithuanian folk theatre”
There is presented a first Lithuanian art association during Soviet Occupation. Associations’ creative work was based on original Lithuanian folk music.

International folk music instruments
There are exhibited instruments used in professional and folk music and have deep tradition in Lithuania.

Musical instruments of world nations
There is presented a collection of musical instruments from various countries.

Exhibitions
The Museum arranges exhibitions of national art, photography, folk art, domestic tools, musical instruments, traditional costumes and others.

Other news
The founder of the Museum is the Kaunas City Council.

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