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"Fujara" manufacturing

"Fujara" manufacturing

Wooden folk musical instrument ´´Fujara´´

The oldest reports of fujara are probably already from the 10th century by the Arab writers Roste and Kardis. The roots of the fujara need to be further explored in the process of creating families of woodwind instruments at the end of the 15th and early 16th centuries. In the process of transforming from an angular form to today's, its particular creator is not known. Currently it is very famous in Slovenská Ľupča, in Central Slovakia. However, several sources state that Podpoľanie, Northern part of mountain area, is its home.

"Fujara" is a very large tonal bass flute with 3 holes at the bottom. It has unique musical and acoustic elements. Its tube generally has a length of 160 to 200 cm and is complemented by a shorter tube with a length of 40-80 cm, which serves as a channel that directs the air flow to the edge of its own bass flute. In the past, the fujara was a tool of shepherds, and its sound was to calm down the sheep to graze better.

  Country:  Slovakia


"Fujara" manufacturing

"Fujara" manufacturing

Wooden folk musical instrument ´´Fujara´´

The oldest reports of fujara are probably already from the 10th century by the Arab writers Roste and Kardis. The roots of the fujara need to be further explored in the process of creating families of woodwind instruments at the end of the 15th and early 16th centuries. In the process of transforming from an angular form to today's, its particular creator is not known. Currently it is very famous in Slovenská Ľupča, in Central Slovakia. However, several sources state that Podpoľanie, Northern part of mountain area, is its home.

"Fujara" is a very large tonal bass flute with 3 holes at the bottom. It has unique musical and acoustic elements. Its tube generally has a length of 160 to 200 cm and is complemented by a shorter tube with a length of 40-80 cm, which serves as a channel that directs the air flow to the edge of its own bass flute. In the past, the fujara was a tool of shepherds, and its sound was to calm down the sheep to graze better.

  Country:  Slovakia


"Fujara" manufacturing

"Fujara" manufacturing

Wooden folk musical instrument ´´Fujara´´

The oldest reports of fujara are probably already from the 10th century by the Arab writers Roste and Kardis. The roots of the fujara need to be further explored in the process of creating families of woodwind instruments at the end of the 15th and early 16th centuries. In the process of transforming from an angular form to today's, its particular creator is not known. Currently it is very famous in Slovenská Ľupča, in Central Slovakia. However, several sources state that Podpoľanie, Northern part of mountain area, is its home.

"Fujara" is a very large tonal bass flute with 3 holes at the bottom. It has unique musical and acoustic elements. Its tube generally has a length of 160 to 200 cm and is complemented by a shorter tube with a length of 40-80 cm, which serves as a channel that directs the air flow to the edge of its own bass flute. In the past, the fujara was a tool of shepherds, and its sound was to calm down the sheep to graze better.

  Country:  Slovakia


"Fujara" manufacturing

"Fujara" manufacturing

Wooden folk musical instrument ´´Fujara´´

The oldest reports of fujara are probably already from the 10th century by the Arab writers Roste and Kardis. The roots of the fujara need to be further explored in the process of creating families of woodwind instruments at the end of the 15th and early 16th centuries. In the process of transforming from an angular form to today's, its particular creator is not known. Currently it is very famous in Slovenská Ľupča, in Central Slovakia. However, several sources state that Podpoľanie, Northern part of mountain area, is its home.

"Fujara" is a very large tonal bass flute with 3 holes at the bottom. It has unique musical and acoustic elements. Its tube generally has a length of 160 to 200 cm and is complemented by a shorter tube with a length of 40-80 cm, which serves as a channel that directs the air flow to the edge of its own bass flute. In the past, the fujara was a tool of shepherds, and its sound was to calm down the sheep to graze better.

  Country:  Slovakia


"Fujara" manufacturing

"Fujara" manufacturing

Wooden folk musical instrument ´´Fujara´´

The oldest reports of fujara are probably already from the 10th century by the Arab writers Roste and Kardis. The roots of the fujara need to be further explored in the process of creating families of woodwind instruments at the end of the 15th and early 16th centuries. In the process of transforming from an angular form to today's, its particular creator is not known. Currently it is very famous in Slovenská Ľupča, in Central Slovakia. However, several sources state that Podpoľanie, Northern part of mountain area, is its home.

"Fujara" is a very large tonal bass flute with 3 holes at the bottom. It has unique musical and acoustic elements. Its tube generally has a length of 160 to 200 cm and is complemented by a shorter tube with a length of 40-80 cm, which serves as a channel that directs the air flow to the edge of its own bass flute. In the past, the fujara was a tool of shepherds, and its sound was to calm down the sheep to graze better.

  Country:  Slovakia


"Fujara" manufacturing

"Fujara" manufacturing

Wooden folk musical instrument ´´Fujara´´

The oldest reports of fujara are probably already from the 10th century by the Arab writers Roste and Kardis. The roots of the fujara need to be further explored in the process of creating families of woodwind instruments at the end of the 15th and early 16th centuries. In the process of transforming from an angular form to today's, its particular creator is not known. Currently it is very famous in Slovenská Ľupča, in Central Slovakia. However, several sources state that Podpoľanie, Northern part of mountain area, is its home.

"Fujara" is a very large tonal bass flute with 3 holes at the bottom. It has unique musical and acoustic elements. Its tube generally has a length of 160 to 200 cm and is complemented by a shorter tube with a length of 40-80 cm, which serves as a channel that directs the air flow to the edge of its own bass flute. In the past, the fujara was a tool of shepherds, and its sound was to calm down the sheep to graze better.

  Country:  Slovakia


A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

Chordophone called Zlobcoki is an old,  folk instrument. Zlobcoki belong to a group of instruments called chordophones. Chordophones are one of the oldest musical instruments. Chordophone are divided into  pulled chordophones, hammerhead chordophones and string chordophones. Instruments in which the sound source is one or more strings tensioned between two specified points.

Zlobcoki is an instrument with a very resonant sound, used in Carpathian Area (Podhale) before the spread of the violin; currently resumed in the folklore movement. Zlobcoki are hand made from wood and metal.
The films describes the history of described instruments - Zlobcoki, and gives the opportunity to listen to their sound in traditional folk music from the region of its origin – Carpathian Area (Podhale) in Poland.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzwbvt1hzYE

The films describes and shows  the technique used to make the traditional instrument - Zlobcoki,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ij-xOMAdgk

  Country:  Poland


A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

Chordophone called Zlobcoki is an old,  folk instrument. Zlobcoki belong to a group of instruments called chordophones. Chordophones are one of the oldest musical instruments. Chordophone are divided into  pulled chordophones, hammerhead chordophones and string chordophones. Instruments in which the sound source is one or more strings tensioned between two specified points.

Zlobcoki is an instrument with a very resonant sound, used in Carpathian Area (Podhale) before the spread of the violin; currently resumed in the folklore movement. Zlobcoki are hand made from wood and metal.
The films describes the history of described instruments - Zlobcoki, and gives the opportunity to listen to their sound in traditional folk music from the region of its origin – Carpathian Area (Podhale) in Poland.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzwbvt1hzYE

The films describes and shows  the technique used to make the traditional instrument - Zlobcoki,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ij-xOMAdgk

  Country:  Poland


A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

Chordophone called Zlobcoki is an old,  folk instrument. Zlobcoki belong to a group of instruments called chordophones. Chordophones are one of the oldest musical instruments. Chordophone are divided into  pulled chordophones, hammerhead chordophones and string chordophones. Instruments in which the sound source is one or more strings tensioned between two specified points.

Zlobcoki is an instrument with a very resonant sound, used in Carpathian Area (Podhale) before the spread of the violin; currently resumed in the folklore movement. Zlobcoki are hand made from wood and metal.
The films describes the history of described instruments - Zlobcoki, and gives the opportunity to listen to their sound in traditional folk music from the region of its origin – Carpathian Area (Podhale) in Poland.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzwbvt1hzYE

The films describes and shows  the technique used to make the traditional instrument - Zlobcoki,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ij-xOMAdgk

  Country:  Poland


A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

Chordophone called Zlobcoki is an old,  folk instrument. Zlobcoki belong to a group of instruments called chordophones. Chordophones are one of the oldest musical instruments. Chordophone are divided into  pulled chordophones, hammerhead chordophones and string chordophones. Instruments in which the sound source is one or more strings tensioned between two specified points.

Zlobcoki is an instrument with a very resonant sound, used in Carpathian Area (Podhale) before the spread of the violin; currently resumed in the folklore movement. Zlobcoki are hand made from wood and metal.
The films describes the history of described instruments - Zlobcoki, and gives the opportunity to listen to their sound in traditional folk music from the region of its origin – Carpathian Area (Podhale) in Poland.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzwbvt1hzYE

The films describes and shows  the technique used to make the traditional instrument - Zlobcoki,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ij-xOMAdgk

  Country:  Poland


A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

Chordophone called Zlobcoki is an old,  folk instrument. Zlobcoki belong to a group of instruments called chordophones. Chordophones are one of the oldest musical instruments. Chordophone are divided into  pulled chordophones, hammerhead chordophones and string chordophones. Instruments in which the sound source is one or more strings tensioned between two specified points.

Zlobcoki is an instrument with a very resonant sound, used in Carpathian Area (Podhale) before the spread of the violin; currently resumed in the folklore movement. Zlobcoki are hand made from wood and metal.
The films describes the history of described instruments - Zlobcoki, and gives the opportunity to listen to their sound in traditional folk music from the region of its origin – Carpathian Area (Podhale) in Poland.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzwbvt1hzYE

The films describes and shows  the technique used to make the traditional instrument - Zlobcoki,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ij-xOMAdgk

  Country:  Poland


A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

A Folk instrument - Zlobcoki

Chordophone called Zlobcoki is an old,  folk instrument. Zlobcoki belong to a group of instruments called chordophones. Chordophones are one of the oldest musical instruments. Chordophone are divided into  pulled chordophones, hammerhead chordophones and string chordophones. Instruments in which the sound source is one or more strings tensioned between two specified points.

Zlobcoki is an instrument with a very resonant sound, used in Carpathian Area (Podhale) before the spread of the violin; currently resumed in the folklore movement. Zlobcoki are hand made from wood and metal.
The films describes the history of described instruments - Zlobcoki, and gives the opportunity to listen to their sound in traditional folk music from the region of its origin – Carpathian Area (Podhale) in Poland.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wzwbvt1hzYE

The films describes and shows  the technique used to make the traditional instrument - Zlobcoki,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ij-xOMAdgk

  Country:  Poland


A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

Bagpipe called Dudy in Polish, is a woodwind musical instrument from the group of reed aerophones. They form a traditional band preserved to our times in the south-western part of Wielkopolska Area in Poland.

Materials: wood, leather, corner, metal, fabric

The film describes and demonstrates the instrument as well as the technique of making the instrument - Podhale Bagpipe . Thanks to the recording, you can also listen to their sound performed by folk artists.

  Country:  Poland, Podhale, Beskid Zywiecki, Silesian Area, Cieszyn Silesia and, above all, Wielkopolska Area


A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

Bagpipe called Dudy in Polish, is a woodwind musical instrument from the group of reed aerophones. They form a traditional band preserved to our times in the south-western part of Wielkopolska Area in Poland.

Materials: wood, leather, corner, metal, fabric

The film describes and demonstrates the instrument as well as the technique of making the instrument - Podhale Bagpipe . Thanks to the recording, you can also listen to their sound performed by folk artists.

  Country:  Poland, Podhale, Beskid Zywiecki, Silesian Area, Cieszyn Silesia and, above all, Wielkopolska Area


A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

Bagpipe called Dudy in Polish, is a woodwind musical instrument from the group of reed aerophones. They form a traditional band preserved to our times in the south-western part of Wielkopolska Area in Poland.

Materials: wood, leather, corner, metal, fabric

The film describes and demonstrates the instrument as well as the technique of making the instrument - Podhale Bagpipe . Thanks to the recording, you can also listen to their sound performed by folk artists.

  Country:  Poland, Podhale, Beskid Zywiecki, Silesian Area, Cieszyn Silesia and, above all, Wielkopolska Area


A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

Bagpipe called Dudy in Polish, is a woodwind musical instrument from the group of reed aerophones. They form a traditional band preserved to our times in the south-western part of Wielkopolska Area in Poland.

Materials: wood, leather, corner, metal, fabric

The film describes and demonstrates the instrument as well as the technique of making the instrument - Podhale Bagpipe . Thanks to the recording, you can also listen to their sound performed by folk artists.

  Country:  Poland, Podhale, Beskid Zywiecki, Silesian Area, Cieszyn Silesia and, above all, Wielkopolska Area


A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

Bagpipe called Dudy in Polish, is a woodwind musical instrument from the group of reed aerophones. They form a traditional band preserved to our times in the south-western part of Wielkopolska Area in Poland.

Materials: wood, leather, corner, metal, fabric

The film describes and demonstrates the instrument as well as the technique of making the instrument - Podhale Bagpipe . Thanks to the recording, you can also listen to their sound performed by folk artists.

  Country:  Poland, Podhale, Beskid Zywiecki, Silesian Area, Cieszyn Silesia and, above all, Wielkopolska Area


A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

A folk instrument from Poland - Bagpipe

Bagpipe called Dudy in Polish, is a woodwind musical instrument from the group of reed aerophones. They form a traditional band preserved to our times in the south-western part of Wielkopolska Area in Poland.

Materials: wood, leather, corner, metal, fabric

The film describes and demonstrates the instrument as well as the technique of making the instrument - Podhale Bagpipe . Thanks to the recording, you can also listen to their sound performed by folk artists.

  Country:  Poland, Podhale, Beskid Zywiecki, Silesian Area, Cieszyn Silesia and, above all, Wielkopolska Area


Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

- The item represented is a pair of castanets. 
- There is a typical technique in creating traditional Spanish Castanets.
- Main material used is wood, and in particular hardwood from chestnut.
- The geographical area of this craft item is actually the whole Spain. 

This short video shows an example of castanets creation. 

  Country:  Spain


Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

- The item represented is a pair of castanets. 
- There is a typical technique in creating traditional Spanish Castanets.
- Main material used is wood, and in particular hardwood from chestnut.
- The geographical area of this craft item is actually the whole Spain. 

This short video shows an example of castanets creation. 

  Country:  Spain


Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

- The item represented is a pair of castanets. 
- There is a typical technique in creating traditional Spanish Castanets.
- Main material used is wood, and in particular hardwood from chestnut.
- The geographical area of this craft item is actually the whole Spain. 

This short video shows an example of castanets creation. 

  Country:  Spain


Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

- The item represented is a pair of castanets. 
- There is a typical technique in creating traditional Spanish Castanets.
- Main material used is wood, and in particular hardwood from chestnut.
- The geographical area of this craft item is actually the whole Spain. 

This short video shows an example of castanets creation. 

  Country:  Spain


Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

- The item represented is a pair of castanets. 
- There is a typical technique in creating traditional Spanish Castanets.
- Main material used is wood, and in particular hardwood from chestnut.
- The geographical area of this craft item is actually the whole Spain. 

This short video shows an example of castanets creation. 

  Country:  Spain


Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

Castanets technique - Spanish Castanets

- The item represented is a pair of castanets. 
- There is a typical technique in creating traditional Spanish Castanets.
- Main material used is wood, and in particular hardwood from chestnut.
- The geographical area of this craft item is actually the whole Spain. 

This short video shows an example of castanets creation. 

  Country:  Spain


Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

At a young age he left for Paris to play guitar. Carlos González made his living playing on the metro, until his passion for classical music lead to him wanting a lute. As he didn’t have much money, he signed up for a studio and created his own instrument. This move changed his life and his career as a guitar player was cast aside.

In the nineties he settled in Almeria and since then, he has sold his instruments from this part of Andalusia to the world. If he doesn’t know the instrument, he studies it, makes plans and then builds it.

A hard task driven by his passion: transforming a piece of wood until he discovers its musical soul. His most prestigious recognition, the Card of Master Craftsman from the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Order of Gentlemen of Arts and Culture from the Ministry of French Culture.

  Country:  Spain/Andalusia/Almería


Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

At a young age he left for Paris to play guitar. Carlos González made his living playing on the metro, until his passion for classical music lead to him wanting a lute. As he didn’t have much money, he signed up for a studio and created his own instrument. This move changed his life and his career as a guitar player was cast aside.

In the nineties he settled in Almeria and since then, he has sold his instruments from this part of Andalusia to the world. If he doesn’t know the instrument, he studies it, makes plans and then builds it.

A hard task driven by his passion: transforming a piece of wood until he discovers its musical soul. His most prestigious recognition, the Card of Master Craftsman from the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Order of Gentlemen of Arts and Culture from the Ministry of French Culture.

  Country:  Spain/Andalusia/Almería


Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

At a young age he left for Paris to play guitar. Carlos González made his living playing on the metro, until his passion for classical music lead to him wanting a lute. As he didn’t have much money, he signed up for a studio and created his own instrument. This move changed his life and his career as a guitar player was cast aside.

In the nineties he settled in Almeria and since then, he has sold his instruments from this part of Andalusia to the world. If he doesn’t know the instrument, he studies it, makes plans and then builds it.

A hard task driven by his passion: transforming a piece of wood until he discovers its musical soul. His most prestigious recognition, the Card of Master Craftsman from the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Order of Gentlemen of Arts and Culture from the Ministry of French Culture.

  Country:  Spain/Andalusia/Almería


Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

At a young age he left for Paris to play guitar. Carlos González made his living playing on the metro, until his passion for classical music lead to him wanting a lute. As he didn’t have much money, he signed up for a studio and created his own instrument. This move changed his life and his career as a guitar player was cast aside.

In the nineties he settled in Almeria and since then, he has sold his instruments from this part of Andalusia to the world. If he doesn’t know the instrument, he studies it, makes plans and then builds it.

A hard task driven by his passion: transforming a piece of wood until he discovers its musical soul. His most prestigious recognition, the Card of Master Craftsman from the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Order of Gentlemen of Arts and Culture from the Ministry of French Culture.

  Country:  Spain/Andalusia/Almería


Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

At a young age he left for Paris to play guitar. Carlos González made his living playing on the metro, until his passion for classical music lead to him wanting a lute. As he didn’t have much money, he signed up for a studio and created his own instrument. This move changed his life and his career as a guitar player was cast aside.

In the nineties he settled in Almeria and since then, he has sold his instruments from this part of Andalusia to the world. If he doesn’t know the instrument, he studies it, makes plans and then builds it.

A hard task driven by his passion: transforming a piece of wood until he discovers its musical soul. His most prestigious recognition, the Card of Master Craftsman from the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Order of Gentlemen of Arts and Culture from the Ministry of French Culture.

  Country:  Spain/Andalusia/Almería


Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

At a young age he left for Paris to play guitar. Carlos González made his living playing on the metro, until his passion for classical music lead to him wanting a lute. As he didn’t have much money, he signed up for a studio and created his own instrument. This move changed his life and his career as a guitar player was cast aside.

In the nineties he settled in Almeria and since then, he has sold his instruments from this part of Andalusia to the world. If he doesn’t know the instrument, he studies it, makes plans and then builds it.

A hard task driven by his passion: transforming a piece of wood until he discovers its musical soul. His most prestigious recognition, the Card of Master Craftsman from the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Order of Gentlemen of Arts and Culture from the Ministry of French Culture.

  Country:  Spain/Andalusia/Almería


Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

Crafting fine wood to discover its musical soul

At a young age he left for Paris to play guitar. Carlos González made his living playing on the metro, until his passion for classical music lead to him wanting a lute. As he didn’t have much money, he signed up for a studio and created his own instrument. This move changed his life and his career as a guitar player was cast aside.

In the nineties he settled in Almeria and since then, he has sold his instruments from this part of Andalusia to the world. If he doesn’t know the instrument, he studies it, makes plans and then builds it.

A hard task driven by his passion: transforming a piece of wood until he discovers its musical soul. His most prestigious recognition, the Card of Master Craftsman from the Regional Government of Andalusia and the Order of Gentlemen of Arts and Culture from the Ministry of French Culture.

  Country:  Spain/Andalusia/Almería


Elaboración de la "fujara"

Elaboración de la "fujara"

La fujara es un instrumento musical agudo popular de madera.
 Los datos más antiguos de la fujara indican que probablemente ya existía en el siglo X según los escritores árabes Roste y Kardis. Las raíces de los fujara deben ser exploradas como el proceso creativo en la familia de instrumentos de viento madera, de finales del siglo XV y principios del XVI. Se desconoce la autoría original de la persona o comunidad que transformó su forma angular inicial a la de hoy. Actualmente es muy famosa en la Eslovaquia profunda y en Eslovaquia central.
Sin embargo, varias fuentes afirman que la zona montañosa del norte del país es la cuna de este instrumento. Tiene elementos musicales y acústicos únicos. Su tubo generalmente tiene una longitud de 160 a 200 cm y se complementa con un tubo más corto con una longitud de 40-80 cm, que sirve como un canal que dirige el flujo de aire al borde de su propio bajo flauta. En el pasado, el fujara era una herramienta de pastores, y su sonido tenía como objetivo calmar a las ovejas para que pastasen mejor.

  Country:  Eslovaquia


Fazioli promo: dentro un sogno

Fazioli promo: dentro un sogno

Il video mostra l'abilità degli artigiani del pianoforte della fabbrica Fazioli, in Veneto, Italia. 

Ogni pianoforte viene creato a mano e richiede più di 30 mesi di lavoro per essere completato. Viene mostrato l'intero processo di creazione, dall'assemblamento delle diverse parti fino alla fase finale di pittura e lucidatura del legno. 


  Country:  Veneto, Italy


Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

This video shows the ability of the piano artisans by the Fazioli Industry, based in Veneto, Italy. Every piano is handmade and require more than 30 months of work to be completed. The video shows the entire process of work, from the assembly of different pieces to the final step of painting and polishing the wood.


  Country:  Veneto, Italy


Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

This video shows the ability of the piano artisans by the Fazioli Industry, based in Veneto, Italy. Every piano is handmade and require more than 30 months of work to be completed. The video shows the entire process of work, from the assembly of different pieces to the final step of painting and polishing the wood.


  Country:  Veneto, Italy


Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

This video shows the ability of the piano artisans by the Fazioli Industry, based in Veneto, Italy. Every piano is handmade and require more than 30 months of work to be completed. The video shows the entire process of work, from the assembly of different pieces to the final step of painting and polishing the wood.


  Country:  Veneto, Italy


Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

This video shows the ability of the piano artisans by the Fazioli Industry, based in Veneto, Italy. Every piano is handmade and require more than 30 months of work to be completed. The video shows the entire process of work, from the assembly of different pieces to the final step of painting and polishing the wood.


  Country:  Veneto, Italy


Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream

This video shows the ability of the piano artisans by the Fazioli Industry, based in Veneto, Italy. Every piano is handmade and require more than 30 months of work to be completed. The video shows the entire process of work, from the assembly of different pieces to the final step of painting and polishing the wood.


  Country:  Veneto, Italy


Fazioli promo: Inside a Dream